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JON & KRISTEN'S WEDDING

October, 2008 in Bayville
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Ceremony: St Agnes Cathedral
Reception: The Crescent Beach Club

DJ:

Body Rock DJs

185 Westbury Avenue
Carle Place, NY, United States

Florist:

Colonial Flowers

2510 Jerusalem Ave.
North Bellmore, New York 11710-1830, United States

Photographer:

Brett Matthews Photography

86 Mineola Avenue
Roslyn Heights, NY, United States

Tuxedo Rental:

Tuxedo Park Rentals - Tuxedo Rental - 104 Westbury Ave, Carle Place, NY, 11514

Tuxedo Park Rentals

104 Westbury Ave
Carle Place, NY 11514
(516) 294-7300

Videographer:

Wilson Fontaine

30 River Court #1703
Jersey City, NJ 07310, United States

Ceremony:

Saint Agnes Cathedral - Ceremony - 29 Quealy Pl, Rockville Centre, NY, 11570

St Agnes Cathedral

29 Quealy Pl
Rockville Centre, NY, United States

Reception:

Crescent Beach Club - Reception - 333 Bayville Avenue, Bayville, NY, United States

The Crescent Beach Club

333 Bayville Ave
Bayville, NY 11709, US

Hotel:

East Norwich Inn - Hotel - 6321 Northern Blvd, East Norwich, NY, United States

East Norwich Inn

6321 Northern Blvd
East Norwich, NY, United States

Hotel:

Glen Cove Mansion - Hotel - 200 Dosoris Ln, Glen Cove, NY, 11542, US

Glen Cove Mansion

200 Dosoris Ln
Glen Cove, NY, United States
(516) 671-6400

Hotel:

Hilton Garden Inn Westbury - Hotel - 1575 Privado Road, Westbury, NY, United States

Hilton Garden Inn Westbury

1575 Privado Road
Westbury, NY, United States

Hotel:

Long Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center - Hotel - 101 James Doolittle Boulevard , Uniondale, New York, 11553, USA

Long Island Marriott Hotel

101 James Doolittle Blvd
Uniondale, NY 11553

Hotel:

Red Roof Inn-Westbury - Hotel - Dibblee Drive, Garden City, NY, United States

Red Roof Inn

699 Dibblee Dr
Westbury, NY, United States

Trains/Railroad:

Locust Valley LIRR - Trains/Railroad - Birch Hill Rd & Elm St, Locust Valley, NY, 11560

Locust Valley LIRR

Birch Hill Rd & Elm St
Locust Valley, NY 11560

"Located at Birch Hill (Piping) Rd. & Elm St. 30.8 miles from Penn Station Ticket Vending Machine available 24 hours a day. Taxi 1-516-671-0707"

Trains/Railroad:

Oyster Bay LIRR - Trains/Railroad - 199 Audrey Ave, Oyster Bay, NY, 11771

Oyster Bay LIRR

199 Audrey Ave
Oyster Bay, NY 11771

"Located at Audrey Ave. north to station, east of E. Main St. 34.7 miles from Penn Station Ticket Vending Machine available 24 hours a day. Taxi 1-516-921-2141 TO LONG ISLAND MONDAY TO FRIDAY EXCEPT HOLIDAYS"

Trains/Railroad:

Rockville Centre LIRR - Trains/Railroad - N Park Ave & Front St, Rockville Centre, NY, 11570

Rockville Centre LIRR

N Park Ave & Front St
Rockville Centre, NY 11570

"Located at Front St. N. & Park Ave. off Sunrise Hwy. MAP 21.1 miles from Penn Station Ticket Office Taxi 1-516-536-3333"

Restaurant:

18 Bay Restaurant - Restaurant - 18 Bayville Avenue, Bayville, NY, United States

18 Bay Restaurant

18 Bayville Ave # A
Bayville, NY, United States

"8A Bayville Ave. (bet. Bayville Rd. & Bayville Park Blvd.) Bayville, NY 11709 Phone: 516-628-0124 18 Bay There are 20 seats in 18 Bay. Every one should be filled. This bright, cozy restaurant sits opposite the beach and has a sunny, summery style. But the refined, creative Italian food makes it a year-round destination. Chef-owners Elizabeth Wolff and Adam Kopels, who worked at the good-but-gone Il Panino in Huntington, give this newcomer a warm personality -- in the kitchen and the dining room. 18 Bay suggests a coastal Italian spot via New England. It's politely restrained, with a polished wood floor, and soothing paintings of flowers against maize walls. Pumpkins and squashes add a seasonal note, and become updated luminarias at one end of the handsome bar, which itself takes up about a third of the place. A wedge of mellow, near-caramelized cheese pumpkin highlights the vegetable antipasto, which also stars tangy caponata. The respectable seafood antipasto includes tender, blond fried calamari and skewered shrimp. Pasta piselli arrives as a delightful soup, with little shell-shaped pasta, Parmesan cheese and peas, in a light egg drop broth. It's better than the underseasoned version of clam chowder. Crostini capped with roasted red peppers and delicate, olive-oil poached tuna could double as a satisfying lunch. The herbaceous, mellow dish should be a menu regular. Silky ribbons of housemade fettuccine star in the playful "duck carbonara," a riff on the classic Roman pasta. The shards of duck prosciutto, however, are tough as beef jerky, throwing off a spirited dish. Linguine with clam sauce avoids the usual pitfalls and is easily recommended: an aromatic, white production punctuated by thin ovals of garlic and bolstered by a day's catch of dime-size shellfish. The penne alla Bolognese is more workmanlike and could use a bit more salt. The fritto misto of whiting, scallops and shrimp, perfectly gilded, clean and light, evokes a lazy summer afternoon at a shoreline trattoria. Snowy, crisp-skinned blackfish rivals it. Turn the calendar and enjoy rich, terrific braised short ribs, accented with kimchi. The grilled rib steak, juicy and full flavored, with crunchy rounds of potato, tart onions and sauteed spinach, stands out, too. But chicken-under-a-brick is a bland poussin, on a pile of savory root vegetables that deserve top billing. And a duet of pan-seared meatballs is dry, nearly blackened on the outside. The string bean-potato salad alongside works on its own. Desserts are led by a cream cheese cheesecake, with hints of cassis and marzipan. Chocolate bundt cake is on the dry side; panna cotta, routine; poached pear, underdone. But 18 Bay has a well-chosen cheese plate, anchored by sweet Gorgonzola and a New Jersey blue, and rounded out with quince jelly and apricot mostarda. A glass of red wine is all you'll need. By the way, four of those 20 seats are at the bar. Reviewed by Peter M. Gianotti, 11/20/05."

Restaurant:

Ship Wreck Tavern - Restaurant - 10 Bayville Ave, Bayville, NY, United States

Ship Wreck Tavern

10 Bayville Ave
Bayville, NY, United States

"CAPTAIN BARRETT "BRINEY" BAY Born 1913. Lost in Bermuda Triangle 1973. Fascinated by mermaids, Tikis and the South Seas. Great mariner, oceanographer and shipwreck explorer. THE SHIPWRECK TAVERN STORY Welcome aboard the Shipwreck Tavern, where the hidden treasures of the oceans are on display. Opened in 1965 by famed oceanographer and shipwreck explorer, Captain Barrett Bay, the Tavern's unique design was created to showcase Bay's vast collection of salvaged cargo from sunken vessels thought lost forever under the seas. The Tavern is also home to the Captain's family of pet eels, sharks and other exotic fish as well as his good luck charm - a parrot named "Davey Jones". Sailing the world's waterways aboard his specially designed ship "The Ondine", Captain Bay has discovered traces of actual mermaids, sighted the fabled "ghost ship" the Flying Dutchman, and run afoul of treacherous modern day pirates. The Captain was last reported sailing through the Bermuda Triangle in 1973. Alas he has not been heard from since, but the Bay family still has hope that he will return home someday. Every one of his adventures has yielded a priceless find that you can now enjoy... while remaining on dry land. The captain will be serving his fine foods and exotic drinks this fall 2006. Indoor dining room and bar complete with extensive aquariums filled with sharks, moray eels, groupers and other exotic salt water fish. Outdoor dining with authentic tropical tiki bar complete with a large collection of tiki totems and masks from the south seas. Outdoor roof deck and shipwreck bar with beautiful views of Long Island Sound."

Restaurant:

Breakers Restaurant - Restaurant - 12 Bayville Avenue, Bayville, NY, United States

The Breakers

12 Bayville Ave
Bayville, NY 11709

"a little about the breakers... Family-owned since its beginnings in 1971, The Breakers caters to a varied clientele, from families to friends, from local residents who come every week to tourists just passing through. From our fresh seafood that is brought in daily, to our juicy meats, and perfectly cooked vegtables, we offer our customers the highest-quality cuisine at prices . We're currently ramping up our 'Around the World in 40 Beers' program - Sign up, get a free t-shirt, drink 40 beers from our International list, and win a free lobster or steak dinner. Coming soon - our Bar Rewards program - see our Rewards page for more information. We even have Shirley Temples for the kids"

Restaurant:

Walls Wharf - Restaurant - 18 Greenwich Ave, Bayville, NY, 11709

Wall's Wharf Restaurant

18 Greenwich Ave
Bayville, NY, United States

"Wall's Wharf has been in business in historic Bayville for over 50 years. From delicous seafood dishes to their homemade soups and salads, Wall's Wharf has something for everyone. The talented chefs use only the freshest seafood and ingredients in their expertly prepared dishes. Arrive in the evening for a spectacular view of the sunset. Or visit us for lunch after a relaxing walk on the beach or a stroll through charming Bayville. Either way, you and your loved ones will have a peaceful dining experience filled with great food and fine hospitality."

Attraction:

Bayville Amusement Park - Attraction - 8 Bayville Ave, Bayville, NY, 11709

Bayville Amusement Park

8 Bayville Ave
Bayville, NY 11709
516.624.7433

"Bayville Adventure Park 8 Bayville Ave. Bayville, NY 516-624-7433 Bayville Adventure Park, a pirate-themed fun park with bumper boats, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, and tight-rope walking sort of attraction. In the fall the venue becomes Bayville Scream Park, a Halloween theme park, with attractions including Bloodworth Manor, Uncle Needles' Funhouse of Fear, Temple of Terror and the Curse of the Zombie Pirates mini-golf. The attractions stay open beyond the summer as long as weather will permit. In September, the fun house opens and it becomes Bayville Scream Park for Halloween. HOURS Open 10 a.m. -11 p.m. daily WEBSITE bayvilleadventurepark.com MINIATURE GOLF"

Attraction:

Charles E. Ransom Beach - Attraction -

Charles E. Ransom Beach

"BEACHFRONT 800 feet on Sound INFORMATION 516-624-6160 LIFEGUARDS June 14-Sept. 1, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. Beach open to dusk"

Attraction:

Glen Cove Golf Course - Attraction - 109 Lattingtown Rd, Glen Cove, NY, United States

Glen Cove Golf Course

109 Lattingtown Rd
Glen Cove, NY, United States

"Glen Cove Golf Course Long Island Expressway to Glen Cove Road - exit 39 north. North on Glen Cove Road. Turn right on to Northern Boulevard ( route 25A). Turn left on to Wolver Hollow Road. Turn left on to Piping Rock Road. Turn left on to Birch Hill Road. Turn left on to Forest Avenue. Turn right on to Weirs Lane. Bear left to Lattingtown Road ( Skunks Misery Road ). Turn right on to East Beach Drive."

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