Officials confirmed the restaurant is in the early planning stages.

The restaurant site at 4837 Nesconset Highway after more than three years of vacancy Port Jefferson Station gets new life. However, instead of serving burgers and beer like previous versions, this new location will serve pancakes as an IHOP.

Brookhaven Town Councilman Jonathan Kornreich confirmed that the IHOP owner is seeking to develop a location in an empty building next to the School of Rock, formerly Wahlburgers, formerly the Eldorado Southern Bar & Grill and the Road Trip American Ale House.

According to others, IHOP is “work in progress” at the location, albeit in a very early stage. The only sign is the bins currently located outside the building.

Plans are still being developed and no documents have yet been filed with the Town of Brookhaven.

exist Port Jefferson Station/Treville Civic Association According to Ed Garboski, the group’s president, they had some concerns about how to convert the location into a famous breakfast restaurant.

Due to the building’s proximity to the area’s historic district, they have reached out to the developer to see what changes they plan to make to the facade, he said.

According to the commercial real estate website, the 2,500-square-foot retail space was built in 1993 running netThere is also a parking lot for 130 cars.

It’s unclear if the developer is the same one that owns the existing IHOP on Route 112 at Port Jefferson Station.

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