TCBY...Minus the Y
Something new at TCBY in East Northport is selling off the shelves, but it’s not typical frozen yogurt – though it sure tastes like it.
Last month, TCBY and Silk launched the first national dairy-free, almond milk-based frozen yogurt, called Silk Chocolate Almond.
Dennis Kaplan, who runs the TCBY in East Northport, across from the Elwood Shopping Center, said that he sold out of the almond milk-based frozen yogurt within the first weeks it was introduced.We tried a taste of the new almond-milk frozen yogurt to see what the buzz was all about. The verdict? Delicious. We’d bet that if we didn’t just tell you it was vegan, you’d never know the difference.
AMF Smithtown Lanes Reopens After Roof Collapse
The rumbling thunder of bowling balls striking pins can be heard echoing through AMF Smithtown Lanes.
AMF Smithtown Lanes has reopened its doors for bowling for the first time since February, when the record-setting blizzard's caused the bowling alley's roof to collapse under the weight of the heavy snow.
Taco Bell Demolished, Updated Building to Come
Taco Bell on Jericho Turnpike in Commack said adiós Wednesday.
The fast food restaurant, located at 2186 Jericho Tpke., was demolished in order to make way for a new, updated building.
Huntington Investors Buy Long-Islander
The Long-Islander newspaper, founded in 1838 by poet Walt Whitman, has been sold to a group of Huntington investors.
On its website, the newspaper said a group headed by James V. Kelly, of Huntington, CEO of JVKellyGroup, Inc., had acquired the paper.
Biz: Fairfield Plans Renovation at Newly Acquired Office Park
The Hauppauge office park formerly known as The Woodlands has a new owner, a new moniker – and soon will have a fresh, new look as well, thanks to a major renovation project already under way. Fairfield acquired The Woodlands in a foreclosure scenario three months ago for $7.95 million, according to a National Real Estate Investor report.