Long Island restaurants that have lasted 50-plus years: Louie's Grill & Liquors (1905)

Louie's Grill & Liquors (395 Main St., Port Washington): Louie’s started in 1905 as the “Kare Killer,” a floating eatery and saloon. It has undergone a few lives. The waterfront location and the view at sunset have been lures for decades, along with the traditional seafood and flavorful updates from new chef Tomo Kobayashi. Exit sauerbraten and cioppino. Recommended: gingery lobster Cantonese, New England-style lobster roll, New England clam chowder, bone-in rib-eye steak. More info: 516-883-4242, louiessince1905.com

(Credit: Daniel Brennan)

An appetizer of herbed, steamed Chilean sea bass, with baby bok choy and peas, is dressed with black bean sauce at Louie's Grill & Liquors in Port Washington.

(Credit: Daniel Brennan)

Patrons sip wine and chat at one of the high-top tables near the bar of Louie's Grill & Liquors in Port Washington.

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