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People are fond of saying that the fish is so fresh at Neraki that, if given the chance, they’ll talk back to you. There’s good reason for that.
Every morning, Neraki owner Alex Moschos buys his fish, produce and meats from small, local sources, to ensure that only the best fare ends up on his customers’ plates in Huntington.
Brunch at Prime is just like anything the Bohlsen brothers do at their array of dazzling restaurants. Regardless of the hour, the experience – from atmosphere to service and, most of all, cuisine – is first-class.
Sometimes, beautiful things emerge from wreckage. One of those things is Huntington village’s Red restaurant.
Nino Antuzzi’s New American, organic-fixated restaurant, which opened in November 2000, abruptly closed almost a year ago after a devastating fire next door at 425 New York Ave. caused smoke and water damaged to the restaurant.
But Antuzzi took it in stride; it was an opportunity to push renovation plans along.
Over 1,000 miles from Huntington exists a land where alligators are food, grits are a common side dish and shrimp come with heads still attached. The inspiration for Huntington’s Storyville American Table, this distant land is New Orleans, Louisiana.
Co-owners TC (Tom Curry) and Brian Finn opened Storyville American Table in May 2013, taking over the kitchen and dining room from Finley's, opening the New Orleans-themed restaurant that the pair had been wanting to open for two decades.