The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) issued a $5,000 Facade Rehabilitation Grant and a $2,000 New Tenant Bonus Grant to Schmear Bakery & Market which is located at 83 Main Street. We are very thankful to Bill Mulholland for beautifying the facade and for choosing Port Washington as their home for Schmear Bakery & Market. Welcome to PORT!
The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) has teamed up with Spectrum Designs Foundation which assist people with autism in leading full, productive and meaningful lives. These two non-profit organizations that are based in Port Washington have created a “KEEP PORT CLEAN” crew to help battle the litter problem within the BID district. The premise behind the campaign of
Congratulations to The Wild Goose for receiving a $2,000 New Tenant Bonus Grant. We are excited that The Wild Goose has chosen Port Washington as their home and we wish them much success.
The Schmear Bakery & Market will be opening sometime this winter at 83 Main Street. We took a peek inside and it’s GORGEOUS. We thought we would share this photo with you…
Welcome to Port Washington Blessed Hands Hair Salon & Barber Shop located at 44A Main Street! Thank you for choosing Port Washington as your new home.
The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) issued Tiny Sparkles Pediatric Dentistry which is located at 164 Main Street a $5,000 Facade Rehabilitation Grant and a $2,000 New Tenant Bonus Grant. Thank you Tiny Sparkles Pediatric Dentistry for beautifying your facade and for choosing Port Washington as your home!
Thank you to everyone who completed a Restaurant Week Survey Card while dining at one of the participating restaurants during Restaurant Week. Congratulations Joanne for winning a $100.00 Gift Certificate!
Congratulations to Blue Moon Project for being awarded a Facade Rehabilitation Grant from our organization. The grant money awarded to Blue Moon Project was used for their beautiful sign, purchase of new front doors, added custom design work to the doors and paid for a portion of the installation of the doors. Our organization is very thankful to Helen Leib,
Our Executive Director Mariann Dalimonte along with Councilwoman Dina DeGiorgio and Mitch Schwartz, Co-President of the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce & Treasurer of the Nassau County Council Chamber of Commerce spoke this afternoon at the 2017 Nassau County Budget hearing. All of us strongly urged Nassau County Legislators not to adopt the $105 surcharge that has been proposed on
Restaurant Week 2016 Article and Video – The Long Islander: http://longislander.info/community/port-washingtons-restaurant-week-showcases-communitys-cuisine/