December 11, 2011
Businesses Get New Leases On
Coney Island Boardwalk
New long term leases are now in place for three boardwalk businesses in Coney Island, including Brooklyn institution Tom’s Restaurant, which will open a location on the spot where the former ChaCha’s and Nathan’s boardwalk concession operated.
New long-term leases are now in place for three boardwalk businesses in Coney Island.
As NY1 first reported earlier this week, Brooklyn institution Tom’s Restaurant will now be setting up a second location.
The 1936 Prospect Heights eatery will open a Coney Island restaurant with a similar menu.
It signed an eight-year deal to take over the spot where the former ChaCha’s and Nathan’s boardwalk concession operated.
Also signing eight-year leases are longtime boardwalk businesses Ruby’s Bar and Paul’s Daughter.
It’s a twist of fate for the establishments, which were evicted at the end of the 2010 season by the new landlord Zamperla.
All three businesses are expected to be open for business in April.