Chick-fil-A targets fall launch in Farmingville, with plans for 6 more on LI


Chick-fil-A’s footprint on Long Island is getting bigger.

The fast-food chicken chain is set to open a new location in Farmingville later this year, according to a company spokesperson.

“It’s our pleasure to share that a new Chick-fil-A restaurant in Farmingville is slated to open this fall,” said a representative from Chick-fil-A, Inc.


— tap the headline for all the details —

Construction began last November at the Expressway Plaza Shopping Center off County Road 83. The restaurant will occupy a previously unused section of the center, adjacent to the recently renovated Burger King.

According to plans submitted to Brookhaven Town, the restaurant will cover approximately 4,776 square feet, with 70-80 indoor seats and 28 outdoor seats. Additionally, there will be two drive-thrus, each accommodating up to 14 cars.

LI Expansion

Chick-fil-A has been rapidly expanding on Long Island in recent years.

Last year, the company announced plans for new locations in West Babylon, Riverhead and Selden, while opening stores in Levittown in September and Huntington Station in December 2022. Future openings are planned for Medford, Lake Ronkonkoma, and East Meadow, a Chick-fil-A spokesperson confirmed to GLI. Stay tuned with for updates on these locations.

“We are excited about the prospect of joining these communities, where each locally owned and operated restaurant creates 80 – 120 jobs,” stated Chick-fil-A, Inc. “We look forward to serving new Long Island Guests delicious food in an atmosphere of genuine hospitality.”

Chick-fil-A made its debut on Long Island in 2015 with the opening of its Port Jefferson Station store at 5184 Nesconset Highway.

Top: Chick-fil-A Farmingville progressing along Route 83. (GLI Photo/Nick Esposito)

Our Local Supporters