Located on Main Street near the Port Washington train station, this eatery is in a…More convenient spot for commuters and has a relaxing minimalist décor. The large menu has a vast offering of dishes such as a la carte sushi and sashimi, steamed dumplings, beef teriyaki and shrimp and vegetable tempura. If you’re in the mood for desert there’s some interesting ice cream flavors you don't normally find like ginger, green tea and even red bean.
Yummy Oriental Restaurant 86 Main St, Port Washington, NY11050 Located one block from the Port Washington train station, this Chinese restaurant is a convenient quick stop for the…More commuters. You can grab an egg roll to go, or sit and enjoy other traditional Chinese offerings like fried rice, Moo Goo Gai Pan and Moo Shu Pork. Vegetable and light dishes are also available. Visit the Web site to know about weekly specials.
Town of North Hempstead 220 Plandome Rd, Manhasset, NY11030 The Town of North Hempstead occupies 58 square miles. Its western border is roughly 14.5 miles from Manhattan. It is…More bounded on the north by the Long Island Sound, to the south by the Town of Hempstead, to the west by the borough of Queens, and to the east by the Town of Oyster Bay. Its northern land boundaries are extensively arranged along the Little Neck and Manhasset Bays, and Hempstead Harbor. The average commute to and from New York City by train is 30 minutes.