“We are thrilled to welcome new businesses to Farmingdale Village," said Mayor Ralph Ekstrand. "The caliber of shops and merchants continue to offer a dynamic variety of shopping, dining and entertainment experiences.”
The village has seen a wide variety of new businesses including restaurants, retail shops, a yoga studio and a gaming center.
“The Village continues to attract new businesses
with a quick approval process, plus we offer a grant for signs, lights
and awnings. A program exists that subsidizes 80 percent paid for by a village
Village officials said these new businesses are examples of things to come:
- The Rolling Spring Roll (Vietnamese Food)
- La Bottega (Italian Gourmet, Panini, salads and more)
- Satya Yoga Studio
- A Taste of Long Island (Specialty Food Market and Commercial Kitchen)
- 3 Brothers Pizza Café ( Regular and Vegan menu)
- Empire Gaming (Gaming/Comic shop)
- UVA Wine & Spirits
- The DiVine Olive (fine oils & vinegars)
- Phoenix Eastern Medical Center
- Parcel Management Auditing & Consulting
Village officials said several new businesses are in the planning stages and could open soon: They include: Café Dolce Vita, Dark Horse Tavern, Thomas & Ellen, Charlotte’s Frozen Yogurt, Blue Hawaiian Restaurant, and a Farmingdale Diner.
The village, home to more than 9,000 residents and 200 businesses, has approved several construction projects that are moving forward, officials said.The village offers more information on its website here: www.farmingdalevillage.com and on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/Farmingdale11735
Interested residents or business owners can call 516-249-0093.
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