Restaurants in Williston Park, NY

Even though Hildebrandt’s time-honored soda fountain has closed, Williston Park has a couple of alluring Roadfood destinations, both with an Italian accent. La Parma, with branches in Huntington and Oceanside, is known for family-size portions of beautifully-prepared standards such as bruschetta, stuffed artichoke, spaghetti with white clam or red clam sauce,  and just about every other shape of pasta one encounters in Italian-American restaurants. Especially notable is Shrimp La Parma, which come swimming in a sauce of butter, white wine, lemon juice, and plenty of garlic. Gino’s offers pizza with either thin or thick crust, as well as the unique Long Island style known as a Grandma Pie. It’s square with a medium-thick crust that gets a crisp veneer thanks to being cooked in an olive-oil-coated pan. Its distinctive characteristic is that the cheese goes on first, then the red sauce.

Williston Park’s Most Famous Dishes

4-vegetable plate: beets, corn pudding, yam casserole, mashed potatoes


Long metal dish holds ice cream, syrup, chopped nuts, and whipped cream.

Ice Cream Sundaes

Cheeseburger is stacked in a bun with tomato and lettuce on a sunny outdoor table.


Scoops of strawberry, pistachio, and vanilla ice cream accompany a slice of 4-layer chocolate cake.

Ice Cream

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