3 new restaurants to try on Long Island
Opened in June, Nappi’s Nook is Nesconset’s newest breakfast and lunch location.
Breakfast and brunch menus include various types of omelets as well as a range of waffles and pancakes. For lunch, keep an eye out for flatbreads and sandwiches. Staff favorites include the short rib ($18) and the beignet breakfast ($15). Of course, no brunch is complete without mimosas. Nappi’s Nook serves classic brunch cocktails like Mimosa ($9), Bloody Mary ($10) and Bellinis ($9).
With chic interiors and dining options to suit everyone, Nappi’s Nook is the perfect place for a weekend brunch with friends.
204 Smithtown Avenue, Nesconsett, nappisnook.com.
Popular Brooklyn pizzeria Roberta’s debuted in Montauk in May.
Roberta’s is known for its firewood pizza. The Montauk menu offers popular options like Bee Sting ($25) and the famous Original ($23). The menu also includes seafood such as Maine sea urchin ($54) and Pacific sturgeon caviar ($75). Vegetarian options include Pickled Cucumbers with Garlic, Basil and Chili ($15) and Lettuce with Sea Lettuce Vinaigrette ($19). To finish your meal, enjoy some strawberry or vanilla soft serve ice cream ($10).
Located near Fort Pond Bay, Roberta’s offers al fresco and indoor dining for guests to enjoy their meals.
240 Fort Pond Rd., Montauk, robertaspizza.com/montauk.
If you’re looking for home-style Mexican cooking, look no further than Guac Time. After its success in New York City, Guac Time opened a new location in Hicksville in May.
The Mexican restaurant focuses on sourcing local ingredients from nearby farmers markets to ensure fresh and delicious food year round.
At Guac Time, you can choose to make your own bowl or burrito ($11++) or choose one of several signature bowls ($11-$14). Guac Time also offers quesadillas ($10-12), birria ($11-25) and taco boxes ($11-13). Wash it off and grab a bottle of Jarritos, which comes in flavor options like pineapple and tamarind ($3).
412 South Broadway, Hicksville, guactimenyc.com.