Nothings better than when the weather starts to get warmer and days can now be spent outdoors. There’s no better place to spend your days than at one of the many Long Island beaches. With the island being completely surrounded by water, it's known for having the best beach options, which people of all ages, can find enjoyment at. Whether you just want relax or you want to experience the water, we have a list of the best beaches for you to checkout.
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.
It is common knowledge that Nassau County is home to some of New York’s most beautiful landscapes and sprawling views. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Nassau County’s golf courses are up there as some of the country’s very best. For most, golf is a hobby and a way to enjoy the outdoors, so a club membership is not always the best option for a golfer of any skill level. So here are some of Nassau County’s best public golf courses to tee off on this summer!
On Saturday June 11th, the masses will converge on Elmont and the mecca of horseracing as the last leg of the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, the Belmont Stakes, kicks off. Unlike last year’s historic race, you will not see another horse complete the elusive Triple Crown and unfortunately the Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will not even race due to an injury. However, horses like Preakness winner Exaggerator (12-10 odds), Suddenbreakingnews (4-1 odds), and the Japanese-import Lani (15-1 odds) are sure to make this race just as exciting as the others. You don’t want to miss out on any of the action so here’s Ollie’s complete guide of where to watch (and bet) this year’s Belmont Stakes!