Commack (/koʊmæk/ or /kɑːmæk/) is a census designated place (CDP) that roughly corresponds to the hamlet by the same name in the towns of Huntington and Smithtown in Suffolk County, New York, United States, on Long Island. The CDP's population was 36,124 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Commack
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Bagel Chalet are the experts when it comes to fresh bagels in Commack. For delicious bagels, fresh wraps and salads- come explore Bagel Chalet!
We've eaten here many times and the food and service is always great! From the salads (where you choose what should be in it), the creative sandwiches and of course, the best bagels around, you can't beat it! While the line sometimes is out the door, it goes very quickly because there are so many workers behind the counter. Don't miss it!
4.5 based on 95 reviews
I love this place. Since it's a Jewish deli/ restaurant everything is dairy- free. I sat at Rochelle's table. I love her. So sweet. So attentive. Complimentary pickles and slaw are served immediately. My friends and I all have the Canarsie: half sandwich with a single meat, fries or potato pancake and soup. I had pastrami. My friends had the tuna. We all had matzo ball soup for an extra charge. After, I had coffee and we split a brownie bar. Everything was delicious. Upon checking out, I had such a nice conversation with Ron, one of the men upfront. Everyone at this restaurant is so kind and loving.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
We revisited Andrea’s and it only seems to get better. We had the artichoke arancini and it was “oh my god” good. My entree was the seafood risotto luciano. My wife had the shrimp Lilliana which she really enjoyed. Overall it was a great meal and I highly recommend Andrea’s.
4 based on 218 reviews
Stayed at a nearby hotel and we decided to stop here for dinner. This restaurant is busy, which tells you it’s a local favorite. The menu has something for everyone as they have a huge offering. The portions are gigantic and almost comical. The desert options should not be overlooked. Plan on taking a doggy bag home! Our waitress was amazing - attentive, funny, and made our dinner a fun experience. Would highly recommend.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Having visited this reliable gem of a restaurant for many years, I realized I hadn’t reviewed it yet. I came here for my New Year’s Eve early dinner and had a marvelous meal. The lobster bisque was outstanding ( not always available), the broccoli rabe with portabella mushroom and sausage was fabulous and I would recommend the veal saltimbocca with hard boiled eggs. My friend ordered the seafood Fra Diablo (medium heat) over penne. I tasted it and the pasta was al dente and the sauce delectable. They have outstanding decaf coffee and the polenta cake is “ to die for”. It has booths and tables. It’s intimate and the staff is welcoming. On Monday night from 5:30-8:30, they have a singer who plays the standards. She does requests. They do a very nice job for small family parties or retirement dinners( 20-30 people). It also has a casual area in the front for the best thin-crusted pizza in the area. The owner and management are very caring. When you have visited here over the years, they will treat you like “your family”. Definitely worth a visit for quality food, good value and accommodating service.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
"Tapas and More by brothers from Spain" Sangria 71 serves up a large selection of authentic Spanish Tapas, Sangria and savory Paella in a festive casual atmosphere.
We were a group of 10 that went for tapas dinner. We ordered multiple things to share as our meal. Service was friendly, though they got a few orders wrong (chicken instead of beef empanadas, stuffed mushrooms instead of shrimp, etc).
Best things: white lightening sangria, croquetas, pan tumaca, almond stuffed dates wrapped in bacon.
Cons: food came out of the kitchen quickly but was COLD! The pulpo a la Gallega was a bit rubbery and lacked the traditional potato accompaniment, the chorizo was sliced so thinly it was difficult to appreciate the full flavor, calamares a la romana seemed to be from a freezer bag, stuffed clams were average, and unfortunately, the saffron rice was horrible - dry, cold, and lacking flavor like it was out of a box with a few peas added.
Pricey for the amount of flaws.
4 based on 163 reviews
The waitress accidentally spilled a drink all over my wife’s pants. She apologized often and replaced it. The 4 of us split 2 apps, ordered 4 entrees and split 2 desserts. We all had a drink each. When the bill came, the only item taken off the drink spilled. We left a normal tip yet approached the waitress. She told us that the restaurant doesn’t make concessions like comping desserts etc... She told us to not tip her. We would not stiff her. The owners are known for this. The restaurant takes no reservations and is noisy. The food is ok but is pricey. Make sure that you wear a bib because the restaurant may only pay for your dry cleaning bill.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Consistently very good pizza and Italian food. Service is friendly albeit sometimes a little slow. Worth the trip !
4.5 based on 87 reviews
I'll make this quick. The sushi is okay but there are much better sushi restaurants, just not nearby. The problem is the place smells like fish and for me that is death for a fish place. I love the decor, but now I can't even get takeout as when I walk in -- fish.
4 based on 91 reviews
Visiting at 7 pm on a Wednesday evening, Anthony's was busy and noisy with a good atmosphere. The food was excellent; meat balls with ricotta and simply cooked wings to start, followed by a large half and half thin crust pizza (margarita one side with Italian sausage and mushrooms on the other). More than enough for the 3 of us to share. Good selection of draft beers and wines at sensible prices (e.g. Californian Sauvignon Fume at $33/bottle towards the high end of the list). Very friendly and efficient service from a local student (Victoria?) on recess from university. A very enjoyable meal.
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