On Friday, July 30, a grand-reopening ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce president Eileen Tyznar and board members Ron Trotta, Chris Olsen, Mayra Robayo and Craig Sweezey, was held at the Paris Street Market, located at 52 South Main Street, Sayville. Town of Islip councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen attended with community members.
Paris Street Market partnered with fellow downtown Sayville businesses Down the Rabbit Hole for wine and SAYville Cheese for some fromage.
Live music will be played on the patio every Friday night from 5 to 8 p.m.
“The Sayville Chamber welcomes this exquisite French decor delight to South Main Street! Between the beautiful one-of-a-kind French furnishings and the collaboration of two other Main Street businesses for wine-and-cheese nights with music on Friday, South Main Street has now become the hot spot for gathering and shopping!” said Tyznar.