Cracker Barrel could be coming to Commack

New York /
Jul.July 16, 2018 02:03 PM

Two national construction companies that have built locations for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store have requested bids from subcontractors for a restaurant in Commack. Some believe this could mean that the popular restaurant chain plans to open its first Long Island location. A similar rumor circulated and was quickly denied by the company in 2015. Regarding the recent rumors, a company representative said they had no news to announce at this time. The invitation to bid for electrical work, from Georgia-based Venture Construction Co. states that the building is 9,170 square feet with a 1,316-square-foot porch. The other company seeking bids is Ideal Co. of Ohio. Venture’s filing declares the building will be a Cracker Barrel, but Newsday turned up no records mentioning the chain with the The Town of Smithtown Assessor’s Office or Board of Zoning Appeals. [Newsday]


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