Get set to “Eat Mor Chikin,” Farmingville.
Brookhaven Town Councilman Kenneth J. LaValle reported today that plans are underway for a new Chick-fil-A inside the Expressway Plaza Shopping Center on Portion Road near County Road 83.
“At the last Farmingville Resident’s Association meeting, the property owners presented their plan to open a Chick-fil-A on the property,” he posted on Facebook, referring to the shopping center, which is now anchored by a Burlington clothing store. “The residents who attended the meeting had positive feedback towards the developers”
Long Island now counts seven Chick-fil-A locations, including restaurants in Port Jefferson Station, Smithtown, Commack and Garden City. The company is phasing in new eateries in Huntington and Rosedale, and earlier this year announced plans to branch out to West Babylon, Riverhead and Levittown.
The Expressway Plaza has is amidst a renaissance, with the old K-Mart being replaced by Burlington and a Five Below discount store slated to open soon.
Feature photo: Chick-fil-A in Port Jefferson Station (Facebook)