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Best anti-pasti on Long Island...

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howund09 Jan 13, 2007 04:00 PM

I'm craving REAL Antipasti. Who's does it best on Long Island? Nothing canned, and not a pile of grilled zucchini in January, please. Whattcha' got?...

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  1. abu applesauce RE: howund09 Jan 17, 2007 06:17 PM

    Razanno's in Glen Cove.
    Trust me.
    If by REAL you mean top notch imported proscioutto, extra sharp provolone and things of the like, it's worth the trip from wherever you are.

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      MKS RE: abu applesauce Jan 18, 2007 12:23 AM

      You did not specify what part of the Island your looking for. My suggestion on the South Shore would be Iavarone Bros. I go to the Wantagh location which has it all.

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        janie RE: abu applesauce Jun 14, 2008 09:44 PM

        Is this place Razanno's in Glen Cove still open? I saw that it was closed on the internet, but then I see posts dated after the article--was in this area today, but couldn't remember the address or exact name...so I couldn't check it out..but would like to next time.

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          coll RE: janie Jun 15, 2008 08:52 AM

          I was just there a couple of months ago, it's way up by North Shore Hospital in Glen Cove, just past where you would turn to go to the hospital (shurch on corner?), a couple of blocks farther on the left side. Looked like they had been there forever and weren't going anywhere soon. Even if they were, it would take them a couple of months to pack everything up for sure.

      2. jenniebnyc RE: howund09 Jan 18, 2007 12:44 AM

        In Westhampton - Anonna

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          howund09 RE: howund09 Jan 18, 2007 03:08 PM

          Thanx guys! I'm on the North Shore but I intend to try all of these places. I really crave this stuff when it's very hot or very cold. Nothings better to me than speck, pecorino, crusty bread and a glass of Amarone with the wind howling outside. Anything in the Huntington Area?

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            CornflakeGirl RE: howund09 Jan 18, 2007 07:20 PM

            There's an Iavarone Bros on Jericho Tpke in Huntington as well. Also, Fairway in Plainview is pretty close. You could drop in and put together your own platter of assorted Italian meats/cheeses and veg.

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            robinsilver RE: howund09 Jun 15, 2008 08:30 AM

            If you are ever in the Willison Park/Albertson area you can get great things at both Ciriello's in Willis Ave. in Williston Park, and the place that used to be D'Urso's, sorry I don't know the new name, but same thing, which is on the corner of Willis Ave and IU Willets Road.

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