These Long Island restaurants are some of the top foodie spots in NY

Long Islanders take their food seriously, and a recent VRBO poll of the 15 best restaurants in New York landed three of the top spots in Suffolk and Nassau Counties, including first place.

The applause goes to the first place in the state Amagansett Lobster Roll in Suffolk County.

Founded in 1965, VRBO says the Lobster Roll is “hands down the best place to have a lobster roll sandwich – outside of New England”.

Locals and foodies have known this for years and always make a stop when they visit the Montauk Lighthouse.

What makes it special, think of a retro-chic cabin before visiting for outdoor picnic tables with beautiful views of the water and umbrellas blowing in the wind.

If you’re one of the few who can’t get down to the lobster buns, the restaurant also offers a wide variety of freshly grilled, grilled, fried, and stuffed seafood, steak, puffers, kale salads, homemade chowder, and Paul’s seafood chilli.

The restaurant is located on the 1980l Montauk Highway. The season starts on Friday April 30th.

The all-American Hamburg drive-in

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In 9th place comes the All-American Hamburger Drive-In in Massapequa in Nassau County.

Open since 1963, the All-American is a vintage-style burger joint that, according to VRBO, is “undeniably the best fast-food place in the region”.

When you go make sure you order the burgers, fries and a thick milkshake. It is one of those who forget about the diet for the day.

The restaurant is located at 4286 Merrick Road.

Maureen’s kitchen

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To get to number 15 is Maureen’s Kitchen in Smithtown in Suffolk County.

Maureen’s is known as a breakfast place on Long Island and is known for its French toast as well as all kinds of delicious breakfast combinations.

Maureen’s is also known for its baked goods, great soups and sandwiches and everything you eat there.

Expect to wait, it’s a local favorite.

The restaurant is located at 108 Terry Road.

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