The third location of the beloved Mexican-American restaurant will feature fresh churros out back, a wood-fired quesadilla oven, and goats (just for fun).
The concept will be American comfort food with Asian and Latin American influences—and, yes, the chef’s famous fried chicken will be there.
In late October, Icelandic chef Gardar Gardarsson made his first visit to Long Island’s North Fork—and discovered a whole new world of magic alongside local chefs Stephan Bogardus and Taylor Knapp.
Looking for magic? Drink and dine at the Lin Beach House.
Grappa, shochu and sunchoke liqueur—all produced with local, organic ingredients grown on Long Island? Yes. Really.
Pop-up restaurants find a friendly home at the great—and newly renovated—Bruce & Son.