Outdoor dining opens today as Long Island enters phase two

TOWN OF ISLIP, NY (OnSachem.com / OnTownMedia.com) — Nearly 50 restaurants in the Town of Islip have been granted temporary outdoor dining/tent permits in advance of today’s phase two reopening, town officials announced.

“Suffolk County leaders have been advocating for restaurants to have the ability to reopen outdoor dining. Given that the Town of Islip offers miles of waterfront restaurants, and that many of our inland restaurants offer dining alfresco, it is essential that these establishments have the opportunity to open their outdoor and waterfront spaces at the earliest and most prudent time,” said Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter.

The NYS requires outdoor tables to be spaced six feet apart, all staff to wear face coverings at all times, and customers to wear face coverings when not seated.

The Town of Islip announced the following restaurants or pubs have been granted temporary outdoor dining/tent permits:

- Oconee Diner, 749 Montauk Hwy, Islip

- Nicky’s on the Bay, 150 S Clinton Ave, Bay Shore

- Coastal Kitchen, 12 E Main St, Bay Shore

- ITA Kitchen, 45 W Main St, Bay Shore

- The Linwood, 150 E Main St, Bay Shore

- Corks & Taps, 53 W Main St, Bay Shore

- Fire Island Vines, 53 W Main St, Bay Shore

- Treme, 553 Main St, Islip

- Aegean Café, 35 N Main St, Sayville

- Swept Away, 25 Bayview Ave, Bay Shore

- Dang BBQ, 174 Islip Ave, Islip

- The Lakehouse, 135 Maple Ave, Bay Shore

- Toast Coffee House, 9 S Park Ave, Bay Shore

- Hurricane Grill and Wings, 694 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge

- Changing Times, 29 East Main Street, Bay Shore

- Tellers, 605 Main St, Islip

- Verace, 599 Main St, Islip

- The Cull House, 75 Terry St, Sayville

- Applebee’s Grill

- Home Towne Tavern, 2800 Pond Rd, Ronkonkoma

- Local Burger, 62 E Main Street, Bay Shore 

- The Penny Pub, 79 W Main St, Bay Shore

- T.J. Finley’s, 42 E Main St, Bay Shore

- Café Joelle, 25 Main St, Sayville

- Verde Kitchen, 70 E Main St, Bay Shore

- Secatogue Brewing, 375 Union Blvd, West Islip

- Eleanor’s Lounge, 4103 Sunrise Hwy, Bohemia

- Mario Restaurant, 644 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, Hauppauge

- Mannino’s Restaurant, 1575 New York 27A, Oakdale

- Off the Block, 501 Montauk Hwy, Sayville

- The View, 3 Consuelo Pl, Oakdale,

- Salt & Barrel, 61 W Main St, Bay Shore

- Southside Restaurant, 5 3rd Avenue, Bay Shore

- George Martin’s Strip Steak, 60 River Rd, Great River

- Sempre Vivolo, 696 Motor Pkwy, Hauppauge

- JT’s Farmhouse, 291 Bayport Ave, Bayport

- The Parlor House, 298 W Main St, Sayville

- The Chowder Bar, 123 Maple Ave, Bay Shore

- Farrell’s, 263 Higbie Ln, West Islip

- Sayville Athletic Club, 209 Railroad Ave, Sayville

- Napper Tandy’s, 60 E Main St, Bay Shore

“This is a major milestone for Suffolk County restaurants owners, who have endured more than 100 days of take-out service only, or, who elected to remain temporarily closed,” said Carpenter. “Now that summer weather is upon us, customers are eager to return to dining outdoors. We must be mindful, and continue to maintain social distancing and wear a face covering to ensure that as we reopen, we continue to stop the spread of COVID-19.”


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