317 Main Street

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7 reviews
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$30 and under
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Gastro Pub
Chef Eric LeVine uniquely weaves local cuisine into an American Grill, setting himself and “317 Main Street” apart from the many restaurant choices on Long Island. The two time “Chopped” Champion, Chef Eric LeVine is bringing his talents to Farmingdale, a growing destination spot for great food, distinctive cocktails and unbeatable entertainment. For a one of a kind experience, reserve a seat at the Chef’s Table. Watch Chef Eric as he entertains you with his creativity, humor and passion for fresh local food. Craft Cocktails are a favorite at “317 Main Street” where trendy meets fresh. Served up by the best trained mixologists, our cocktails will leave you impressed and quenched.
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New York Area
23 reviews
Dined 3 days ago
Overall 4Food 4Service 4Ambience 4

Interesting choices , particularly the appetizers but you have to be ok with aLOT of spice!

1 review
Dined 4 days ago
Overall 1Food 1Service 1Ambience 3

We ordered the mussels in garlic sauce. They were very small and had no broth at all The taste was very bland. I ordered the salmon which was a very small piece and was over cooked and dry. Very disappointed

New Orleans
24 reviews
Dined 4 days ago
Overall 4Food 4Service 4Ambience 4

The only negative-Hostess was very rude

New York Area
4 reviews
Dined 5 days ago
Overall 2Food 3Service 1Ambience 5

I would not recommend at this time. Went opening weekend so, although the chef/partner is experienced in this type of endeavous, the service and they food just didn't warrant a second visit. Maybe when they work out the kinks and deal better with crowds. Tried 2x to call the manager before posting on here but was not successful either time. It seems like, in time, it will be a great place.

New York Area
89 reviews
Dined 5 days ago
Overall 3Food 3Service 5Ambience 4

Rough night for the restaurant. Upon arriving for our 8:15 reservation we were told that even though the restaurant was totally booked Open Table kept taking reservations. They said it would take about 20 minutes. We actually got a table within 15 minutes. Next we were tokd that the kitchen was backed up. They weren't lying. Drinks came pretty fast although while they pour very large beers, they pour tiny glasses of wine. Appetizers, pork sticks and Buffalo Chicken dip while very tastey took about an hour to get. The main courses Octopus and Ghost pepper cheese duck quesadillais( beware, while we thought delicious, ghost peppers are hot) arrived at 10:30. Once again very tasty but the Octopus admttibaly by the waitress was finished and waiting for the quesadilla to be prepared landed up being cold. The whole time the waitress apologizing for the mess going on in the kitchen. She was very sweet. At 11PM we were offered desert to witch we said no thank you. The waitress insisted on being is a chocolate mousse on the house. It was delicious. I think this place will be much better once the opening kinks are gone. A little expensive for what it is now. Will wait and try again.

New York Area
1 review
Dined 5 days ago
Overall 1Food 1Service 1Ambience 1

We were told upon arrival that reservations were not being honored. They had my cell- could have told me before we arrived.

New York Area
2 reviews
Dined 6 days ago
Overall 2Food 3Service 3Ambience 3

I know I might be in the minority but, I was really bothered by the fact that my $23 entree was served to me on a plastic plate. It is a beautiful space and the food was good, but the price was a little steep for the portion size and the use of plastic dinnerware. Our server was attentive but I felt bad for her because the kitchen seemed to be so backed up that it took a long time for our food to come out.