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Sayville Restaurant Quietly Closes Down

Fusion 84 on Main Street is reportedly the latest eatery not able to succeed in the location.

Fusion 84, a Sayville restaurant that opened its doors in October, 2011, has apparently closed down for business, making it the last in a growing number of eateries that haven't been able to succeed at the West Main Street location.

The restaurant, which boasted a menu featuring influences from European, Asian and Mexican cuisine, moved in after the previous restaurant Bullfish shuttered its doors in July, 2011 after just nine months in business.

Prior to Bullfish the restaurant had been Armadillo Grill, which opened in September 2009 and closed in July, 2010. Prior to that it Taste, a restaurant that opened in Feb. 2008 and closed just about a year later.

A call to the Fusion 84 by Patch was not returned last week when it appeared that the eatery was not open during typical dinner service hours.

Denise Karl January 24, 2013 at 05:14 PM
I heard a rumor that Lilly Flannagan's may open there.
KC - Sayville January 24, 2013 at 05:40 PM
Ooh that wouldn't be a good idea....young and drunk we don't need.
confectioner January 24, 2013 at 06:13 PM
I have come to the conclusion that rents are simply too high, it alters the whole business model. There just isn't enough money in circulation- discretionary income during a bad economic time. The owners are just working to pay the rent.
Mary Bailey January 24, 2013 at 10:15 PM
I would love a really good breakfast/lunch place! Fun French toast, fruit filled pancakes, yummy omelets! And big different sandwiches. Like Maureen's in Smithtown!
DENIS January 26, 2013 at 08:11 PM
Yeah. An Ihop or White Castle. In Sayville. Where will we put the trailer park? Amazing.

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