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Now open: Mulberry Street of Seaford
Mulberry Street of Seaford is now serving pizzas, pastas and parms in the freestanding building that last hosted Butera’s of Seaford. Owner Christos Paloubis said he has a family affiliation with the longstanding Mulberry Street of Babylon Village, which has a similar menu.
While the new place has a full pizza menu, pies aren’t sold by the slice but, rather, in individual 10-inch or full 18-inch sizes, to take out or eat in the dining room. Among options, a Margherita pie ($6.75 small; $17.95 large) and a square Grandma pie ($11 small; $15.95 large).
On the dinner menu: Baked clams ($8.95), Gorgonzola salad ($10.95), seafood lasagna ($20.95), chicken Parmigiana ($19.95), penne alla vodka with shrimp and chicken ($21.95) and grilled salmon ($24.95).
Mulberry Street of Seaford is at 3930 Sunrise Hwy., Seaford, 516-795-1929, mulberrystreetseaford.com