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Cedarhurst Avenue Cafe
477 Chestnut St, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Cedarhurst Avenue Cafe was opened in 1994 by a local Five towns resident. Specializing in delicious, heart-healthyMore eating, Cedarhurst Avenue Cafe offers breakfast all day, and an array of salads and sandwiches. The cooks at the Cedarhurst Avenue Cafe are happy to customize any dish to your liking.
Village of Cedarhurst
200 Cedarhurst Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
The Village of Cedarhurst was incorporated on Sept. 16, 1910. Andrew Parise has served as its mayor since 1995.More Residents can visit the village hall for permits, contractor licenses and housing inspections. The site also holds the village court, where people can go to resolve parking tickets. The Cedarhurst Senior Center meets downstairs. Village Hall moved from its original location on Spruce Street to Cedarhurst Avenue in 1958. The building was renovated in 1998.
111 Cedarhurst Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Bellyssima carries maternity clothes and accessories, from head to toe. Opened in 2002, by a Cedarhurst resident,More Bellyssima was quickly recognized as the best maternity store in the area by providing every expectant mother with everything they desire.
Village of Cedarhurst Sewer Treatment Plant
Hanlon Dr & Peninsula Blvd, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
The Village of Cedarhurst Sewer Treatment Plant processes 800,000 to 1 million gallons of wastewater per day. It wasMore established in 1933 and was renovated a number of times over its history. The village tries to stay ahead of the Department of Environmental Conservation standards. Three people work in the plant. Residents can call the plant if they encounter any sewage problems.
Jerusalem Mini Market
698 Central Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Jerusalem Mini Market is located at the corner of Central Avenue and Prospect Avenue. For more than five years, theMore local Cedarhurst family that owns and operates the market has been providing Five Towns residents with Israeli food. Elite, Osen, imported dairy products and other specialty imported goods are available.
Aabsolute Appliance Repair
421 Oakland Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Aabsolute Appliance Repair is run out of a Cedarhurst home by a local resident. He offers repair and installation on anyMore and every type of appliance. Maintenance is available, and house calls are made by appointment.
Martin's Lighting
424 Rockaway Tpke, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Martin's Lighting is a lighting store located in Cedarhurst, New York. It offers a wide selection of lighting fixturesMore and ceiling fans for residents living in the Five Towns and surrounding communities. Call the number provided for more information. 
Hapina Restaurant
128 Cedarhurst Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Since opening in 1990, Hapina has offered some of the best shawarma in town. Owned and operated by a local resident,More this Middle Eastern grill offers an all-you-can-eat salad bar with any item on the menu.
Picture This
523 Central Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Picture This is a photography studio specializing in children and family portraits and events. Since 2007 Picture ThisMore has been owned and operated by a delightful local resident. Picture This charges no sitting fees.
Lance R. Frank
123 Grove Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Lance Frank provides legal representation and consultation to residents and business owners living and working in FiveMore Towns and the surrounding areas. Call for further inquiries.
Anessa V Cohen Realty & First Meridian Mortgage
527 Halevy Dr, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Owned by a local Five Towns resident, this real estate and mortgage company provides personal service. Patrons are askedMore to call for information and to set up appointments. Walk-ins are not available. 
Maidenbaum & Sternberg, LLP
132 Spruce St, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Maidenbaum & Sternberg, LLP is an accounting firm that works with Nassau County residents to reduce their propertyMore taxes. Shalom Maidenbaum and Ilyse Sternberg are the attorneys at this practice. Call the number provided to schedule a consultation to see if they think you have a "meritorious case for reduction."
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