Find out what Pub restaurants to try in East Northport. East Northport is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Huntington in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 20,217 at the 2010 census.
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3 based on 22 reviews
Iâve been to Chiliâs on a few occasions and the food is okay, but definitely nothing to brag about whatsoever. Unfortunately, I did have a bad experience recently. I always order the chicken soft tacos which are pretty good. On this one occasion I decided to order the Smokehouse Combo. You could order either two or three combos. I chose the three which was brisket, bbq ribs, and chicken crispers. The chicken crispers were over cooked and leathery. The bbq ribs were all fat, and the brisket was very very salty. My friend ordered the shrimp tacos and he said they were ok but very salty as well. The chips and salsa we ordered were also extremely salty. Not sure who the chef was that night, but the food was just awful! I complained to the waiter and he got the manager. The manager was very nice and told me I didnât have to pay for my meal. The one thing Iâll say about Chiliâs is that their staff is very nice. I probably will not be returning though.Hi there, we're sorry to hear about this experience. We truly value the feedback from all of our guests and will use your review to improve our service and quality, moving forward. If you'd like to provide any additional details about your visit, we encourage you to reach out to us at 1-800-983-4637 so we can find a way to make things right by you. Thanks.
4 based on 53 reviews
Nicky's has great Burgers fish and chips and many other menu specials. It is an unassuming Pub in Centerport that offers great food great drinks and great company
4 based on 104 reviews
Stopped by Anthonyâs for a quick bite and we decided on pizza. We had it with peppers and onions and it was very good. It is a good dependable restaurant. They have a nice salad also.
4 based on 103 reviews
We take our boat across the sound to this sweet town always bustling lots of shops and restaurants we love this place especially when we travel with friends every one wants something different one wanted chicken parm he loved the sauce one had lobster tails cooked perfect and one wanted clam baskets she ate it all .. I had clams and linguini fill if clams and garlic and butter delish .. you can have what ever you want and itâs good
4 based on 24 reviews
What a great place to go to eat and see your favorite sports play! The food is not typical of a sports bar! The menu has unbelieveable choices on it. The food is excellent and tasty and outstanding! The servers are all very friendly and do a superb job! Everyone is very friendly and helpful. Everyone should try it once and they will be back again.
4 based on 83 reviews
Having lived in Northport on and off for 60 years I've seen a lot of restaurants on Main St. This care, although very small has always served really good food. It's pub food, but good quality. There might be a grilled salmon sandwich or a pasta shrimp dish. But it won't be ordinary and it will be tasty and we'll executed. It can get very crowded so we prefer lunch over dinner for that reason. You'll never have a bad, meal here.
4 based on 28 reviews
They have a lot of items for around $10 for lunch. Wraps, sandwiches, bugers etc. They also have a lot of indie beers on tap.
4 based on 49 reviews
We visit family in Long Island every year. Iâm so glad they chose to take us to Seven Quarts Tavern to meet up for dinner and drinks with friends. It was our first time dining here. The restaurant has great vibe with a very cozy feel. We sat downstairs close to the bar.When we arrived, we were greeted by one of the owners, Brian, and we were promptly seated. We started with the duck wings and crab cakes which were both flavorful and delicious. My husband and I shared the Slow Braised Short Ribs and Mac & Cheese for dinner which I would definitely recommend. Everyone at our table really enjoyed their meals and the service was on point! From start to finish it was a wonderful experience! We will definitely be back again.
4 based on 118 reviews
Old-Fashioned Charm, Updated By Joanne Starkey New York Times For over half a century the Old Fields Inn has been a fixture in Greenlawn. Known for its marinated steaks, it was the place where the Kiwanis and Lions Clubs met. When I last visited, a couple
I was here for a private event. The appetizers (fried calamari and pita bread with spinach dip) were good, as well as the entree (chicken over rice). But the Caesar salad was way too lemony, and the chocolate mousse dessert was a little bitter. Also, as other reviewers have said, it's very noisy. But the service was good, and they did not rush people out of the restaurant after the party was over.
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