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LONG ISLAND’S MOST AUTHENTIC
ITALIAN CUISINE

Seventh Street Cafe, owned by Victor Scotto, has enjoyed a stellar reputation for unmatched authentic Regional Italian cuisine for the past 26 years. Our menu showcases universally-loved, traditional favorites, as well as trendy new offerings. Our “Daily Specials” board features whole fresh fish, which is flown in every day from various locations.

Specialty Imported Ingredients

Our culinary team imports numerous specialty products from Italy, including burrata, the finest bufala mozzarella, intensely flavorful, farm-made pecorino Romano, black truffles from Abruzzo, nocciola gelato, and biscotti, for our scrumptious homemade tiramisu.

New menu items also now feature many organic products, and gluten-free dishes are now available, as well.

Seventh Street Cafe
Seventh Street Cafe

Authentic European Décor

A 2018 renovation added a fresh, clean, modern vibe, while maintaining the peaceful, enchanting European style we’re known for. Comfortable booths were added in one section of the dining room, and an expansive new bar area was built, made of beautiful white quartz from Italy.

The private catering room received a fresh, new look, and the semiprivate room was also redesigned, to accommodate a new creation: the 20 Table, a large, square table, designed to allow large groups to dine together, with each guest able to easily see and converse with one another.

Private Parties

Seventh Street Café is the perfect place to host your next family party or business function. The same renowned cuisine and above-and-beyond service made famous at the Chateau Briand and the Fox Hollow (Mr. Scotto’s larger facilities), are also available at Seventh Street Cafe, for your smaller gatherings. Our beautiful private and semi-private rooms accommodate up to 75 guests. Allow us to create the perfect backdrop to celebrate your next family function, social gathering, or corporate event.

LUNCH | DINNER | WEEKEND BRUNCH
Reservations recommended on Friday & Saturday evenings