The Port Washington Business Improvement District is excited to announce the most recent recipient of the new tenant grant: Narinatto Restaurant, located at 5A Irma Avenue.
Owner Hyek Chen opened in a long-vacant space just before the COVID-19 crisis hit. As with all businesses, Narinatto was forced to close for a time and re-open for curbside and delivery only.
Now open for limited dining in a beautifully designed seating area along Irma Avenue, Narinatto welcomes their guests to an area with ample outdoor seating, which is socially distanced, an enormous bonus at this time.
Port Washington BID President Bill Gordon said, “Hyek has done a great job in taking over the location on Irma Avenue location, establishing a pleasant outdoor dining area that is so fitting for today’s world.”
The Port Washington BID offers additional grants to businesses within the district to assist with improvements to enhance the overall appearance of a storefront as well as a one-time grant to assist with the costs to re-open.
To learn more, visit www.portwashingtonbid.org/grants.
The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) is committed to improving the economic and business health of the Port Washington area through marketing, promotion, physical improvements, and enhanced municipal services for all those who live, work and visit our community.
Established in 1996 as a self-funded enterprise by the commercial property owners of Port Washington, the BID places no tax burden on the residents of Port Washington.
Through its Board of Directors, the BID has and will continue to sustain and grow the commercial and business community of Port Washington through programs, capital improvements, and supplemental services that encourage people to visit and shop in Port Washington.
The Port Washington BID can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website to learn more at www.portwashingtonbid.org.
Submitted by the Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District