New Businesses Include DripBar, Takeout Restaurant, Cafe

New businesses are continuing to open around Huntington, including a dripbar, a takeout restaurant, and another specializing in bubble tea.

The first Long Island franchise of DripBar, which provides intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy infusion services, opened recently at 6079 Jericho Turnpike, Commack.

DripBar says that vitamin therapy infusions send nutrients directly into the bloodstream to feed cells, supporting vital organs and functional systems, neutralize harmful free radicals, and strengthen the immune system.

Among those participating in the festivities at its grand opening were were Huntington Supervisor Edmund J. Smyth, Town Receiver of Taxes Jillian Guthman, New York State Sen. Mario Mattera’s Legislative Aide Annmarie Lang, and U.S. Congressman Nick LaLota’s Director of Operations Peter Ganley.

Having its grand opening Thursday is The Foood Spot, a takeout-only restaurant specializing in such dishes as jerk chicken, coconut curry shrimp, truffle mac&cheese, and oxtail. The ribbon cutting and reception are from 5-7 p.m.

Getting closer to opening is Toby Pierre Cafe, at 340 West Jericho Turnpike, Huntington Station. The place will specialize in bubble tea, crepes, waffles and other features.

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