Itako Sushi has replaced Sunakkuba, a Japanese fusion restaurant on Merrick Road in Massapequa Park. What was a cross cultural spot mixing Cajun, Latino and Italian influences with Japanese dishes has become a comprehensive, traditional Japanese restaurant featuring a voluminous sushi and sashimi menu. Maggie Chen, previously associated with Ichio in West Babylon, is the manager along with her cousin Kenny Chen, co-owner of Atako Sushi.
Farm Fresh on a Budget
Our Harvest, a new outfit launched this past summer, has figured out a way to make natural, farm-fresh food available to people who can’t afford the prices at upscale markets. Local farmers supply fresh food on a direct, no-middle-man basis. Customers order from ourharvest.com and pick up their selections at more than 10 community locations. This system allows to earn more while customers pay less. Our Harvest also donates one meal to a local food pantry every time they receive an order over $25.
The Rebirth of Red
It took nine months, but Red Restaurant is reborn. An early 2014 fire that began up the street caused substantial damage to a large block of businesses along New York Avenue in Huntington and required Red its doors for the better part of a year. The eclectic American spot has now reopened and sports a completely revamped interior, a new wine list and a more organic approach to its cocktails. The menu favorites and personal cheer that Red always tried to provide remain unchanged.