Vinoteka 46 Closing Down

The owner of Vinoteka 46 in Huntington Village is closing the restaurant down.

Formerly known as Konoba, the restaurant at 46G Gerard St. renamed itself and changed its menu to focus on small plates when it reopened after a two-week makeover last summer.  Konoba opened in 2019.

Vinoteka will be succeeded by a breakfast/lunch place run by Lou Aloe.

Owner Daniel Pedisich wrote on Facebook,I would like to thank everyone for their support in Huntington since 2012 across Bin 56 Wine Bar, Konoba Huntington, and Vinoteka 46. I have decided that it is time to move on from operating a restaurant in Huntington Village full time to pursue other opportunities. I still look forward to seeing you at The Olive Room (@theoliveroommp) in Port Washington, as well as at future projects I have in the works that will be announced at a later date. If you need to reach me for any reason, feel free to e-mail [email protected].

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