Food Truck Market Coming to Whitman Mall

Walt Whitman Shops will begin hosting a food truck market, featuring foods ranging from jerk chicken to ice cream, zeppoles and funnel cakes.   The event will run for six weeks, Thursdays through Sundays.   “We decided the best method to keep all of our Read More …

Cafe to Debut With Menu Focusing on Healthful Food Choices

A new cafe, this one featuring a mostly vegetarian menu, is getting ready to debut in Huntington Village.   Roots Juice Bar and Cafe, at 392 New York Ave., is owned by Seth Sloan, who said he saw a need in the village for healthy Read More …

Crave Cafe and Bakery Ready to Open on Main Street

A former shoe store at the corner if Main Street and New York Avenue in Huntington is transforming into a coffee shop/bakery and expected to open soon. Crave Cafe and Bakery is owned by Scott Grodsky, who also owns the building, and Peter Raimondi. Grodsky Read More …

Cuomo Signs Law Likely to Ensure Good Humor

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo  signed legislation (S7013/A8732) Monday authorizing the manufacture and sale of ice cream and other frozen desserts made with liquor. The legislation is designed to help New York’s dairy farmers, liquor and craft beverage producers, dairy processors and manufacturers, food retailers and Read More …

Jamaican Restaurant Brings Spice to Huntington Village

A new restaurant has arrived in Huntington Village, one offering the flavorful mix of foods from the Caribbean. Rasta Shack Island Spices opened recently at 46 Gerard St, Huntington, with a range of Jamaican and other Caribbean favorites, from jerk chicken, sausages, rice, stewed cabbage, Read More …

Coronavirus Update: Donation to Hospital; Summer Food Programs

As some school lunch programs come to an end for the summer, other options are available to those in need. The Huntington school district has posted the following list of food banks and pantries and their schedules. In addition, our calendar shows places, times and Read More …

Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar Won’t Reopen

The Zinburger restaurant at the Walt Whitman Shops will not reopen, citing losses brought about by the Covid-19 shutdown. The chain announced Friday that it has permanently closed 15 of its 18 restaurants. The three exceptions are in New Jersey.  “Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has Read More …