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The Village of Farmingdale
Farmingdale Village is a community established in 1691. Farmingdale respects its past. An historical village walk unveils the assortment of "arts and crafts" architecture still prevalent on its Main Street. A community that blends the feelings of its people while supporting its growth as it evolves into a village to explore. See for yourself its unique qualities that satisfy family and indulge in the excitement of something different.
Covering approximately one square mile, the Village of Farmingdale is proud of its "Village Green". Located adjacent to historical Village Hall, the Village Green provides a park like landscape where you can bring your lawn chair, relax and enjoy the music by the Village Pops performing summer evenings or bring the family to enjoy a classic movie “On the Green". You can enjoy old fashioned, freshly popped popcorn, ice cream and juice, all free...just because we’re glad you came!! And don’t forget just 5 minutes away is the home of the Black Course at Bethpage State Park that was home to the U.S. Open in 2002 and 2009.
Centrally located along the Nassau/Suffolk line, Farmingdale Village is rich in ethnic culture and entertainment unveiling a tasty assortment of fine restaurants that will satisfy the world traveler. Try the Library Cafe who creatively converted the village library into an eatery that adorns carousel horses creating an atmosphere where you can enjoy fine American cuisine. Not into carousel horses? Want to nurture your European palate, Tre Scalini, Ubaldo’s, Uncle Tony’s, Vespa, That Meetball Place, The Republic, LaBottega or the Grecian Grill will certainly satisfy that hunger. If you prefer staying on this side of the pond, you can choose from CaraCara, Chichimeca’s or The Dominican to sample Mexican or Columbian tastes. You’ll have to make another trip just to try Tiny Thai, The Rolling Spring Roll or one of our Chinese restaurants, Jade Palace or The Lotus Garden, to learn the spices that enrich our Asian assortment. When you are done with dinner, take a stroll and enjoy frozen yogurt, ice cream or a specialty coffee at Charlotte’s! Just looking for a place to have a cup of coffee, try Flux.
Things just don’t stop there!
Stroll along Main Street and enjoy one of our specialty shops. The Chocolate Duck provides a rich array of quality items that draw customers from all across the island. Can’t make the trip, check our Village website to order from Fancy Free. Are you a nostalgia expert? Bet you can’t resist going through the assortment of antiques at The Second Hand Store, Main Street Antiques or The Land of Ooh’s and Ahh’s. Sports enthusiasts can pick-up all their foot gear at Runners Edge where you can get the finest athletic wear. Once you have your gear, head next door to Brickwell for a bike tune-up or maybe even a new bike. Not into athletics or just enjoy a good cigar, you’ll appreciate the humidors at Jim’s Stogies.
You don’t have to travel into New York City to enjoy top fashion ideas. Visit Solo to enjoy the wide assortment of designers and original jewelry. Have extra time on the weekend, stroll the Farmers Market on Sunday from 10:00 - 3:00 May through November.
When you are finished, venture into Vinoco East or Vintage, two wine bars, to relax. Before heading home, visit UVA Wine and Spirits to make those memorable weekends the way you imagined.
Our evening entertainment establishments combine unique offerings that are continually praised for their incredible atmosphere. Whether you walk from the train station and stop at Croxley Ales, featuring over 40 HD widescreen TV’s and over 60 beers on tap, Lithology, a micro brewery, or make your destination the Dark Horse or The Nutty Irishman that provides a large catering hall for your festivities, Farmingdale has it.
In July and August, usually the second and fourth Thursday of each month, Main Street is closed from 5:00 – 9:00 pm for music and dining.
Planning a summer barbecue or a holiday party? Try the Farmingdale Meat Market. Established over 50 years ago, the Meat Market provides old world service where you can ask the butcher anything from how to prepare a quality cut of Meyer Natural Angus beef to a tasty recipe for you to throw on the grill. Need some extra virgin olive oil or balsamic vinaigrette, both with infused flavors, visit The DiVine Olive for a tasting before you purchase.
As the seasons change, so does Farmingdale. Our Columbus Day festivities watch Main Street become a walkway for crafts, artists, rides and amusement for the entire family ending by lighting up the evening sky with its fireworks display that climax a perfect weekend.
Winter brings long nights awaiting the holidays. We begin with our annual holiday parade that welcomes the arrival of Santa, only to be followed by our tree lighting festivities.
Farmingdale Village is a community established in 1691. Take an historical Village walk that preserves its rich past or drive up the street and visit the historical aviation museum. Farmingdale respects its past. An historical village walk unveils the assortment of "arts and crafts" architecture still prevalent on its Main Street. A community that blends the feelings of its people while supporting its growth as it evolves into a village to explore. Explore it for its unique qualities that satisfy family and indulge in the excitement of something different.
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