The Manhasset Chamber of Commerce will be hosting “Manhasset Al Fresco,” a series of evenings out on the town for outdoor dining, shopping and live entertainment on Plandome Road. The event will allow for road closures for pedestrians and outdoor dining on Plandome Road and is scheduled to take place on Sundays from 3:30 to 9:30 p.m. beginning June 27, alternating every other week between South Plandome Road and North Plandome Road. The kickoff night will encompass businesses on South Plandome Road, with the following event featuring businesses on North Plandome Road.
South Plandome Road will be closed to traffic from Park Avenue to Dennis Street on Sunday, June 27, July 25, Aug. 22 and Sept. 26. North Plandome Road will be closed to traffic from Hillside Avenue to Colonial Parkway on Sunday July 11, Aug. 8, Sept. 12 and Oct 10. To add to the festivities, there will be entertainment and appearances by local talent, in addition to the outdoor dining and shopping.
The Manhasset community is invited to stroll on Plandome Road in a safe and festive atmosphere. Attendees are asked to follow current CDC guidelines during the events and to maintain proper distance while enjoying a night on the town.
Manhasset Al Fresco is sponsored in part by the Town of North Hempstead’s Lift Up Local initiative to support local businesses following the coronavirus. The program’s event sponsors are Americana Manhasset, Manhasset Dental, Herb & Olive Marketa, Adelina Salon Boutique, Daniel Dale Sotheby’s, International Realty, Traci Conway Clinton Team of Compass, AKT Manhasset and Gift of Life International. Its supporting sponsors are ProMet Physical Therapy, Greens Irish Pub, Mosquito Hunters of Northern Nassau, Buttercooky Bakery, Julia Day Spa, Pluckd Studio, John Paterno Inc, Home Run Electric, Moves and Motions School of Dance/Enchanted Parties, Manhasset Cinemas, Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Filming and broadcasting by North Shore TV Long Island.
Manhasset Al Fresco is also made possible by the assistance of Shop Manhasset and the cooperation of the Council of Greater Manhasset Civic Association, Nassau County Police District and the Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department.
The event is hosted by The Manhasset Chamber of Commerce, who’s mission is to enhance the economic vitality and quality of life of our community and to promote the general welfare and prosperity of its member businesses. Questions can be directed to Antonietta Manzi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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—Submitted by the Manhasset Chamber of Commerce