What Closed-Down Businesses Do You Miss in Three Village?

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Businesses come and businesses go, some with more longevity than others, and many with legacies based on their impact on and relationship with the community. On the heels of the departure of and the impending closure of , let's reminisce for a moment: What businesses have closed down or moved out of town that you miss, and why? Log in to Patch and share your thoughts in the comments below.

Mother of 21 and 2 August 04, 2012 at 11:45 AM
I still miss Swezeys!
CJ August 04, 2012 at 07:07 PM
The Country Kitchen, forced to closed down when their rent was raised to unconscionable levels. My family and I made a decision that whoever moved into that space we would not patronize and we have kept to that promise. The Country Kitchen was one of the best-run family-type restaurants around. The food was terrific, the prices reasonable, the service top-notch, and you always, always felt comfortable there. It was the best place to go if you were feeling down or life was throwing a curve balls.
TJRA August 05, 2012 at 01:16 AM
Swezey's --still.
old timer August 11, 2012 at 01:06 AM
agree about swezeys and Country Kitchen! Also miss when Stony Brook Village was a real community marketplace--groceries, drugs, butcher, etc. Not the upscale snooty "miracle Mile" wannabe it is now, that rolls up the sidewalks just when people are getting off work, so who can ever shop there?
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