Farmingville, NY - On January 21, Councilwoman Jane Bonner was on hand for the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony of the Philly Pretzel Factory, located in the Kohl’s Shopping Center, 346 Route 25A Suite 92 in Rocky Point. Nick Grillo and Salvatore Ruffo, who are the owners, business partners and childhood friends, opened their new business in December 2020. Philly Pretzel Factory serves signature hand rolled, fresh baked big pretzels that come with a huge selection of dips including spicy brown mustard, super-hot mustard, tangy sriracha, honey mustard, melted cheddar cheese, nacho cheese, cinnamon, butter cream, brownie batter, marinara, and Philly Cream Cheese. Party trays are also available.
Councilwoman Bonner said, “I am so happy for Salvatore and Nick that they opened their new business in Rocky Point. It’s a great community that supports small business and I encourage everyone to stop by and welcome them to the community.”
Pictured left to right are Jeanine Pollakusky, Rocky Point Sound Beach Chamber of Commerce (RPSB C of C) Events Director; Charles Torado, RPSB C of C Treasurer; Larry Hall, RPSB C of C Secretary, Councilwoman Jane Bonner; Philly Pretzel Factory Co-Owners Salvatore Ruffo and Nick Grillo; Jessica Grillo, wife of co-owner Nick Grillo and their children Lorenzo and Guiliana; NYS Senator Anthony Palumbo Sen Palumbo and RPSB C of C President Gary Pollakusky.