Sunday, July 06, 2014

Edible Long Island Welcomes Summer with Sexy Pub Food in Point Lookout, Long Island

The summer is sizzling hot, and Edible Long Island welcomes the lazy, hazy days with some smokin’ hot, drool-worthy, burgers on its Summer 2014 cover. Read about Burger Man George Moatz here, and his penchant for smoked burgers.

Once again, I go “Back of the House” to get the back story on J.A. Heneghan’s Tavern in the hamlet of Point Lookout, Long Island. Learn about J.A. Heneghan, an Irish patriarch who inspired his family to open a tavern in his honor, and get to know Nicole Roarke, the talented Executive Chef who’s serving up fresh seasonal dishes in the dining room and making pub food sexy.  Read my story of the Heneghan clan and their local homage to a legendary dad here.

And, visit Chef Nicole Roarke in the kitchen for her zesty take on citrus here.    

Happy Summer!  

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Anonymous said...

that photoshot of that tasty looking burger is awesome!!!!

Happy Summer to you too! :) MMMMMMM!

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen said...

J. A. Heneghan and his gang are living proof the American dream still exists and is alive and well on Long Island. How fun to be able to pedal your bike over for a burger for lunch, or better still have a scrumptious dinner of crab coated salmon prepared by Chef Nicole in the evening. Seems Heneghan's Tavern has it all, at least in my mind it does.

Karen (Back Road Journal) said...

With a great looking burger like the one on the cover, how could it be anything but a great summer. Enjoy all the good eats.

Velva said...

I can appreciate a good burger anytime. Eating burges in the summer time is a must.

Hope you are enjoying the hot days of summer.


~~louise~~ said...

Great article, T.W! Boy, oh, boy, I really need to get to Long Island this Summer...and soon!!!

Thanks for sharing, T.W...

Barbara said...

Fun links, good reads, super food!
Happy Summer to you too!