If you call Avalon Huntington Station your home, consider The Paramount one of the greatest treats your neighborhood has to offer. One of the nicest features about Long Island is its proximity to New York City and the accessibility to the city’s culture, however, going to New York for a show or concert is a reasonable journey. The Paramount is a reputable local venue that offers big-name shows, consistently filling their event calendar with notable acts on its stage. Rocker Billy Joel held a surprise performance there in October of 2013, and icon Elvis Costello opened the venue in September of 2011.
Although it is mostly surrounded by privately owned areas, anyone who calls Huntington home should try and spend some time at Huntington Harbor. Located three miles from Avalon Huntington Station, getting to Huntington Harbor is simple – just drive north up New York Avenue, continue past Main St (Rt. 25A) until you arrive at two traffic circles; the second one is at an intersection with Mill Dam Road. At that point, any traveling west or north will reveal the handsome body of water.
With all the takeout available around Huntington, it’s easy to stay in and have a bite. Then again, there are so many spots that specialize in robust food, it can be even harder to keep from eating out on a daily basis!
Living at Avalon Huntington Station has its perks: an unbeatable location, stunning amenities, and a professional staff just waiting to make your life easier. Today, we’re asking Mike some questions about the neighborhood, fun local day trips and most importantly — the best pizza in NYC!
Need a getaway from your busy,work-filled week? Plan a day trip for you and a loved one! We’ve prepared your itinerary so there’s nothing for you to do except pack up the car to head out of your luxurious Avalon Huntington Station apartment for the day (don’t worry, it’ll still be there when you return). A day trip is all you need to recuperate and rejuvenate, so hit the road and check out all that the surrounding area has to offer.