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Top 3 Long Island Bars to Visit Using a Limo Service

November 5, 2010

Have your limo service take you to the Black Forest Brew Haus in Long Island to experience 200-year-old bee recipes.

Want to go bar hopping in Long Island this weekend but can’t get anyone to volunteer to be the designated driver? A limo service can help! If you’re going out for a special occasion, party buses on Long Island can seat up to 50 people. If you’re just going out for a fun night on the town with a few friends a smaller limo such as the Lincoln Town Car limo complete with chauffeur can make sure you get where you want to go and home safe and sound. Aren’t sure where you want your limousine to take you? Try one of all of these fun bars in Long Island, New York.

Red Bar and Restaurant: This bar is a favorite gathering place for area hipsters, according to If you want to have dinner, the restaurant menu offers tempting entrees like banana-curry tiger shrimp and grilled filet mignon. If you’re stopping by to take advantage of the sleek bar area, the Red Bar has an impressive wine list as well as an array of cocktails.

Black Forest Brew Haus: This German-styled brew house uses 200-year-old recipes to produce micro-brewed beer that you can’t find anywhere else. Stop by every Friday from November 5-26 to see the legendary dueling pianos and enjoy some of the best beer, burgers, filet mignon, sauerbraten and pork rippchen in the area.

Boardy Barn: If you’re looking for a casual, laid back place to chill out, Boardy Barn is for you. It’s been a local favorite since the 1970’s and attracts an array of 20-somethings seeking cheap beer and good music.

Now that you know where to tell your party buses to take you on Long Island, sit back, relax and enjoy a night out with friends.


Long Island Wineries to Visit On Your Next Limousine Tour

April 30, 2010

The Macari Vineyard is just one of the 23 wineries on Long Island you can visit while on a limousine tour.

There are 23 different wineries that are available to experience while on a Long Island limousine tour and all of them are spectacular. However, since you’ll probably only have time to see 3-5 different Long Island wineries during your tour, how will you choose which ones to visit, especially on your first trip? To help you make the decision, the next few blog posts will describe the different wineries, so you can not only get excited for your first wine tour, but also figure out which ones are a must-visit for you and your group.

Macari Vineyards & Winery: This winery is located on the North Fork of Eastern Long Island in Mattituck and is owned and operated by the Macari family. It was established in 1995, but the property has been in the Macari family for about 50 years. The vineyard has 180 acres of vines with additional farmland that houses to cows, goats, Sicilian donkeys and ducks. The Macari family is dedicated to a more natural approach to winemaking and Joseph Macari, Jr. is recognized as a leader in the movement toward organic farming on Long Island. Critics have called the Macari’s wine “beguiling” and “complex” and their beautiful wine tasting area has lovely views overlooking the vineyard.

Waters Crest Winery: Located on the East End of Long Island, this family owned and operated winery produces wines made primarily from Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Chardonnay grapes. The tasting room has a barrel-and-marble bar with a view of where the wine is made. There’s also a Waters Crest Wine Club that allows members to sample new vintage wines straight from the barrel.

Bedell Cellars: Owned by Michael Lynne, the producer of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Nightmare on Elm Street, Hairspray and the Austin Powers films, this winery is among the oldest on the North Fork of Long Island. During your limousine tour visit, you’ll be able to sample Bedell’s blends called Taste, Gallery and Musée. The property include 100 acres of vineyards and winery that was completed in 2005. The tasting room is actually a renovated potato barn that was built in 1919 and contains a collection of contemporary art. The property also boasts an outdoor tasting pavilion that gives visitors are view of the vineyard and farmland.

Palmer Vineyards: Once described as “Long Island’s most important winery,” Palmer Vineyards takes pride in each wine they produce. They have a wide variety of wines, and their large wine tasting area has a breathtaking view of the property. Palmer wines are sold in many stores across the country and can also be found in top restaurants such as Gallaghers Steak House, Fultons Crabhouse and The View Restaurant.
Stay tuned next week to hear about even more beautiful wineries that are available to visit during a Long Island limousine tour from Five Towns Limo.

A Guide To The Types Of White Wine You’ll See On A Long Island Limousine Tour

April 22, 2010

Sample many types of delicious wine while on a delightful Long Island limousine wine tour.

Last time we discussed the types of red wine you will come across when on a Long Island limousine wine tour. White wine tends to be much sweeter and lighter than most red wines. This makes white wine more popular with people who aren’t usually big wine drinkers. White wine can be dry or sweet and some varieties can be made bubbly or still. Here is an outline of the most common types of white wine so you will know what to expect on your Long Island limousine tour.

  • Chardonnay: This was the most popular white grape in the 1990s, and can be made sparkling or still. It is nice to pair with fish or chicken dishes and is a wide-bodied wine with rich citrus flavors. When it is fermented in new oak barrels it adds a buttery flavor of vanilla, toast, coconut and toffee.
  • Pinot Grigio: This wine is a little dryer, but has a pleasant fruity flavor that improves after a few years in the bottle. It’s very versatile and can be paired with many different dishes.
  • Riesling: Riesling can be dry or sweet, but is generally much lighter than Chardonnay. It has a fresh taste with a hint of apples, and the flavor improves greatly with age. Dry versions of Riesling pair well with meals that contain fish, chicken and pork.
  • Sauvignon Blanc: This wine is great with seafood, poultry and salads. It’s flavor usually consists of apples, pears and gooseberries or tropical fruits like melon, mango and blackcurrant.
  • Muscat: This wine is best on its own, without being paired with food. It generally has a sweet and fruity taste.

These white wines are light and fruity, perfect for a spring or summer afternoon in the country. Now when you are on your next Long Island limousine wine tour, you’ll be able to know beforehand which wines you will be interested in sampling and you’ll impress your friends with your wine knowledge. Reserve a Five Towns limo today.