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finding decent food in no mans land LI


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finding decent food in no mans land LI

Fritz | Feb 25, 2007 05:15 AM

anywhere between Huntington and the Hamptons or the North Fork, food choices are many, but decent food, for a night out, is far between.
We went to the Sea Basin last night in Rocky Point. It's been there for a decade or more.
But it is a Greek diner that serves "Italian" food. Portions are huge, quality is good, service is fine. Everything tastes the same and is rather heavy or overdone in prep. Skip it.

Il Porto Bello
1090 Route 112
Port Jefferson Station NY 11776

Good food for the money with taste. Service a little spotty on a busy night. Good sized portions without being "food for the week".

Pasta Pasta, which has been around for years, up in PJ proper, is the same, but a bit more expensive and classy looking.

Ruvo, a recent addition to PJ, received a mixed view from family that was there recently.

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