Lindenhurst frequenters have a new spot to dine while enjoying live music in the downtown.

Earlier this month, the area’s popular Restoration Kitchen & Cocktails rolled out a new 27 x 13-foot deck that makes space for 30 more diners— the smaller porch at the building’s front turning into strictly a bar scene.

“Outdoor seating is the way to go,” Restoration’s owner Billy Miller told GreaterBabylon. “Give me a good beer and some good music and let me sit outside and I’m in heaven. That’s all I need.”

Restoration Kitchen, Long Island’s only nonprofit eatery, is known for making old things new again, such as the 250-year-old ladders that decorate the restaurant’s ceiling.

Same goes for the new seating on the deck.

“I had my whole staff come in and paint chairs,” said Miller. “They all put their personality on it.”

As far as music goes, Restoration Kitchen— located at East Hoffman Avenue— secured a cabaret license through the village, which allows live music Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, as well as Sunday afternoons.

According to Miller, there will be a variety of acts from solos to duos.

To learn what’s playing, make sure to follow them on Facebook.

Scroll down to see photos of the new outdoor dining area.

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