Venison on the menu at Arby’s

November 9, 2017 by  

Hicksville diners curious about venison had a chance to try it recently, when the restaurant chain put venison sandwiches on its menu late in October.

The sandwiches featured a [Read more]

New Indian restaurant now open in Hicksville

October 23, 2017 by  

Honest Restaurant, which serves Indian street food, recently opened a location in Hicksville, though diners are not required to stand on the street to eat. The eatery, which is [Read more]

Hicksville celebrates Pakistani culture

September 19, 2017 by  

Pakistani-Americans in Hicksville recently held a festival to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Pakistan’s independence, as well as the culture of the Asian nation.

This is the third year for [Read more]

Hicksville wins grant to revitalize downtown

August 22, 2017 by  

New York governor Andrew Cuomo paid a visit to Hicksville recently, and spoke at the community center. During his speech, the governor revealed that [Read more]

Funds approved for Hicksville garage

July 25, 2017 by  

In an effort to find and repair several problems, the Oyster Bay Town Board recently voted to spend $432,000 on the parking garage that sits near the Long Island Rail Road station in Hicksville.

Since its opening in [Read more]

New NYC-LI seaplane service set to fly

June 14, 2017 by  

Several carriers are considering flying between New York City and Long Island, beginning this summer. [Read more]

Hicksville gets Burger Village

May 12, 2017 by  

Diners who are desperate for an ostrich burger after they have finished shopping will soon be able to satisfy their craving, since a new Burger Village opened May 8 in Hicksville.

The store moved into the Broadway Mall and took over a long-vacant spot once occupied by Qdoba Mexican Grill.

The new eatery is on the south side of the mall, between the New York Golf Center of Long Island and Blaze Pizza. The small space, which seats 55, is the third in a mini-chain of burger restaurants owned by brothers Nick, Sam, Vick, and Ravi Yadav. The quartet opened their first Burger Village in 2013 in Great Neck, focusing on burgers in the $10-$15 range, using meats such as organic beef and more exotic fare like lamb, elk, bison, and ostrich. A year after they opened the Great Neck spot, they opened another in Park Slope.

Fans of the chain will find the same items on the menu in Hicksville as at the other two shops, including burgers wrapped with collard greens and peanut-butter milkshakes. The single exception is that patrons will now be able to nibble on popcorn while they wait for food, which takes some time to prepare as it is cooked to order.

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Hicksville welcomes new halal restaurants

April 9, 2017 by  

Three new restaurants in Hicksville feature food items that will appeal to customers who wish to follow a halal diet, but who also enjoy typical American fast food.

Crown Fried Chicken, which is [Read more]

Snow no barrier to Hicksville winter celebration

March 12, 2017 by  

Hicksville held its annual WinterFest on February 11, and the day was a success once again.

Despite heavy snow, hundreds of [Read more]

Hicksville locals have new eatery to Peru-se

February 9, 2017 by  

Peruvian restaurants are growing in popularity in and around Hicksville, New York, with four now operating there, including Jalea Peruvian Cuisine, which just opened its doors.

Jalea is in Hicksville on [Read more]

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