Kitchen Closed at Plum Crazy [Empty in Kings Park]

The restaurant, which has been open just over a year, recently closed.

A little over a year after it opened,, on Pulaski Road, has recently shut its doors.

The eatery, a gourmet deli offering prepared foods to go as well as a small area for dining on the premises,

The restaurant’s Facebook page gave no indication that they had shuttered, but the owner of a neighboring business said the business had folded. Calls to the restaurant went unanswered.

Did you frequent Plum Crazy? Will you miss it? What would you like to see there?

Jim April 30, 2012 at 01:09 PM
The "NO PARKING" signs were always there until someone cut them down in the middle of the night!
CJ May 01, 2012 at 11:49 PM
If you're talking about the spots in the turning lane at the corner between the Realtor and the Library, I'm GLAD they finally did something about that. Especially considering the SUVS that block the lane parked there and clog up traffic. How neighborly of the towns local realtors. I know it's the employees that work there, seeing as there's vanity plates that proclaim "KP Realtor", etc. There's a lot about 1/2 a block away, and it's making the traffic lest congested. GET OVER IT.
CJ May 01, 2012 at 11:52 PM
I'd like to see a single person from any of these "Closed in KP" threads put their money where their mouth is and actually open a business in Kings Park. Ideas such as Fruit Stands, Coffee Shops, and other tried and failed businesses do nothing, and I don't understand the point of the same people parroting the same ideas to Patch constantly, when clearly they're not working here, and no one wants to invest the money into a redux of failed business plans.
Adastra32 August 17, 2012 at 02:21 PM
The suggestions are for entrepreneurs to consider. I am not a business owner, it is not my skill set, but I would spend my money at those businesses if they were in our town. I think people are just expressing what they would like to see in town to make it friendlier to spend time on Main Street. I remember The Brown Dog cafe ( I'm pretty sure that was the name), great idea, but again lacked a few modern essentials that maybe weren't available back then. Free WiFi keeps people in the establishment, buying more coffee, snacks, etc. Comfortable seating, music, etc all lend to keeping people there and spending. I would even like to see a nice Wine and Cheese establishment open around town. One that caters to an over 25 crowd, for drinks, cheese platters, board games, trivia games, general entertainment. Not another local bar, but a place couples could go, first dates, etc. to sit and talk, socialize. Just my thoughts....
King Pedlar August 17, 2012 at 03:49 PM
Kings Park used to have two stores in which I loved. But sadly they are gone and haven't been replaced: A printing press store and Mathes Auto Parts on Pulaski Rd. For any prospective entrepreneurs, Keep it small, low frills and not too glitzy like in the old days. My tastes, anyway. Oh yes, A bicycle shop sorely needed in town, especially the repair and restoration end of it. We had 2 shops in the past 40 years. George Quinn's place by the tracks. And Jimmy (now in Key Food) had a store across from the library. I'll bet the town would love it.


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