Where to Eat Ethnically in Huntington


Photos by Doug Young

Next door in Queens we have some of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the country. In Nassau and Suffolk counties our ethnic communities are either assimilated into the mainstream or found in tight-knit enclaves that feature restaurants and bakeries that reflect the immediate population (Portuguese in Mineola, Polish in Copiague, Latinos in Brentwood). Huntington is a virtual melting pot, where one can taste the cuisine of four different continents within as many village blocks. Below is just a smattering of some of the multicultural flavors available in Huntington Village.

French – Bistro Cassis

Italian – Osteria da Nino, Restaurant Joanina, Jonathan’s Ristorante, Bravo! Nader, Doppio Artisan Bistro, Tutto Pazzo, Piccolo, Porto Vivo, Primo Piatto, Red (coming back soon), Sal D’s, Porto Fino, Almarco, New York Panini

Greek – Neraki, Mediterranean Snack Bar, Skorpios

Portuguese – Fado

European fusion – Bin 56, European Republic, Village Creperie

Indian – House of India

Persian Ravagh Persian Grill, Tasty American CooCoo

Afghan – Ariana Cafe, Mazzar Grill

Pakistani – Spice Village Grill

JapaneseKashi, Kura Barn, Tomo Hibachi, Samurai Hibachi, Ichiz
Thai Thai-USA, Sri Thai, Hikudo

Chinese – Albert’s Mandarin Gourmet, Ting

Argentinian Café Buenos Aires, Sur Argentinian Steakhouse

Mexican Besito, Oaxaca Mexican Food Treasure, Quetzacoatl, Pancho Villas

Cajun/Creole – Storyville American Table