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Best Singles Spot on Long Island

by Best Of Long Island on January 12, 2010

There’s no shortage of meat markets out there and between the clubs, lounges and bars these days, it can prove to be a pretty daunting scene for those looking for love. That’s what makes getting popular opinion on the best singles spot on Long Island so important. It helps to have a shortcut to bypass the B.S.

Long Islanders voted Lily Flanagan’s in Babylon the Best Singles Spot on Long Island!

Lily Flanagan’s
345 Deer Park Ave
Babylon
631-539-0816
www.lilyflanaganspub.com

Maybe you’re perpetually single. Maybe you don’t like being tied down. Maybe you just got out of a relationship that broke your heart/left you penniless/made you question things you never planned on questioning. Frankly, it doesn’t matter, because Lily Flanagan’s has a singles crowd only heard about in legend. Check your coat and emotional baggage at the door, grab a drink and flirt it up. With a gang this single and ready to mingle, worst case scenario, you end up with plenty of new Facebook friends.

2nd Place - Four Food Studio & Cocktail Salon, 515 Broad Hollow Rd, Melville. 631-577-4444. www.fourfoodstudio.com

No matter what the season is outside, inside Four you get the best of each one. With its unique set-up consisting of each area being decorated a different season, Four is becoming one of the hottest food and drink spots on Long Island. The calming atmosphere and warm hues make for a relaxing place to kick back and unwind with some good conversation and even better food.

3rd Place – Waterzooi Belgian Bistro, 850 Franklin Ave, Garden City. 516-877-2177. www.waterzooi.com

Located smack dab in the middle of Garden City, Waterzooi is Long Island’s only Belgian bistro. Waterzooi tries to make every dining experience memorable for their patrons, priding themselves on their inventive menu, refined service and edgy cocktails; not to mention they’ve served over 2.5 million pounds of mussels to date-now that’s a whole lot of clams.

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