Floral Park is an incorporated village in Nassau County, New York, United States, on Long Island. The neighborhood of Floral Park in the New York City borough of Queens, is adjacent to the village. The village is at the western border of Nassau County, and is located mainly in the Town of Hempstead, while the section north of Jericho Turnpike is within the Town of North Hempstead. The population as of the US Census of 2010 is 15,863. |
Things to do in Floral Park
4.5 based on 191 reviews
The village of Floral Park is home to many excellent restaurants, but Crabtrees, who gets its name from The Little Rascals, pleasantly surprised me. The restaurant was elegantly decorated for the holiday season, the bar area was lively but not too loud, and the management and service was superb. But I came here to eat, and eat i did! The food was outstanding. The chicken tenders came with two sauces, and left no annoying aftertaste. The fried mushrooms, calamari, and zucchini were delicious, and the tomato and mozzarella was better than I expected. My tilapia, accompanied by beets, vegetables, and mashed potatoes was delectable! And the steak was perfectly cooked. The carrot cake, apple tart, and chicolate mousse cake were as good as you can get. Don't pass this place up!
4.5 based on 234 reviews
Visiting Long Island and wanted some NY pizza, stopped by for a slice!! OMG!! The best pizza ever!! Also had Cesar salad and meatballs, the meatballs were the best I ever had!! The sauce was incredible!!! Service was exceptional!! I love New York pizza and I think I just had the best. You must go and try Umberto’s!! Authentic Italian Food!!!
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Why? The food is well prepared, consistent, always have new specials to make it interesting, the ingredients are always fresh and the staff makes sure you are well fed. It's always a treat whenever you finest King Umberto's, you feel like royalty because the service is friendly, warm which makes you feel you are dining with family. Old world charm meets new world nuances, oh so delish! The restaurant is divided for the casual pizza side and the fine dining side so you make the choice. If you choose the fine dining side, remember to make your reservations because it does get busy! If you desire old world food made like nana, yes you will find it here and if you want fancy smancy Manhattan-esque flair with excitement, yes this place will rock your culinary expectations. Most of all, you feel satisfied feeling like you really had a great meal. Happy Eating and I'll see you around the table from time to time. Capeche?
4.5 based on 72 reviews
We have been going to Filomena's restaurant for over 30 years and have never had a disappointing experience. Mario, Frank and company will accommodate your every need and respond positively to any request. We have been there with family and friends and no one has ever complained. An exceptional neighborhood restaurant.
4 based on 100 reviews
For over 50 years Buttercooky Bakery has served Long Island residents fresh-baked cookies, pastries and cakes. Our flagship store has become a Floral Park fixture and our Manhasset store has been building a following for a decade and counting. At Buttercooky, our quality shows in every delicious bite. We use only the finest ingredients available to create our baked goods. Buttercooky Bakery offers a variety of traditional European confections, as well as a wide array of cookies, pastries, pies and cakes for all occasions.
We ordered a Mocha cake and a vanilla/chocolate cake for a company party. The box was labeled "Mocha" but it looked and tasted nothing like a Mocha cake. Some thought it was a cake with a coffee taste, others thought it was a Tiramasu, but it was definitely not a mocha cake. Both cakes were terribly dry and lacked taste. It was quite a disappointment. We brought the cakes back and were hoping management would offer us two new cakes to replace these bad ones, or a store credit. Much to our surprise, they said No, there is nothing wrong with these cakes. What kind of customer service is that? Everyone at work threw the cake out. How good could these cakes actually be if after one taste they were all in the garbage. These cakes were not cheap. It cost $40 for the both of them. Obviously the management has no training in customer service and keeping the customer happy. We are a large corporation and this bakery just lost a lot of business that could have went their way if they did the right thing by either replacing the cakes with what was originally ordered or at least offered a store credit. That's a terrible way to do business, which they just lost ours. I do not recommend ordering from this bakery.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
I have visited this restaurant many times over the years. The food is great and this visit was no exception. We ordered the chopped baked clams as an appetizer and the veal parmigiana siciliano for our entree. Both meals were delicious. Make Cara Mia a definite stop and enjoy good Italian food. Manga!!
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Whenever we are near A&S we have to stop for bagels! "Cash only" is the only challenge here -- the bagels are fresh, tasty, and generous. Love the asiago and everything bagels, especially.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
This is an old, family owned Italian restaurant. It is a mainstay of the area.
It’s been decades since I have dined at Stella’s. The matriarch has passed away and we all have aged a bit but the food remains the good quality it always has been. The portions are still huge. My veal with pappadelle was a huge serving size that I was able to get another meal from my leftovers. The sausage rolls are unique and tasty.
Save room for dessert, the tiramisu is my favorite.
And yes the place looks the same after decades but that’s part of its quaintness.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Visited luigi’s for dinner last week. The service was really good and there was no wait time since reservation was made in advance. The lamb chops was fantastic and the portion was very large. Everything was clockwork, very efficient and knowledgeable waiters. Would definitely visit again.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Tulip Bakery has under gone a massive makeover. It is clean and sleek with large cases displaying tasty looking baked goods. It now has a area with tables and chairs, where you can sit, relax with coffee and a treat and enjoy the morning paper. Along with new delights such as cake pops, it still has the bread and baked goods it is famous for. I'm so glad this landmark will be around for many years to come.
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