Long Island Restaurant Week

Last week Fendy and I ventured out to Sayville and the Stony Brook Village Center to cover two restaurants participating in Long Island Restaurant Week. Long Island Restaurant week took place from November 1st untill November 8th.¬† During that week some of Long Island’s most exclusive¬† restaurants served entrees and other menu items at a discounted price that typically did not exceed $25 for a three course prix fixe meal. The event is a great opportunity for those who might otherwise not be able to afford to dine at these restaurants to experience them– and it fits a Stony Brook University students budget.

If you are interested in visiting any of the restaurants that participated in Long Island Restaurant week, just visit: http://www.longislandrestaurantweek.com/

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Restaurant Week: Four Food Studio & Cocktail Salon

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If you didn’t already know, it is Long Island restaurant week. Select restaurants all over Long Island created three-course prix fixe menus for a reasonable price of $24.95 per person.

I couldn’t resist and needed to take advantage of this awesome deal. Scrolling down the list of participating restaurants, Four Food Studio and Cocktail Salon in Melville was the winner. I have eaten their once before and I fell in love with the place. Normally, the prices are expensive. Restaurant Week allows people to dine at pricey, sophisticated restaurants for a great price.https://i0.wp.com/fo.odie.us/site_images_upload/directory/2009/06/16/19/FourFoodOrange300.jpg

Four’s decor is unique and the main reason why I enjoy this place so much. The dinning space is accented with bright colors of green, orange and yellow. Modern touches, elegant mood lighting and exceptional food presentation makes Four a one of a kind dinning experience.

Four changes their menu for each season providing diners with fresh, local and most importantly seasonal ingredients. Also, the different sections of the restaurant are inspired by the different seasons: winter, spring, autumn and summer. Continue reading