Street food concept coming to redeveloped Huntington center

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By Dan Sears

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Street to Table, a restaurant with a menu inspired by street food from around the world, is coming to the Huntington Shopping Center. 

The new tenant signed a lease for 2,688 square feet at Federal Realty’s revamped 217,000-square-foot retail complex at 350 Walt Whitman Road. 

This will be Street to Table’s second Long Island location, following its first at 2205 Merrick Road in Merrick, which opened in 2019. The new restaurant will join fellow tenants Paris Baguette and BFT Fitness in a recently completed 8,100-square-foot building at the Huntington Shopping Center. 

The eclectic offerings featured at Street to Table include Ramen Stir Fry, Tandoori Wings, Fried Mac Balls, Philly Cheesesteak, tacos and more. 

The new Street to Table restaurant is expected to open this fall. 

“We are thrilled to announce the future opening of our second Street to Table restaurant and bar, next to the Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington,” said Tejan Arora, owner of Street to Table. “This new spot will not only offer a convenient dining destination for shoppers and local residents, it will also bring the fun, vibrant, and diverse flavors of street food and specialty cocktails to your table.” 

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The 21-acre Huntington Shopping Center has undergone an extensive $75 million project that included three new buildings and the redevelopment of three existing buildings. The center has also added several new tenants including a 43,218-square-foot Whole Foods Market, a 21,108-square-foot REI store and The Container Store, which leased 15,676 square feet. 

Raj Whadwa of Global Realty Services represented Street to Table, while Joe Byrnes served as in-house representative for the landlord, Federal Realty Investment Trust, in the Huntington Shopping Center’s latest lease transaction. 

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