Town of Smithtown residents have an opportunity to share their thoughts on whether Nesconset should become the second town on Long Island to have a Sonic restaurant.
Smithtown Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing on on the corner of Middle Country Road and Alexander Avenue, near Smith Haven Mall, at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Eugene A. Cannataro Senior Citizen Center.
An attorney representing Valley Stream-based Serota Smithtown LLC will present detailed plans for the 2,100 square-foot Sonic, a 1950s diner-style restaurant its outdoor food service as an accessory use to its indoor seating, according to a Newsday article.
The hearing is necssary as the developers are asking for a special-exception use permit to build the restaurant, as outdoor dining is not allowed within the Town of Smithtown.
Residents will have a chance to chime in on whether or not they think a Sonic restaurant is a good idea in Nesconset.
We'd like to ask you, would you support having a Sonic restaurant in Nesconset?