Update (12:30 p.m., Friday): The Michelangelo Pizzeria in Mattituck reopened Thursday several hours after it had been seized for non-payment of taxes. A spokesman from the Department of Taxation and Finance, said Thursday that the business owes $155,471 in taxes. He confirmed the business was allowed to reopen later in the day. READ
It’s not about food trucks.
Let me start by saying I am 100 percent pro-food trucks at wineries, breweries or even farm stands. OK great; now that I have established that, I will continue. READ
I’ve had the privilege of growing up on the East End and I am sad to say that I no longer recognize my home. Over the course of my life, the East End has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. While I am aware this trend has been beneficial for local businesses, I believe we are reaching a tipping point. These past two years I have been away at college and the shock wave that hits me each time I come home for the summer has left me wondering what happened. READ
Transportation has long been a topic of discussion on the North Fork, whether it’s about offering the public ways to get around or managing tourism volume in the busier seasons. (more…)
For those seeking fresh seafood, a prepared meal or prime-cut meats, the Mattituck Marketplace is now the perfect place to grab all three. READ
A Five Guys restaurant could be the newest business on Route 58. READ
Some say the era of brick-and-mortar retail may be waning, but a rundown of current building applications and ongoing projects for Route 58 includes more than a dozen proposals.
So what does that mean for Riverhead’s bustling shopping district? READ
Jan. 11: The Levin family sells its motel and restaurant businesses, The Sound View in Greenport, to Eagle Point Hotel Partners. READ
Looking for a job in retail? Tanger Outlets would like to hear from you. READ
If you’re going to use one word to describe the work done at Island’s End Woodcraft, Greenport’s new custom-made home furnishing, repair and vintage furniture store, it’s best to avoid “repurposing.” READ