Board approves Chick-fil-A opening in Commack

The restaurant would be part of a shopping center redevelopment project on Commack Road near the Long Island Expressway.

The restaurant would be part of a shopping center redevelopment project on Commack Road near the Long Island Expressway. (1/8/16)

COMMACK - The Town of Smithtown board has approved a plan to bring a Chick-fil-A to the area.

The board unanimously approved the plan for the chicken chain to set up shop in Commack.

The restaurant would be part of a shopping center redevelopment project on Commack Road near the Long Island Expressway.

Long Island’s first Chick-fil-A opened in Port Jefferson Station in October. 

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