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Mondays on Main Street: Patchogue changing things up in anticipation of busy summer

Patchogue's summer events are set to look a little different this year. For 2021, it is replacing the "Alive After Five" series with the new Sundown Festival.

News 12 Staff

Jun 21, 2021, 11:12 AM

Updated 1,033 days ago

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Patchogue is ready for a busy, exciting summer -- and is the latest community we're featuring for News 12's "Mondays on Main Street" series!
Patchogue's summer events are set to look a little different this year. For 2021, it is replacing the "Alive After Five" series with the new Sundown Festival.
The festival is aiming to be a bit more family oriented. On July 22, August 5 and 19, bouncy houses, petting zoos, live music and outdoor dining service will be part of the festivities on Main Street.
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David Kennedy, with the Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, says the Alive After Five series will return next year.
Prom is also back on in Patchogue Monday night, with 14 restaurants collaborating to give district high school seniors their big event on a closed East Main Street.
We also took a look at Patchogue Outdoor MarketDuchess CookiesRise And Grind Kitchen & Coffee Bar and Daisy's Nashville Lounge --  which opened its doors just days before the pandemic shutdown began.
Rise & Grind's Oreo and Fruity Pebbles French toast!
Some offerings from Duchess Cookies: White chocolate pistachio (bottom left), the 'brookie' (a brownie within a cookie (top left plate, bottom left cookie) and the Nutella explosion (top right). 
A look inside Daisy's Nashville Lounge.


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