House of India 256 Main St, Huntington, NY11743 House of India has been a part of the Huntington dining experience for close to 15 years. Open for lunch and dinner…More seven days a week, it serves an assortment of attractively presented Indian classics varying in spice intensity. White clothed tables, a graceful and friendly wait staff and the aroma of exotic spices makes House of India one of the most inviting dining destinations on Main Street.
The North Shore Holiday House Thrift Shop sells clothes, home goods, jewelry, small furniture, lines and…More collectibles. Donations are accepted daily; most probably anything is appropriate as long as its clean and gently used.
All proceeds from the thrift shop go to the North Shore Holiday House, a summer camp for girls ages 7 to 11 from lower income homes.
The 1795 Dr. Daniel Kissam House 434 Park Ave, Huntington, NY11743 The Kissam house property is central to many of Huntington's historical and educational societies. The property holds a…More room which summarizes the Kissam Family history and the property and barn are also used for various festivals, the wine tasting and the society's annual meetings. The house was first occupied by Dr. Daniel Whitehead Kissam, a physician from Oyster Bay. This property is open to the public for viewing, but is done only by appointments and with a small admission fee.