This eatery overlooking Reynolds Channel serves up a sliver of beach for the kids to play on while the parents eat lunch and dinner.
Come for the creative food and drinks, stay for the vintage games both indoors and on the patio that will keep the kids entertained all through the meal, no crayons required.
Not only is this beachy clam bar and restaurant a fun new addition to Long Island’s waterfront dining scene, it also offers an outdoor play area with games, hula-hoops, and other activities to keep the little ones busy so mom and dad can enjoy their meals in relative peace.
This place has a massive indoor children’s playground, but don’t expect just pizza and hot dogs on the menu like at some play spaces. The menu aims to make this as much of a tasty destination for parents as it is fun for kids.
The food is not the only thing that’s family style at this Italian restaurant. It also often has a magician going table to table on Friday nights, perfect for entertaining the kids during their meal.
Also offering a small sandy beach area for the wee ones to play on while the adults eat is this waterfront locale lined with lit-up palm trees and a festive vibe.
For those with kids who love cats but who, for whatever reason, can’t have a kitty of their own, here’s the next best thing: Getting a meal and scheduling playtime with some felines at the only restaurant on Long Island where the cats roam freely.
Half playspace, half coffeeshop, the menu includes various baked goods and standard kid favorites. Nut-free outside food is allowed.