Ronkonkoma is a hamlet on Long Island, New York with a population of around 20,000 people. Ronkonkoma is home to a large railroad station and the Long Island MacArthur Airport, making it a major transportation hub in New York. Ronkonkoma is named for Ronkonkoma Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Long Island and it was a popular summer resort in the 19th and 20th centuries. Many people live in Ronkonkoma today, but it is no longer considered a resort town. There are many thriving businesses, though, including restaurants, shops, cafes, and a veterinary clinic. Ronkonkoma is a good place to live and raise a family, especially fur children!
There are a few dog-friendly restaurants in Ronkonkoma where your dog can join you for a bite while you get a taste of the town. Flanagan's Pub is a dog-friendly restaurant just to the east of Lake Ronkonkoma. The large patio is the pawfect place to dig into dishes like shepherd's pie, corned beef, filet mignon, or pulled pork while your happy dog sits at your side. This pub is just one spot in the Ronkonkoma area that is sure to impress both you and your dog.