Long Island Hidden Past: Hildebrandt's Restaurant

A family-favorite restaurant in Williston Park serves up decadent delights the old fashion way! News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell visited Hildebrandt's to find its delicious history.  Hildebrandt's

News 12 Staff

Dec 3, 2014, 6:48 PM

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Long Island Hidden Past: Hildebrandt's Restaurant
A family-favorite restaurant in Williston Park serves up decadent delights the old fashion way!
News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell visited Hildebrandt's to find its delicious history. 
Hildebrandt's opened in the 1920s as an ice cream parlor and candy shop. The building was on a dirt road with no street lights.
They offered ice cream, chocolate, homemade fudge and butterscotch and homemade whip cream.
Hildebrandt's was bought in the 1970s by Susan Acosta's father. Over the years it morphed into a 50s luncheonette, but they still offer delicious delights made using the original recipes.


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