Holiday Weekend at Fire Island in Photos

Fire Island PINES by www.carlosmeliablog.comHoliday Weekend at Fire Island in Photos  |  Fire Island, US  |  It’s almost every year for the last 6 years, that we come to Fire Island to spend long Holidays Weekends and others. It’s the opening the Summer 2013 season. Although some of the public areas remain closed, like the iconic Pavillion, Fire Island is always a great getaway from the Big Apple. This year, we are at a new beautiful house on the bay side, only minutes away from the harbor, with fantastic views of the water beyond the outdoor pool. Despite the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Fire Island looks beautiful as always, including the beach line. Hope you like my morning walk photo album after my coffee at the Canteen. Read my past and previous Fire Island post for more info. CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends
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Fire Island Weekend gateway Summer 2012

Fire Island Weekend gateway Summer 2012  |  Fires Island, United States  |  Fire Island located only a two hours away from Penn Station, New York City. Not many people overseas know about this full Gay Spring/Summer Weekend Gateway. What it always amazes me about this option, is that so close to such an overwhelming city like New York, you can have this fantastic outdoor seasonal destination with great beaches and scene where you may choose to relax, enjoy the beach, chill out, wine and dine, socialize or get wild and crazy. I am guilty of all the of them, I year after year, it has always been the best gateway to leave the city for a weekend, and change the air. Continue reading Fire Island Weekend gateway Summer 2012

Fire Island favorite Restaurants day/night

Fire Island favorite Restaurants day/night |  Fire Island, New York |  once you are in the island you are restricted to the local options, and to be honest I am not of the kind that on my time off likes to cook, do groceries or hang around the kitchen. So out of all the option in Fire Island I have pick two of the that will cater to all your needs for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. FYI tea is not an option since I am 100% sure you will be at both the LOW and HIGH Tea where all the crow gathers before the big night begins.
For breakfast, lunch or just to socialize during the day, my choice was canteen. Indoor and outdoor seating area, salads, sandwiches, pastries, coffee and more. Prices for being in an island are pretty reasonable, but expect to pay a few bucks extra on everything. Canteen is located in between Hotel Ciel and the Pavilion complex.
When the lights come down, the option is PINES Bistro. A little Italian Bistro with low light and intimate ambience, located within the Sip & Twirl complex right off the harbor.
My choice for the night there, was the Artichokes starter which fairly good and their famous Chicken Parmigiana which although not looking very catchy to the eyes was very tasty and filling. Average price with 2 glasses of Cabernet  approx. USD 60 per person dessert not included. Enchante CM