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Prominent among island natives, sheep have made their mark in Long Island and is widely known throughout the country as the island's national animal. Natives and visitors alike have given raving reviews about the scrumptuous dishes made using the sheep' meat, referred to all as Mutton.

The annual Mutton Fest is held in March of each year and is a cultural event where Long Island vendors get the opportunity to showcase their creativity in preparing of the mutton in many different styles.

Come and visit us here, for good, family fun and games while enjoying the native mutton, local drinks and live entertainment! 

Organization / Contact
Ministry Of Tourism

Queens Highway
Salt Pond, Long Island