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Syosset NY

Syosset is a hamlet in Nassau County, located in the northeastern section of the town of Oyster Bay, on the North Shore of Long Island. It’s about 32 miles from Manhattan and features a LIRR train station. The population is just under 19,000 and the town occupies about five square miles.


Syosset is an amazing place to live, with plenty of amenities. It is just minutes away from the Long Island Sound and a short commute to NYC. A true from city to paradise, Syosset features peaceful neighborhoods and a strong community,


Nassau County NY


Syosset is an affluent community, that is well known for its school district and the Syosset railroad Station. The neighborhoods are safe, people are friendly and the views are beautiful. There is great shopping and many places to eat. Residents take pride their community.

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For the Kids

Syosset kids love a visit to Great Play, an interactive gym for kids that’s loaded with award-winning programs that make the development of motor and social skills fun. Another favorite spot is Bounce Trampoline Sports, which features games and entertainment on inflatable structures. Creative kids head to Kraft Hands, a studio that’s more than your typical arts and crafts spot. Their programs feature arts & crafts with dancing, games and other fun-filled activities.


Woodside Golf Club opened in 2010 and offers a manicured golf course, tennis courts, a bar, and a swimming pool. Or head to the nearby Town of Oyster Bay golf course, a public course that features a driving range and a grille. Syosset-Woodbury Community Park is an all-in-one green space with a swimming pool, a kiddie pool, an ice skating rink. Residents can play tennis, basketball, bocce, handball, basketball, shuffleboard, soccer, lacrosse. The park even has a nature trail for those who want a walk in the woods. Or head indoors to New York Sports Club or Orange theory Fitness.

Food & Drink

Syosset NY & Surrounding Area

Top 10 Restaurants

  • Arata Sushi

  • 243 Reviews

  • Phone: +15169218154

  • $$  Japanese

  • Rare650

  • 546 Reviews

  • Phone: +15164968000

  • $$$$  Steakhouses

  • Tenjin Sushi

  • 141 Reviews

  • Phone: +15166825820

  • $$  Japanese

  • Kado Syosset

  • 130 Reviews

  • Phone: +15166779888

  • $$  Asian Fusion

  • Franina

  • 87 Reviews

  • Phone: +15164969770

  • $$$  Italian


There are many places to shop in Syosset. The majority of downtown shopping is located on Jackson Avenue and Berry Hill Road. You can find stores like Designer Exchange, a luxury consignment store, or Wine & Design, a drop-in painting studio for adults that features paint nights or sip parties. Syosset Corners is a shopping center that was recently renovated and features specialty stores, restaurants, banks, and coffee shops.


The Cultural Arts Playhouse of Syosset is a musical theater and acting academy for kids and young adults. iSchool of Music and Arts offers music programs for ages 4-17. Students can participate in private lessons, bands, group classes, and even art classes for tiny Picasso. For a night out on the town, residents can enjoy a movie and a meal at the local theater and the many decadent restaurants with fun ambiance, happy hours and delicious food. One popular spot is Rachel’s Café, a longtime neighborhood spot that offers innovative Italian specials and homemade desserts in a cozy atmosphere.


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Syosset was a farming community in the mid-19th century. In 1854 the Long Island Railroad agreed to extend its main line from Hicksvile to Cold Spring Harbor. A debate occurred around the name for this area, which was sometimes called East Woods, Ketchams, Locust Grove, and Buckwheat. The station was named Syosset, and the origin has been much debated. The Oyster Bay Historical Society has done some research and concluded that the name has neither Native American nor Dutch origins. It’s still a local mystery with no clear answer.


St. Mark’s Coptic Church hosts an annual Egyptian Festival, a unique cultural celebration that takes place over six days in the fall. The festival promises visitors an exclusive tour through parts of old Egypt. Visitors can browse the Egyptian bazaar, listen to traditional music, take in the cultural displays, eat authentic Egyptian dishes, and enjoy entertainment for all ages.