Best Italian Restaurants for Families, from Holbrook to Mastic Beach, NY

There are 20 comments on the Associated Content story from Oct 7, 2010, titled Best Italian Restaurants for Families, from Holbrook to Mastic Beach, NY. In it, Associated Content reports that:

It's hard to find a good Italian Restaurant outside of New York City that serves authentic Italian cuisine, at prices that fit a family budget.

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“My rottie wants belly rubs”

Since: Jun 07

A few blocks from the Ocean

#1 Oct 7, 2010
Mama Lisa of Mastic. Great dinners and pizza too. Whether you dine in, or take out this restaurant always serves fine Italian dishes to feed the whole family for a reasonable price. I recommend the chicken francese or eggplant parmigiana as a dinner. Of course kids as well as myself will enjoy the many varieties of pizza they offer.
Badtothebone

Yorktown Heights, NY

#2 Oct 10, 2010
Rottie Owner wrote:
Mama Lisa of Mastic. Great dinners and pizza too. Whether you dine in, or take out this restaurant always serves fine Italian dishes to feed the whole family for a reasonable price. I recommend the chicken francese or eggplant parmigiana as a dinner. Of course kids as well as myself will enjoy the many varieties of pizza they offer.


Are they better than Toninos located in the Surrey Circle stores? Where are they located?

“My rottie wants belly rubs”

Since: Jun 07

A few blocks from the Ocean

#3 Oct 10, 2010
Badtothebone wrote:
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Are they better than Toninos located in the Surrey Circle stores? Where are they located?
I never had Toninos so I can't say. But Mama Lisa is located at 1495 Montauk HWY in Mastic on the north side.(shopping center with Dunkin Donuts)
Bay Views

Mohegan Lake, NY

#4 Oct 10, 2010
Rottie Owner wrote:
Mama Lisa of Mastic. Great dinners and pizza too. Whether you dine in, or take out this restaurant always serves fine Italian dishes to feed the whole family for a reasonable price. I recommend the chicken francese or eggplant parmigiana as a dinner. Of course kids as well as myself will enjoy the many varieties of pizza they offer.
They make a great grandma pie and the best penne ala vodka.
I was there

Newark, NJ

#5 Oct 11, 2010
Rottie Owner wrote:
Mama Lisa of Mastic. Great dinners and pizza too. Whether you dine in, or take out this restaurant always serves fine Italian dishes to feed the whole family for a reasonable price. I recommend the chicken francese or eggplant parmigiana as a dinner. Of course kids as well as myself will enjoy the many varieties of pizza they offer.
Yea they are really good but very pricey....try hreo haven....good food and a very reasonable price...pizza is good as well

“My rottie wants belly rubs”

Since: Jun 07

A few blocks from the Ocean

#6 Oct 11, 2010
I was there wrote:
<quoted text>Yea they are really good but very pricey....try hreo haven....good food and a very reasonable price...pizza is good as well
Love them too. But they are not an Italian Seafood restaurant. My fav hero at Hero Haven is the New Yorker, had it again yesterday.
Badtothebone

Yorktown Heights, NY

#7 Oct 11, 2010
Rottie Owner wrote:
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I never had Toninos so I can't say. But Mama Lisa is located at 1495 Montauk HWY in Mastic on the north side.(shopping center with Dunkin Donuts)


Sounds good, I'll have to try it.
I was there

Newark, NJ

#8 Oct 11, 2010
Rottie Owner wrote:
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Love them too. But they are not an Italian Seafood restaurant. My fav hero at Hero Haven is the New Yorker, had it again yesterday.
U R right they are not italian seafood...but they make good chix parm eggplant and other Italian dishes...check them out you wont be disapointed
I was there

Newark, NJ

#9 Oct 11, 2010
Badtothebone wrote:
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Sounds good, I'll have to try it.
They have great food but like i said they are pricey
Tony

Medford, NY

#10 Oct 11, 2010
Momma mia! Manga! Manga!

“My rottie wants belly rubs”

Since: Jun 07

A few blocks from the Ocean

#11 Oct 12, 2010
I was there wrote:
<quoted text>U R right they are not italian seafood...but they make good chix parm eggplant and other Italian dishes...check them out you wont be disapointed
OK I was too busy to cook so I tried the eggplant parm dinner, and yes it was very good. Looking forward to more dinners.

Since: Feb 09

Shirley

#12 Oct 17, 2010
Mama Lisa's is very good and I am a super snob when it comes to Italian food. When i first moved out here I would drive back to Deer Park for Sicilian pies at D'Lisa's. I live Saviano's too for slices.
I was there

Newark, NJ

#13 Oct 17, 2010
RMSmithPt wrote:
Mama Lisa's is very good and I am a super snob when it comes to Italian food. When i first moved out here I would drive back to Deer Park for Sicilian pies at D'Lisa's. I live Saviano's too for slices.
Mama Lisa's is very good but pricey...Hero Haven has good Italian food at a really good price...they dont have any seafood dishes though but give it a try you will be suprised...Eggplant and Chix parm are good
I was there

Newark, NJ

#14 Oct 17, 2010
RMSmithPt wrote:
Mama Lisa's is very good and I am a super snob when it comes to Italian food. When i first moved out here I would drive back to Deer Park for Sicilian pies at D'Lisa's. I live Saviano's too for slices.
and their hero's blow TJ's away
Confused

AOL

#15 Oct 17, 2010
I love Mama Lisa's and I not find them pricy. I think it is a great value for what you get. They have great baked clams.
Cat Woman

Port Jefferson, NY

#16 Oct 20, 2010
Mama Lisa's is good! But my unlimate favorite in Mastic Beach is Ninos. They are a bit pricy but very delicious.
I was there

Newark, NJ

#17 Oct 20, 2010
Cat Woman wrote:
Mama Lisa's is good! But my unlimate favorite in Mastic Beach is Ninos. They are a bit pricy but very delicious.
I was in there a while back and watched the pizza man drop a pizza dough on the floor, pick some things off it and continue to make the pizza...i was sitting in the back with my son and saw the whole thing....last time they saw me
mastic beach bum

Hicksville, NY

#18 Oct 25, 2010
I was there wrote:
<quoted text>Yea they are really good but very pricey....try hreo haven....good food and a very reasonable price...pizza is good as well
i recommend the tomato and garlic at hero haven.
John

Woodbury, NY

#19 Nov 3, 2010
Has anyone had pizza from Fire Island Pizza on William Floyd pkwy? I NEVER see anyone in there. It always seems to be empty. How do they make any money?

“My rottie wants belly rubs”

Since: Jun 07

A few blocks from the Ocean

#20 Nov 3, 2010
John wrote:
Has anyone had pizza from Fire Island Pizza on William Floyd pkwy? I NEVER see anyone in there. It always seems to be empty. How do they make any money?
Yes possibly the worst tasting pizza on Long Island. I believe the owner owns the building so there is no rent to cover, but still how they stay in business is unimaginable. Also they close early on Fri nights and Sunday evenings. Most other pizza parlors have busy hours during those times.

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