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Patchogue Village looks to ban new bars/restaurants until more parking acquired

Earlier tonight, the Village of Patchogue board scheduled a public hearing to place a moratorium on all restaurants/bars/taverns/nightclubs, excluding the possibility of a hotel for Main Street and …

More restaurants/bars? Despite Patchogue’s nearly recent and largely recognized revitalization, it’s something you have certainly heard time and time again if you live in the …

The new store expands on its Centerport headquarters

The Patchogue icon will continue its staples with some new twists

The crawl is Friday, boat previews Saturday, and parade Sunday

They were judged during Saturday's Fall Fest

Wages with Houston brewery will make whoever loses have to brew the other's beer

Event will celebrate Patchogue, local arts and environmental causes

FINS will hold their annual Patchogue River cleanup on Sept 21

Want to feel right at home on a trip to the city? Soon, you’ll be able to visit a Blue Point brewpub in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn. The Hull, as the underground pub has been named, will …

Centerport Hometown Bake Shop to open in New Village in Patchogue.

Duke’s in Patchogue serves up gourmet hot dogs.

New Patchogue alcohol maker, Better Man Distilling, with tasting room to occupy old Blue Point Brewery on River Avenue.

A plan for a Dunkin’ Donuts on Montauk Highway in North Bellport is before the town board.

Click for things to do this weekend to celebrate America or to just get out of the house

Catch Oyster Bar owners to open hotdog joint at the old Fry Daddy’s on South Ocean Avenue by June 27th Alive After Five ®.

The Farmer’s Market will run from June 9 through October on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the east end of the Patchogue Train Station.

This weekend, Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5, the riverfront restaurants Drift 82, The Oar, Harbor Crab, Dublin Deck and Off Key Tikki will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo, with discounted margaritas, live music and ferry rides.

Plans for the Ping-Pong restaurant at the vacant Furman building have been axed, leaving it open to subdivision, providing three smaller spaces as an opportunity for retail and the possibility of a Greet restaurant.

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