No matter the occasion- a good night out will always be made better when a little karaoke is involved. Whether you’re a first-timer looking to work up your courage or a seasoned vet looking to conquer their next ballad, be sure to check out these Long Island karaoke bars.
All Island Transportation, All Island Yellow Cab, Glen Belle Taxi, Ollie’s Taxi & Airport Service, and Taxi Latino are pleased to offer free local transportation on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2016 to all Physically Challenged and Senior Citizens to and from the polls, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
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Like it or not, Halloween is just around the corner. Whether you’ve had your costume picked out for months or you’re waiting until the last second, you’re going to need something to do when the big day rolls around. If you’re looking for a festive get together this October, consider some of these Long Island Halloween parties that are sure to pack the fun… and fright.
During the month of October, many people fearlessly seek their Halloween holiday thrills at one of Long Island’s terrifyingly fun haunted houses. In our area, you’ll find some not-so-spooky kid-friendly attractions, as well as acres upon acres of terror at places like Bayville Scream Park. So, if you dare, here are the most frightening haunted houses on Long Island.
As summer transitions into autumn, there comes a whole new batch of seasonal ales made at some of Long Island’s incredible local breweries. One of the most popular seasonal beers for this time of year is pumpkin ale. Set aside the pumpkin spice lattes and taste some of the best pumpkin beer available this fall.
At long last, pumpkin picking season is finally here! Luckily, our area has tons of fun, family-friendly pumpkin patches. We’ve rounded up all of the best Long Island pumpkin picking farms for you to visit this fall.
When it comes to American wine, Long Island is often overlooked in comparison to the famously lush vineyards of Napa Valley. Although, over the years, Long Island wineries have gained a reputation for being a trendy weekend hotspot for day trips and excursions. Connoisseurs and casual fans alike should make these local vineyards a priority on all future Long Island wine tours.
There’s no better way to spend a fall weekend on Long Island than by taking a stroll through one of the many neighborhood farmers markets on a crisp, autumn day. It’s your one-stop shop for fresh, local produce, hand-made crafts, and tons of other miscellaneous goods. A Long Island farmers market is the perfect place for exploring on a fall afternoon and even grocery shopping, too! Stop by and check out one of these local favorites.
Labor Day is celebrated every year on the first Monday of September and serves as the unofficial end of the summer season. With everyone off from either work or school, people will be out and about, trying to savor the remnants of summer. Luckily, New York City and Long Island are home to some great Labor Day weekend activities that you’re not going to want to miss.
Second to maybe only Italy, New York is known worldwide as being the mecca of pizza. Of course, there’s New York City, but many people don’t know that you can get city quality pizza right here on Long Island. Many locals take it for granted, but Nassau County is actually home to some of the best pizza in the area. If you’re looking for a real New York pizza slice, be sure to start with some of these spots.