There are ten towns in Suffolk County, New York, and one of them is known as Babylon. It has a population of over 214,000 people, and it's only 20 miles from New York City. The town's history dates back to 1710 when Babylon was known as Huntington South. "The New Babylon" was inscribed in the chimney of the first home built in the area. In 1830, Huntington South was officially known as Babylon, and the town has been growing ever since. Today, it's a great place to live and play with your pets, and there are several veterinary offices in and around the area.
One of the dog-friendly attractions in Babylon is the Tres Palms eatery. It's a casual place with delicious food and drinks that is a staple in Babylon. They have seven outdoor tables that welcome dogs, so you don't need to leave Rover at home when you head out for a bite. This waterfront bar and eatery offers dishes like a Fiesta grilled cheese sandwich or grilled shrimp pinchos and wash them down with a refreshing Bloody Goose cocktail. Once you get a taste of Babylon, you'll see why so many dog owners love to call it home!