Sayville’s annual Fall Festival was held on Main Street on Saturday. The event started with a parade at 10 a.m. that ended on Railroad Avenue. The parade was accompanied with Halloween music, and kids were able to show off their awesome costumes during the procession. Several of Long Island’s best bands played between 11 a.m. […]
Paul Simon’s “Graceland” bassist Bakithi Kumalo headlines an array of musical talent performing this Saturday at Sayville’s daylong Fall Fest on Main Street. Perhaps best known for his groovy bass break on Simon’s mega 1986 hit “You Can Call Me Al,” Kumalo’s must-see-and-hear performance is at 2 p.m. on the Candee Avenue stage. “You Can Call Me […]
It’s a safe bet to say the Safe Stop program, launched last week by the Greater Sayville Civic Association, is a win-win initiative for the Sayville community, strengthening ties between business owners, parents, children and the community-at-large. “We’re not sending out a message that Sayville is unsafe. Our message is we are a community that […]
This isn’t representative of beautiful downtown Sayville, says Greater Sayville Chamber president Eileen Tyznar, who has been working on getting the lot fixed and cleaned up since the start of her presidency about a year ago and during her vice presidency the year prior. The town-owned lot, she said, is in terrible condition with several […]
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Help Beautify Our Community A visually appealing community attracts business, increases property values, and improves the neighborhood’s image. Beauty is one of the three most influential factors in the community. Economic Development, Tourism Development and Quality of Life Issues are all reasons that The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce took on such a rewarding project. […]
The long-troubled parking lot on N. Main Street, adjacent to the Sayville Plaza, was opened to patrons and other residents on Thursday, Jun. 20. The lot was abruptly closed to vehicles in April. The Town of Islip previously leased the property in order to provide extra parking spaces for Main Street businesses but stopped doing […]
Monthly specials at Sayville and West Sayville’s very own restaurants, pubs and even our local winery!
On May 1st, The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce kicked-off Restaurant Month as part of the Town of Islip’s year-long 335th Birthday Celebration. See the list below for details, and watch the video highlighting the town’s oldest establishment, The Sayville Inn: Parlor House Grill (prix fixe) Bluestone Tavern (prix fixe) The Cull House (prix fixe […]