Gateway Plaza at 1000 New York Avenue is home to the newest apartments Huntington Station has to offer. This doorman building is conveniently located minutes away from Huntington Village, and the Huntington Station LIRR.
25 Depot Road, Huntington Station
Station Sports offers family friendly fun, for the young or just young at heart. The entertainment center offers a wide variety of attractions and activities including miniature golf, target paintball, wiffle ball and a batting cage. Since Station Sports is open weather permitting be sure to visit on a day you’d like to be outside.
246 Old Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station
American poet, journalist, and essayist Walt Whitman was born in Huntington Station in 1819. His ancestors and family lived in the Huntington area for over 125 years. Today The Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site & Interpretive Center preserves his birth place and welcomes visitors year round. There are multiple areas to experience including the interpretive center, museum and event space. The museum is open daily from June 15 through Labor Day except for major holidays, and Wednesday through Sunday in the winter.
"I think of few heroic actions, which cannot be traced to the artistical impulse. He who does great deeds, does them from his innate sensitiveness to moral beauty"
- Walt Whitman
16 W Jericho Turnpike, Huntington Station
Family-owned and operated Rincon Criollo dishes out hearty Cuban food with daily specials. Enjoy cuban cuisine classics like ropa vieja and fried sweet plantains or indulge in a craft cocktail such as the Mojito Criollo, Miami Hurricane or Havana Iced Tea.
1727 New York Ave, Huntington Station
If late night pizza is your thing, Guiseppe’s will leave the light on for you. Guiseppe’s is open until midnight or later Monday-Saturday, and they close at 10PM on Sundays. They’ve been serving pizza, pasta and other Italian favorites to the Huntington Station community for 25 years.