Cedarhurst is a village in Nassau County, on the South Shore of Long Island, New York, in the USA. The population was 6,592 at the 2010 United States Census. The village is named after a grove of trees that once stood at the post office.
Restaurants in Cedarhurst
4 based on 7 reviews
I recently visited the Andrew J. Parise Park in Cedarhurst, NY to take professional photography headshots. The weather was a bit on the cold side, but the sun was bright outside. The Andrew J. Parise Park was a nice, small and quiet park with a several memorial statues such as September 11th, a gazebo, a water foundation (off for the season) and open park. Although the park is open space, it is surrounded by quiet neighborhood homes in a predominated Jewish community. We enjoyed the scenery with families walking by with children, kids playing in the park with their dogs, minimal car traffic and occasional Long Island Rail Road trains stopping at the Cedarhurst station. I certainly want to come back during the warmer weather when flowers and trees look plush and the sun provides more warmth.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
There are many things to do along the boardwalk now with the trapeze ,the escape room ,the concession stands, bike riding ,renting a bike Or just sitting on the benches taking in the peacefulness of the waves.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
Came here for drinks before my flight out of JFK. Bartender was friendly with decent selection of beer on tap. Nothing special about the food and a very local hangout. Located along the canal with outdoor seating which I'm sure must be pleasant view during the warmer months.
4 based on 151 reviews
Long Island beach in Queens borough that can be reached by subway. Popular destination for New Yorkers in mid-20th century, still pleasant to visit.
The restaurant community in the Rockaway's is growing in leaps and bounds and is now a destination by many traveling on the new ferry system that links the Rockaway's with both Brooklyn and lower Manhattan. In addition, the ferry provides an excursion into Manhattan to dine, bike or just walk around Manhattan. Getting back to the Rockaway restaurant scene, many new and interesting restaurants have opened in the Beach 90's as well as some more established on Beach 129. The ferry shuttle bus (which is FREE!) provides transportation to and from the ferry and stops at various locations along the beach routes enabling on and off service so as to afford riders the opportunity to visit the shops and restaurants along the way. It is a wonderful way to spend a day and in the near future, hotel accommodations will be available for those who would like to remain in Rockaway longer.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
In an old warehouse pops up a craft brewery, spinning vinyl and serving up some really good brews in a local setting. The food truck outside gives you a chance for a good bite to eat while enjoying this weeks selection from the brewmaster.
5 based on 18 reviews
We are NY WaterSport Center with Jet Ski Tours, Watersport Boat Charters for Wake surfing or cruising, Fishing Boat Rentals & Flyboarding! We also have SUP Rentals on Location. Enjoy our private beach and Pro Shop, Food Truck and Bait and Tackle Shop while you're here. 29 Miles from Manhattan! 5 minutes to the ocean!
Our 2:00 appointment was postponed little by little until we finally got on the water at 4:00. While we were waiting a group returned that were very upset. They told us not to let the guide take us out on the ocean unless we were very experienced. A person in their group was taken away by ambulance with a broken foot. They were not happy.
And either was our Guide. After a two minute explanation on how to drive the jetski (first time ever on a jetski for my wife) we took off. The instruction ended there except for the occasional "you are not going fast enough. Try to keep up". It was fun being out on the water but I would not do it again with this company.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Well maintained, beautiful scenery. Manicured lawn, duck pond and dog park. A nice quite park to enjoy in an urban area. Free parking, next to the Valley Stream LIRR station.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
This is a very long sands beach. Lots of bird life and I'm sure lots of people in the summer. In September after Labor Day it is not deserve it but it's certainly is not crowded. We basically had Beach to ourselves. Very clean. Warm water.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
This is a great fitness club located in East Rockaway. Well worth your trip to experience this gem. Everything is new and clean....basketball court, steam room, spinning while watching a movie, yoga and much more. The locker rooms are very nice with excellent shower facilities.
3.5 based on 86 reviews
Safety is a concern. Car broken into during the day. Security now where to be found. Police state relatively common occurrence. Good selection of stores, but don't advise travel alone,especially at night. Live near,but always issues here.
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