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Please note that prices and other details can often change. Built in the 1640s as a private residence, the house was converted into an inn in 1770, and these days the six sumptuous rooms come with Frette linens and flat-screen televisions.

What a great way to unwind after a long work week..kick off a night on the town!

Although this is a late night event, don't arrive too late! Get there early to beat the line, enjoy some COMPLIMENTARY APPETIZERS (Until pm), and meet as many people as possible!

Long Island After Dark - Remember the line from the "Cheers" theme song? Well, Long Islanders want to go where everybody knows their name - in most cases, anyway.

Sometimes they want to go where everybody just wants to have FUN!

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Lodging on the eastern end and North Fork of Long Island tends to be either expensive or rustic, unless you have a fondness for dowdy bed-and-breakfasts.