History of Flo’s Luncheonette
Florence Kimball opens her stand in Blue
Point, New York and calls it Flo’s Famous Luncheonette
Meet & Eat
Flo’s popularity grows throughout the
years. It’s a place
where locals can meet and have a great bite to eat.
Flo’s After Flo
After Mrs. Kimball’s death in 1950 Betty
Edmonds takes over Flo’s and eventually buys the stand.
George Palumbo Jr. purchases Flo’s from
his father, hand packing each burger the way Flo would have done
George Palumbo Jr. sells the stand to
Bruce Meltzer. Mr.
Meltzer adds fresh seafood to the menu.
Marion Yablonski buys Flo’s and along
with Marianne Jensen, Lyn Yablonski, & Bonnie Gardner they
continue the tradition
Dominic Bosco purchases Flo’s, making
many physical improvements including a new sign “Nick &
Flo’s” on top of the stand.
The Vigliotta family purchases Flo’s
adding beautiful landscaping and restoring the original sign.
Flo’s on the Go
Flo’s takes its delicious food on the
road. From private
parties to large venues and events.
Floasis opens on Corey Beach with over the
top Mexican street food and Acai bowls, perfect for relaxing on the
Flo’s opens at 38 West Main Street in
the heart of the up and coming Patchogue Village.