Thursday, 23 March 2017

Weekend Brunch in Patchogue

Still deciding on plans for this weekend? Why not meet up with some friends for brunch. Instead of traveling all the way into the city for the occasion, consider meeting up with friends in Patchogue. With so many great options near the New Village, there’s no need to venture far. Check out the restaurants below for an idea of where to visit.

Toast Coffeehouse- Located at 46 E Main St., just a five-minute walk from the New Village, Toast Coffeehouse is an innovative breakfast and lunch eatery with an artistic, welcoming atmosphere where you can enjoy classic favorites and new creations. Breakfast favorites include the Benedict Arnold, the Mediterranean Omelet, and the Bandito Burrito, among others. Breakfast is served until 3pm daily, but if you’re in the mood for lunch, you can try the Spicy Shrimp and Mango Salad, the Mattituck Chicken Burger or the Turkey Reuben. If you want to make it a boozy breakfast or lunch, toast serves wine and craft beer!

Sweet and Savory Creperie- If you love crepes, then you have to check out Sweet and Savory Creperie, located at 392 Sunrise Highway Patchogue, NY 11772.  Sweet and Savory offers a variety of breakfast crepes, from the Specialty Berry Crepe and the French Toast Crepe, to the Simply Breakfast Crepe and the Hungry Man. You can also choose from a variety of Belgian waffle selections.

JT’s Café- JT’s Café is a little further than the other listings, as it’s not walking distance from New Village, but the food will be well worth the trip! Located at 4 Montauk Highway in Blue Point, JT’s Café offers a variety of breakfast and lunch dishes to satisfy any craving. Yelper’s love the Morning Glory French toast, Short Rib mac and cheese, Pigs in a Blanket, and the Eggcellent Choice breakfast sandwich.

46 E Main St. Patchogue, NY 11772
(631) 654-7091

394 Sunrise Highway Patchogue NY 11772
(631) 307-9222

4 Montauk Hwy. Blue Point, NY 11715
(631) 363-9562

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Saint Patrick's Day in Patchogue

St. Patrick’s Day is almost upon us- do you know how you’ll be celebrating this year? Although the holiday falls on Friday, March 17th, there will be plenty of events happening in the greater Patchogue area for you to join in on, many of which are just a few blocks away from the New Village. 

St. Patrick’s Day at Arooga’s- You don’t have to travel very far to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Arooga’s Grille and Sports Bar. Just steps away from the New Village, Arooga’s will be hosting a St. Patty’s Day bash this Friday, March 17th from 9pm-2am.  There will be no cover and live music starts at 9pm. Drink specials will be featured all night. 

Fulton’s Gate- If you’re looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a pint of Guinness and a traditional Irish meal, then head over to Fulton’s Gate, a traditional Irish pub in the heart of Patchogue village.  Just minutes away from New Village, Fulton’s Gate offers classic favorites like Shepherd’s Pie, Dublin-style Fish and Chips, and Corned Beef on Marbled Rye. If you prefer to stop in for Sunday Brunch, you can enjoy a Traditional Irish Breakfast, Pub Omelet, and homemade Quiche starting at $7.99.

Patchogue’s St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl- Too busy to make it out this weekend? No worries! The town of Patchogue is hosting it’s 1st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl on Saturday, May 25th from 2pm-8pm. The event will feature $3 beers, $4 shots, and $5 specialty drinks at participating locations, which include: The Tap Room, Village Idiot Pub, Gallo, Public House 49, and Fulton’s Gate Irish Pub. Tickets are $25 and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the MoRE organization, which helps send terminally ill children to camp.

1 W Main St. Patchogue, NY 11772

124 E Main St. Patchogue, NY 11782
(631) 289-1490

P.O. Box 191 Kings Park, NY 11754

Monday, 6 March 2017

New Eateries in Patchogue

If you’re still in winter hibernation mode, you may not have made it out to explore the streets of Patchogue lately. If that’s the case, you might’ve missed the grand openings of some new eateries that have set up shop in town. So put on your coat, bundle up, and brave the cold weather to check out some of the new venues near New Village.

SmallCakes Cupcakery and Creamery- Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, you’ll definitely want to check out SmallCakes Cupcakery & Creamery, located just steps away from the New Village. SmallCakes, which only opened its doors in early February, is making quite a name for itself in the local area for providing fresh, delicious treats in a friendly and inviting atmosphere. The shop, which specializes in gourmet cupcakes baked daily, as well as small-batch, cupcake-infused ice cream, is a franchise that is owned and operated by two native Long Islander, Stonybrook grads. Stop by to enjoy a cupcake and to support their up-and-coming business!

Catch Oyster Bar- If you love seafood, you have to plan a visit to the new Catch Oyster Bar, located at 63 N Ocean Avenue in Patchogue. This father-son joint venture, which opened it’s doors only several weeks ago, provides a casual, intimate dining experience for lovers of fish and shellfish. Specialties include Lobster Rolls, Po Boys, South Shore Fish Stew, and of course Oysters on the Half Shell.

Flight- The next time you’re looking to meet friends over small plates and drinks, you should check out Flight, a small plate and cocktail restaurant that specialized in new American cuisine. Although Flight only opened its doors in January, the restaurant is growing to be quite popular, due in part to its concept of flight plates. Similar to a beer flight when sampling brews, flight plates provide a sampling of different foods, including the Mac & Cheese Flight, Sliders Flight, and the Shrimp Flight Plate. With this concept, you don’t have to choose just one entrée- you can get a taste of it all!

17 W Main St. Patchogue, NY 11772
(631) 500-9300

63 N Ocean Ave. Patchogue, NY 11722
(631) 627-6860

38 W Main St Patchogue, NY 11772

(631) 714-4177