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Long Island packed with restaurants tucked away off the beaten path

Throughout Long Island there are many hidden treasures that are tucked away and off the beaten path. First up for the 12 Weeks of Summer Hidden Treasures are restaurants! Overlooking the Great South

News 12 Staff

Aug 12, 2013, 5:23 PM

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Long Island packed with restaurants tucked away off the beaten path

Throughout Long Island there are many hidden treasures that are tucked away and off the beaten path. First up for the 12 Weeks of Summer Hidden Treasures are restaurants!

Overlooking the Great South Bay is Fat Fish, which features an outside dining deck with a spectacular view. Next up, head to the north shore and hit up Rockin Fish in Northport. Their specialty? Lobster tacos!

A real hideaway in Mattituck is the Old Mill Inn. Its history dates back at least 200 years with tales of rum runners, ghosts and secret rendezvous. After hearing the tales, try the swordfish and a key lime pie martini.

Out on the East End, head to Saltwater Grill at Dune Deck in West Hampton Beach, which features an array of top-notch seafood.

What are some of the hidden treasure restaurants you love to go to?


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