Written by Jill Nossa Friday, 05 October 2012 00:00
Another business has bitten the dust. Anthony’s Casual Dining, which opened for business in June after more than a year of renovations and public hearings before the zoning board to get the proper parking variances, closed down last month. The restaurant was seemingly a good addition for the neighborhood, as the space, on the corner of Landing Road and Miller, had been vacant for several years. The take-out pizzeria that was supposed to occupy the space next door never even opened. Whether it was not thriving due to location, the economy, or the fact that there are many other restaurants in Glen Cove that serve Italian cuisine is unclear. What is clear is that a new business that seemed to have a lot of potential did not survive longer than the summer season. Let’s hope that someone takes advantage of the newly renovated space and comes in with a business that lasts.
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