Mondays on Main Street: Rockville Centre charges back to life

News 12's Caroline Flynn is in Rockville Centre, where the South Shore spot has stuck together to get through the past year and a half.

News 12 Staff

Jun 14, 2021, 11:23 AM

Updated 1,042 days ago

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As summer gets closer, we're taking a close look at how some of Long Island's favorite destinations are coming back from the pandemic.
News 12's Caroline Flynn is in Rockville Centre, where the South Shore spot has stuck together to get through the past year and a half.
Mayor Francis Murray says Rockville Centre, which he billed as the unofficial restaurant capital of southwestern Nassau County, is open for business.
Among the events that he's looking forward to is "Eat, Shop & Rock," where streets will be closed down so that people can eat and listen to live music in the street.
Murray also announced the launch of a new parking app that aims to make finding and paying for a spot downtown even easier. The mayor says though, parking tickets still won't be handed out after 6 p.m.
News 12 visited some spots excited for a more "normal" summer like The Lost Dog Art & Frame, Kasey's Kitchen & Cocktails and Hue Studio.


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