Mattituck is now home to a place where you can get fish tacos — and a whole lot more in the realm of seafood — for lunch and dinner. The Crazy Fork opened up last Friday in the space occupied for seven years by the , which closed three months ago. Deli owner Danielle Grzegorczyk brought in chef Dave Distenfeld to help transform the place from outdated deli to a casual and affordable family friendly spot for fresh and fried seafood – something that Distenfeld saw as a missing niche in Mattituck.
The Crazy Fork offers traditional appetizers like oysters on the half shell, clams casino, and — yes — fish tacos; salads, soups and fried baskets; and sandwiches in the $9 to $15 dollar range. Entrees include stuffed flounder, seafood and chicken gumbo and a five-spiced rubbed tuna all for under $20.
Food delivery is a luxury most leave behind in the city for the beaches.
But, in Sagaponack is bringing barbecue and all the fixings to customers who are enjoying a day at in East Hampton Village and don't want to leave.
Deliveries began last summer and are back by popular demand. From noon to 2 p.m. every day, Townline will make deliveries to the beach.
Families hoping to take their kids for a spin on the ice might soon have a new rink in Riverhead to enjoy.
Ray Pickersgill, president of the Riverhead Business Improvement District, and Chris Kempner, Riverhead Town community development director, came before the board at their Thursday work session to discuss proposed plans for an ice rink that would be located near the Peconic Riverfront, behind the Riverhead Diner & Grill, near the town's comfort station.
The project would cost approximately $230,000, with approximately $100,000 secured by a county grant, Kempner said.
As promised, Westhampton developer Andrew Mendelson appeared before the Trustees on August 2, to request a public hearing for a 40,000 square-foot supermarket that he is proposing to construct on 4.2 acres that he owns on Old Riverhead Road.
Standing at the podium, Mendelson said, "I'd like the new board members to give this serious consideration and give the public a chance to weigh in. That is all I am asking for tonight."
The statement comes after Mendelson, on July 30, submitted a request to the village, requesting that the use "grocery store" be added to the village's B-3 district and that the portion of his property that is zoned Industrial be rezoned to the B-3 district.
After contemplating expanding the scope his company serves for the past year and a half, Haweeli said on Tuesday that upon considering which market(s) to enter, only one was left on the list after all was said and done.