Here’s a look at some of the top business stories in the region this week.
From Port Jefferson:
Shoppers may have noticed recently some refacing work being done at the Nesconset Shopping Center on Route 347 in Terryville. But the bucket trucks shouldn't be in the way of Home Goods, Five Guys Burgers & Fries and Dollar Tree for too long, according to a company spokesperson, as the work should be done by early fall.
From Sayville-Bayport:Sayville Residents Not Thrilled With New Bank’s Look
An informal poll reveals local residents aren’t too happy with the design of the incoming First National branch on Main Street in Sayville and more than a few would rather see Dairy Barn back on the site. Sayville-Bayport Patch reader Heidi Nemith calls its “ugly and mundane,” and lacking character.
Ronkonkoma-based NBTY and its Pure Protein subsidary recently unveiled soft baked bars in double chocolate vanilla and double chocolate peanut butter crunch flavors.
From Westhampton-Hampton Bays:New Mexican Restaurant Opens at Former Trolley Barn Site
A new day dawned for the former Trolley Barn restaurant in Speonk as the new La Copa Dorada Mexican restaurant and bar opened on Thursday.
La Copa Dorada, which means "the golden cup" in Spanish, is a family affair, run by Santon Oseguera and her daughters and other relatives.