Ashley Rutkowski (left), Jackie Wilsberg and Chelsea Chalone in Love Lane Sweet Shoppe. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
For more than a decade, Jackie Wilsberg has been the warm, familiar face behind the counter at Love Lane Sweet Shoppe in Mattituck. Wilsberg and her husband, Bill, purchased the business in January 2009 with the goal of keeping the longstanding candy and gift shop as charming as it’s been since opening in the 1980s.
Lifelong Mattituck residents, the Wilsbergs often visited Love Lane Sweet Shoppe, which had moved around a couple locations on the street before settling in its current 11,000-square-foot space in 1996. They brought their two daughters to shop for sweet treats and Beanie Babies, developing a relationship with the store’s previous owners throughout the years. (more…)
Kyle and Emil Breitenbach at their Main Road farm stand Friday. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
Brothers Emil and Kyle Breitenbach are reviving their Riverhead family’s generations-old farming legacy with the opening of their new Main Road farm stand in Aquebogue.
Breitenbach Farms lifted the garage-style doors of its modest red farm stand across the street from Verderber’s Nursery & Garden Center for a soft opening today, Friday, May 10. The location is an iconic one, operating as a farm stand for 75 years, originally as Skelly’s Farm Stand and for the last 20 years as Wells Homestead. (more…)
Staff was bringing in merchandise to the Main Street store on Tuesday morning. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
A British clothing and accessories brand with a memorable name is coming to Greenport.
FatFace is slated to open in the former Goldmith’s Toys location at 136 Main Street today, Thursday, May 9. The toy store moved to 128 Main Street last year.
Founded in 1988, the causal-chic brand includes lines for women, men and children along with footwear and accessories. Shoppers can expect FatFace’s summer line to be on full display when the store opens, selling everything from flip flops to hoodies and chinos.
The Steak Amazonia entree and tostada salad at Latin Fuzion. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
There’s a new restaurant in Southold with a menu that melds made-from-scratch Tex-Mex fare with authentic Guatemalan flair.
Latin Fuzion Restaurant, located in the former Robert’s Jewelers space in Feather Hill Commons, opens Sunday, just in time for Mother’s Day. Its offerings include a little bit of everything, from standard Mexican dishes like tacos and quesadillas to buffalo chicken wraps and barbecue pulled pork and daily Guatemalan specialties.