The pumpkin traffic is ripe along the North Fork, with Routes 25 and 48 in full-fall mode. Pick your pumpkin, maybe a gourd or two, and a trunkload of vegetables and pies. Either before or after the adventure, try one of these spots for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Erik’s in Southold is a very casual breakfast and lunch spot. Order at the counter and take a seat on the deck. On weekends, Erik’s is open 6:30 to 11 a.m. for breakfast, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lunch.
The long-awaited reopening of Matteo’s Trattoria & Bar in Huntington is slated for Friday. It marks a major renovation, approaching a teardown, of the original restaurant building, and significant changes to the menu at the Jericho Turnpike mainstay. Work on the new Matteo’s went on for more than three years. It now seats 140 in the dining room, 20 at the bar, and has outdoor seating for 40-plus customers.
Stresa, a four-star Italian-continental restaurant and a Manhasset landmark since 1992, has been sold. The new owner is from Arturo’s, a fixture in the Bellerose-Floral Park community for more than six decades. Arturo’s is expected to close on the property in January. Giorgio Meriggi, who presides over Stresa, said that he’ll be retiring from the restaurant business and plans to spend more time with his family. “I come here seven days a week,” Meriggi said from his restaurant.
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Selecting a term
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