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Gatsby’s Landing Roslyn is Located on Old Northern Boulevard on The North Shore of Long Island in the charming Village of Roslyn. This location offers an extraordinary dining experience with serene views of Roslyn Pond and beautiful outdoor seating. 

Gatsby’s Landing Times Square is located at the Crossroads of the World in Times Square. This popular location is in the heart of New York City located along Broadway, the Theater District, and close to the famous Rockefeller Center.

Showcasing its esteemed New American cuisine with creative use of seasonal, organic, and farm-fresh ingredients. Gatsby’s Landing restaurants encompass a vintage feel with a warm and embracing atmosphere. The name was inspired by F Scott Fitzgerald’s great American novel, "The Great Gatsby". Gatsby’s Landing restaurant décor is both stylish and sophisticated with its overhead crystal chandeliers and glass sconces that sparkle and shimmer as guests move throughout the space, creating an ever-changing sense of refined splendor. The trendy Bar-Lounge offers an assortment of wines, beers, and creative cocktails to please all tastes. If you’re lucky enough, you may even see Ms. Daisy Buchanan herself enjoying a cocktail.

We are Open… with hours of operation including Lunch and Dinner served 7 days a week as well as Saturday and Sunday Brunch.

Hear what they're saying:

22 Times Square Restaurants Where New Yorkers Actually Eat

By by Ryan Sutton and Robert Sietsema at

“A Times Square location for a Roslyn-based restaurant, the place serves lush salads, flatbreads, sliders, brick-oven pizza, and entrees like pork chops and burgers in a dining room that feels a bit dressed up, with sparkly chandeliers, brass fixtures, and a mirrored bar with pearlescent accents.”

The best restaurants for fine dining on Long Island: Our picks for 2016-2020

By Newsday's Peter M. Gianotti, Melissa McCart and Erica Marcus

“Gatsby's Landing (1362 Old Northern Blvd., Roslyn): Glenn and Danai Falcone opened this impressive neighborhood restaurant as an homage to “The Great Gatsby,” in a restaurant overlooking the Roslyn duck pond. The place has enticed the crowd with tasteful décor and a menu that includes very fresh seafood starters, of-the-moment salads and pastas that haven’t hit mainstream —such as the corkscrew-shaped Sicilian busiate, tubelike paccheri from Campania,Roman tonnarelli and chitarra from Lazio. Among entrees, brick chicken, flattened by the cooking method and with a crisp skin that protects flavor. Juicy meat and lamb chops wear a char and rosy interior.”

Valentine's Day Restaurants: Picks for Long Island's most romantic eateries

By Newsday's Erica Marcus and Gary Duff

"Gatsby's Landing (1362 Old Northern Blvd., Roslyn): If you, too, like Jay Gatsby, are pulling out all the stops for your one true love, make a reservation at Glenn and Danai Falcone's Gatsby's Landing. The cozy and intimate dining room, painted royal blue and kept shimmering with help from a few elegant chandeliers, is full of North Shore glamour."

Romantic Long Island Restaurants Perfect For Valentines Day

By CBS New York's John Friia

"Gaining inspiration from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s famed novel, Gatsby’s Landing brings a stylish and sophistication to the quaint and historical village. With views of Roslyn Duck Pond, Gatsby’s Landing exudes a vintage, yet contemporary feel that matches its esteemed New American cuisine."

Gatsby's Landing Merges Old and New - Farm-to-table restaurant opens in downtown Roslyn

By The Roslyn Times - Chris Adams

"Gatsby's Landing on Old Northern Boulevard is the new eatery in town"

"The Restaurant opened on Aug. 1, and it offers a menu of New American dishes, a fusion cuisine that reflects the country's melting pot culture"

Gatsby’s Landing Review: ‘The Great Gatsby’-inspired restaurant serves captivating menu in Roslyn

By Newsday's Melissa McCart

"There’s a green light in the window of a storefront in Roslyn, the most visible sign for the new Gatsby’s Landing. It’s also a literary reference to a faraway light on the dock in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby”—a symbol of dreams and aspirations."

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