Category Archives: Long Island

Guide to visiting Montauk, Long island

Montauk is The End. The farthest east you can get on Long Island and the farthest away from your worries. It is the ultimate New York beach town touting six state parks, miles of coastline, fantastic surfing and fishing, seafood … Continue reading

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Eatcetera Deli, Long Island

Is it weird to say this place is my everything? I don’t care, I’m in love with Eatcetera Deli [1120 Smithtown Ave, Bohemia, NY 11716] and I’m not afraid to shout it from the mountaintops. This is not a normal … Continue reading

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Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge, Long Island

National Wildlife Refuges are among my favorite places in the world, Jeff’s too. He has a winter birthday, so I’m always trying to find fun things to make the day cheery. It was last winter when I discovered that Long … Continue reading

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Eat your way through Bay Shore, Long Island

Sumou Restaurant, 551 E Main St, Bay Shore, NY 11706 Quietly located in a strip mall, Sumou offers those in the know some incredible sushi – the best I’ve had on the Island. The fish is fresh, the service is … Continue reading

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Kayaking on Long Island

Empire Kayaks, 4 Empire Blvd, Island Park, NY 11558 Renting a kayak can be expensive, but I found the best rates on Long Island here along with a really professional staff. The hourly rate is $25 for a tandem, you … Continue reading

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Robert Moses Lighthouse, Long Island

Robert Moses has two of my favorite things. One is the beach I love most in the world, that’s at Field 2 (walk 2.5 miles to the right and reach Democrat’s Point – a solitudinous haven of beauty). The other … Continue reading

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Long Island Aquarium, Riverhead NY

When I was a kid I went through the ‘I want to be a marine biologist’ phase. Someone once told me, “You are who you are when you were seven,” so you can imagine I’d be like a kid in … Continue reading

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