At Hemingway’s, we strive to be the best and the critics agree!

Hemingway’s offers “Generous servings” of “solid” and often “imaginative” American food makes this “warm, friendly” Wantagh grill a magnet. Especially for those who appreciate a “lively bar scene”; Papa Hemingway himself would like the woodsy, masculine décor.

Zagat Survey

“Papa would be proud” of this namesake American grill in Wantagh. A “neighborhood hangout” that serves “hearty”, “better-than-average food” (“terrific smashed potatoes”) and surprisingly “good wines” in a “warm” wood setting; the bar area can get noisy, but overall, this is “a great place to meet friends.”

Zagat Survey

“Handsome and upbeat, terrific food and award winning wine list – that’s what Hemingway’s is all about.”

Great Restaurants of Long Island 2001

Diner’s “not expecting much” will be “surprised” by this Wantagh grill where the kitchen has upgraded its “creative” New American menu to match the “excellent wine selection.”

Zagat Survey

A “friendly hangout” for a mostly “30s crowd”, this Wantagh sibling of the Argyle Grill, Corbin & Reynolds, Jameson’s and Peppercorns offers “big potions” of “dependable” New American fare and “attentive” service with class.

Zagat Survey

“The bells toll for Hemingway’s.” The Manhattan savvy “in” crowd no longer need to travel to the “Big City”. These days you’ll find them avidly frequenting Hemingway’s for upscale American, eclectic cuisine served in a sophisticated, informal setting.

The Citizen 2004

Wine Spectator’s “Award of Excellence”

Voted #1 “Best Brunch” Long Island Press