by Danielle Golden Giglio
Bayport-Blue Point Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed another business as a member on their one year anniversary Blue Goose.
This gastro pub is just over the Blue Point boarder in Patchogue on Montauk Highway and was the former Burger Shack. Owner of Blue Goose, Brian Kearns said, “I joined the chamber because I grew up in Bayport-Blue Point. My longtime friend Carol is the president and she talked to me about joining. It is an absolutely great idea.” Barely a new chamber member Blue Goose has already hosted a monthly chamber meeting.
“I love ribbon cuttings!” said Bryn Elliott who is membership chair for the chamber. He feels it is great exposure for new members. It is an opportunity for the community and other businesses to come through the door, maybe for the first time.
A huge fan of Blue Goose’s Thursday night fried chicken dinner special - Carol Seitz Cusack, president of Bayport-Blue Point Chamber of Commerce said, “Our membership team is amazing and we are very excited because we are up to 13 new members. We love new members.”
With this business in Patchogue, Carol wants the community to know that there are plenty of businesses from surrounding towns that are in the Bayport-Blue Point Chamber. Any business in any town can join to enj
oy the benefits of being part of this chamber of commence. Go to BayportBluePoint.com for more info.
And what does Blue Goose have to offer. They try to eliminate frozen products and do farm to table whenever available. Much of their menu is made fresh from scratch to make the best possible meal. Blue Goose also has a new brunch menu, live music on the weekend and a great happy hour. Brian describes his menu as, “Great food to make your tummy smile.” Stop by at 411 West Main Street in Patchogue.