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August 06, 2018

Newsday 

By Ian J. StarkSpecial to Newsday Updated August 5, 2018 10:47 AM

These Bloody Marys are anything but basic. Long Island restaurants are stretching the garnish for the brunch staple well beyond a simple stalk of celery — now the drink is coming out with bacon, shrimp, pickled veggies and over-the-top accouterments ranging from a skewered slider to a mini lobster rollprecariously perched on its rim.

WHERE: The Shed (54 New St., Huntington) NAME: “Shrub”-topped Blood Mary TOPPED WITH: A high pile of pickled cucumber ribbon “shrubs.” WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Don't ask what's on the rim -- the glass is coated with a secret mix of salts, herbs and spices. The mix is made with gluten-free vodka, then spiked with a specialty Tabasco-horseradish mix. MORE INFO: 631-385-7433, intheshed.com

February 08, 2018

Newsday Explore Long Island Cover Photo: The Shed Huntington "Mac & Cheese"

By Peter M. Gianotti peter.gianotti@newsday.com

The Shed in Huntington livens up its artful, skillet version of macaroni and cheese, enriched with corn, jalapeños, bacon and scallions, ensuring you get your essential daily quota of each.
The Shed, 54 New St., Huntington, 631-385-7433; intheshed.com

January 29, 2018

John Tunney’s Vision

WHO'S COOKING andrew sheldon | JANUARY 29, 2018

“I loved entertaining with my grandmother, setting everything up and blowing everyone’s mind with little details.”

Most success stories start with humble beginnings—John Tunney’s is no different. Before his illustrious career as a restaurant tycoon, he got his first taste of the hospitality industry helping his grandmother entertain guests at her home. Today, he oversees a culinary empire.

Tunney was destined for the job and knew it from the start. When asked as a child what he wanted to be when he grew up, he drew a door that said “restaurant” on top. Not long after, he began climbing the ranks from teenage dishwasher to server and manager before reaching the top of the mountain: ownership. His first ventures were no small feats. Tunney had a hand in rebranding the historic Oheka Castle, returning it to its Gatsby-era glory, and also helped establish Carltun on the Park in East Meadow. CONTINUE...

December 18, 2017

December 18, 2017 

Written by Salvatore DiBenedetto [@TheGrubfather]

Huntington is thriving when it comes to food. Just about every corner is home to a posh new eatery or concept. This growingly urban vibe Huntington was taking on was missing something though; an all day brunch spot that nailed the classics without a hefty price tag. Cue The Shed. 

Set away from the hustle of Huntington’s main drag, The Shed seems like a tucked away little treasure. Yet this is no hidden gem, both locals and traveling Long Islanders have all been taking refuge in the restaurant. Though quaint, The Shed does not lack a distinct ambiance.

November 27, 2017

By Bridget Shirvell 

You’ll want to live at this restaurant.

Huntington’s new American eatery, The Shed, is the type of restaurant I could live in. The menu is drool-worthy. The vibe is comfortable, a sort of rustic chic, but with interesting art lining the walls and wallpaper that has bunnies on it—and if you’re a Huntington local it’s convenient, located a hop away from the Paramount on New Street. It’s the type of place you want to settle into and stay awhile, and as The Shed is serving lunch and dinner, Tuesdays-Fridays and brunch, lunch and dinner, Saturday and Sunday, you can do exactly that...

December 18, 2017

By Newsday Food Staff December 18, 2017 11:23 AM

You don’t have to go searching around for something good to eat this week. Newsday critics have done it for you, ordering their way through menus expensive and cheap. Here are their picks for the best things to eat on Long Island, drawn from their most recent reviews. Order with confidence.

Skillet mac-and-cheese at The Shed -  laced with bits of bacon, corn, slivered jalapenos and scallions at The Shed in Huntington. Eggs Benedict at The Shed -served with arugula, roasted tomatoes and avocado. Biscuits and gravy at The Shed - giant, flaky biscuits and thick chicken gravy makes a hearty side dish. Reuben sandwich at The Shed -this hearty Reuben sandwich comes stacked with corned beef, melted Swiss, sauerkraut and "Shed sauce" on toasted, marbled rye. Pair it with an ornate Bloody Mary chock-full of veggies. Burrata toast at The Shed brings together cheese, chili berry jam and pea shoots.

November 07, 2017

NEWS 12 Long Island Elizabeth Hashagen

Tasty Tuesday in The Shed Huntington

The Shed in Huntington offers a variety of dishes, including pancakes and omelets to chicken and waffles and  full steak dinners.... view clip for more.

November 20, 2017

By cj arlotta 

A shed is probably the last place a Long Islander would expect to find fresh American comfort food. But a new restaurant in Huntington, The Shed, has a different approach in mind with its brunch, lunch and dinner offerings.

“We felt the name represented: casual, comfortable and familiar,” said John Tunney, who opened the restaurant in October with business partner John Rieger. “[Guests] can bring their kids here during the day, have brunch with their family on the beautiful patio or go out with their friends at night at our amazing bar.”

October 11, 2017

By Erica Marcus erica.marcus@newsday.com   @Erica_Marcus 

Huntington may be Suffolk’s restaurant hub, but breakfast spots in the village are a rarity. The Shed aims to rectify that situation, with a menu that features breakfast all day — plus burgers, sandwiches, salads and bowls, none of which costs more than $20.

December 14, 2017

By Corin Hirsch corin.hirsch@newsday.com  December 13, 2017 

Though The Shed may not call itself a luncheonette, it has one's hallmarks -- but then plays with the formula to create something new. The Shed, which opened in downtown Huntington this fall, is a charming and magnetic place. On Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, executive chef Roberto Baez showed off one of his specialties - roasted tomato benedict. 

All-day breakfast? Check. Bracing coffee? Yup, with cream delivered in mini milk jars. Burgers draped in American cheese? Yes, and onion jam, too. Though The Shed may not call itself a luncheonette, it has one’s hallmarks — but then plays with the formula to create something new. Instead of a Formica counter, there’s an attractive bar. Instead of greasy eggs and bacon, there are eggs Benedict and gluten-free (almond) pancakes, plus grain bowls and craft cocktails galore. The Shed, which opened in downtown Huntington this fall, is a charming and magnetic place.

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OUR LOCATIONS

Serving Brunch, Lunch & Dinner Daily. Closing times may vary slightly. Please note that we do not take reservations.

North Shore Address:

In The Shed Restaurant • 54 New Street Huntington, NY 11743 • 631-385-SHED

Huntington Hours of Operation: Weekdays: Open 10am Mon. - Fri. & Weekends: Open 9am Sat. - Sun.

 

Opens: Tuesday Nov. 19th 10am!
South Shore Address:

In The Shed Restaurant • 21 Main St. West Sayville, NY 11796 

West Sayville Hours of Operation: Weekdays: Open 10am Tues. - Fri. & Weekends: Open 9am Sat. - Sun. (Closed Mondays Until Jan. 20th 2020)

Private Events: We will be starting these post opening. Details to come.

Holiday / Specialty Hours: Closed Thanksgiving

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