Cuomo to Lift Restaurant, Bar Curfew Times

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo  said Wednesday that the 12 a.m. food and beverage service curfew will be lifted for outdoor dining areas as of May 17 and for indoor dining areas  May 31. He also said that the 1 a.m. curfew for catered events where Read More …

Legislature Ready to End Restaurant Food-Drink Rule

At least one restaurant owner in Huntington is celebrating what is expected to be the end of a Covid-19 rule that required patrons to buy food if they wanted a drink. The rule, imposed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo last summer, was meant to limit Read More …

Huntington Hospital Meals Program Restarts

The team that organized hundreds of meals for Huntington Hospital workers this spring as the Covid-19 epidemic  overloaded the hospital announced Friday night that the program has restarted. “This is the official bat signal,” the group said on its Facebook page. Donations have already begun Read More …

2020: A Ray of Hope in Epidemic’s Dark, Early Days

It could have been so easy. Select a phone app, order a few pizzas for the staff at Huntington Hospital and be done with it.  But no. Theresa Sullivan went the harder route, aided by hundreds of other residents eager to help those confronting the Read More …

Clubhouse Restaurant Listed for $1.3 Million

The Clubhouse steakhouse  at 320 West Jericho Turnpike, Huntington Station is listed  for sale at $1.3 million. The property, built in 1962, the listing is offered as a sale/leaseback. The restaurant has 1,947 square feet; 50 feet of the property, with a newly paved parking Read More …

Indoor Dining at NYC Restaurants to Shut Down Monday

Update: Indoor dining at New York City restaurants will close Monday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Friday, citing the rise in Covid-19 cases. Restaurants can continue takeout and curbside delivery and outdoor service can continue,. In recent weeks, Cuomo has blamed the surge in cases Read More …

Restaurants Could Face New Covid-19 Limitations, Cuomo Says

 Restaurants could face more restrictions if the Covid-19 hospitalization rate isn’t stabilized or reduced, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Monday. “If after 5 days a region’s hospital rate has not stabilized, indoor dining will close or be reduced. In New York City, indoor dining Read More …