Feed Me TV Newsday’s Pervaiz Shallwani brings you the scoop on Long Island’s dining scene
Who actually catches the local catch? We motor the Long Island Sound to pull up porgy, sea bass and fluke, then follow the catch back to the Southold Fish Market before it’s served at the Shelter Island restaurant 18 Bay.
Wölffer Estate Vineyard and Channing Daughters Winery say they have a hard time keeping easy-drinking rosé in stock during the dog days of summer.
Babylon was once a sleepy little village where burgers and red sauce ruled the dining scene. Today, it’s a South Shore restaurant hub.
At Babalu in Huntington, a former pro boxer puts his own modern twists on dishes from his Cuban family’s culinary repertoire.
The city’s sportiest dining destination? Citi Field, which not only hosts the New York Mets but some of New York’s most famous chefs: Danny Meyer (Shake Shack and Blue Smoke), David Chang (Fuku), Michael White (Nicoletta).
From the outside, BBD’s doesn’t look like much, a generic storefront in a Rocky Point strip mall. But walk inside and it’s a shrine to heavy metal, beef and craft beer.