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Critic’s Choice: The Surf Room At The Long Beach Hotel

Miller - Surf_Room Window SeatingBy Rochelle Maruch Miller
That the Surf Room has been garnering rave reviews since celebrating its recent grand opening is not surprising. Featuring spectacular glatt kosher cuisine, unsurpassed service, and great ambiance, the restaurant offers its guests, who come from Long Beach, the Five Towns, and well beyond, a truly unique dining experience.
Nestled like a precious gem in the elegant Long Beach Hotel, just one block off the beach, with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the historical Long Beach boardwalk, the Surf Room features a plethora of palate-pleasing possibilities on its menu. They offer everything from a whole branzino to lamb kebobs, from superb steaks to a stellar selection of appetizers and desserts. The restaurant also features a large selection of fine kosher wines and specialty drinks served by a professional mixologist.Miller - Surf Room Whole Bronzino
Setting standards of excellence for its world-class cuisine, signature service, and impeccable kashrut, the Surf Room is glatt kosher, chassidishe shechitah, under the supervision of the South Shore Vaad and Rabbi Chaim Wakslak, rav hamachshir, mara d’asra of Young Israel of Long Beach. Featuring catering by Kadosh Caterers, this is fast becoming the venue of choice for beautiful special events. With meticulous attention to every detail, the staff will customize your celebratory event, bringing your dreams to fruition.Miller - Surf Room Sorbet Lollipops
It is just five minutes away from the Long Island Railroad, 25 minutes from JFK International Airport, and 40 minutes from the “City that Never Sleeps,” providing out-of-town guests attending your simcha with an endless array of possibilities exploring New York City’s finest attractions. Additionally, the hotel is just a short drive to historic Roosevelt Field Shopping Center. A beautiful facility featuring delicious cuisine and a highly attentive staff, the Long Beach Hotel has over 120 guest rooms and suites. Imagine not having to spend endless weeks worrying about where to house family and friends from distant venues attending the aufruf, Shabbos kallah, wedding, and sheva berachos. And what a perfect choice for a weekend bar mitzvah! Whatever the occasion, the Long Beach Hotel’s staff is unsurpassed in making every event extraordinary, thereby ensuring you and your guests a flawless and enchanting event, the stuff of which lifetime memories are made.Miller - Surf Room Bar
Whether you are hosting or attending a special event at the Surf Room or enjoying an intimate dinner for two, a business lunch, or a family night out, we highly recommend them for a great dining experience. Warm and welcoming, it will afford guests a veritable sensory delight—visually aesthetic and offering an extensive menu of culinary masterpieces—within the beautiful environs of the Long Beach Hotel. Here, only minutes away from the Five Towns and in close proximity to the five boroughs and the entire tri-state area, guests will experience fine dining, transforming any evening into a special occasion.
“We made sheva berachos for our grandson at the Surf Room and the level of service was nothing short of perfection,” says S.R. of Brooklyn. “We wanted to do something beautiful and unique and the evening felt almost magical. The food was delicious, the presentations were exquisite, and the service was exceptional. We are still getting phone calls and texts about what an amazing sheva berachos we made, but I must give credit where credit is due, to the amazing staff at the Surf Room. And my grandchildren are thrilled!”
The Surf Room at the Long Beach Hotel is located at 405 East Broadway in Long Beach, New York. For reservations and further information, please call 516-544-4444 or visit To schedule a consultation, please call Jackie Salorio, sales and event manager, at 516-544-4444.

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