Long Island Restaurant Week has come to an end. Sunday was the last night of the event until the spring. As always, a big thank you to all of the restaurants who participated and made the event a success.
On Saturday night, I had my final Restaurant Week meal at Mac’s Steakhouse in Huntington Village, New York. After I had a long day of running around for appointments, Mac’s was the perfect place to enjoy a nice dinner. If you are looking for a good steakhouse I highly recommend this restaurant.
I ate at Mac’s during Restaurant Week in the fall of 2012. Although I always like to visit new establishments, Mac’s was worth stopping at again. I thought the restaurant offered an excellent menu for Restaurant Week and I was particularly impressed by the steak and seafood options. The last time I ate there I ordered the skirt steak, which was delicious. This time I had a Caesar salad as my appetizer and the shrimp and scallop risotto as my entrée. The shrimp and scallops were perfectly prepared. The creamy risotto went very well with the seafood and grilled vegetable medley. For dessert, the restaurant offered a chocolate cake, cheesecake, or carrot cake. Not surprisingly, I went for the chocolate cake. The slice of cake was very generous…and rich!
Both times I’ve visited Mac’s I have enjoyed my meals. The restaurant itself has a luxurious feel, with a large private room and an expansive eating area. The servers were prompt and attentive. Mac’s offers valet parking, but I prefer to park in one of the municipal lots in town. Their quiet location in the Village is ideal, and should you still be needing a sweet treat after your meal, Herrell’s ice cream shop is just up the street.