Suffolk’s last Uncle Louie G’s set to close in Lindenhurst


After a decade of serving frozen treats, Uncle Louie G’s announced its closing in Lindenhurst.

A Facebook post from the location says the storefront at 198 East Montauk Highway will have its last day of operation Saturday, Nov. 19, from noon to 5 p.m.

“We want to thank everyone who has supported us,” the post reads. “We hope we delivered on making all of you ‘feel like a kid again.'”

It’s the lone Suffolk County location. There are three other franchises in Nassau County in Seaford, Oyster Bay and Oceanside.

The Lindenhurst location was taken over by a a local family in 2019. The operators Michael and Nora Dorso, a husband and wife tea, have lived in the Lindenhurst neighborhood for 25-plus years.

“We live right down the block,” Michael previously told GreaterLindenhurst. “It is a great community with the best neighbors.”

It is unclear what will happen to the property in the future. Please check back with for updates.

about Uncle Louie G’s

Uncle Louie G’s is a homemade Italian ice and ice cream shop that was founded in Brooklyn in 1956. Currently, there are nearly 50 franchise locations, with a majority of them in the New York metropolitan area and in Florida.

Top: File photo of Uncle Louie G’s location in Lindenhurst.