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Fusion 84 in Sayville, one of many Long Island number-named restaurants, now numbers among the departed. It lasted about a year.
The restaurant received a single star from Newsday’s Peter Gianotti, who wrote “This new eatery . . . covers a lot of territory in its quest for fusion. Thai, Italian, French, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican — they all make cameo appearances, sometimes together.” He had praise, though, for the crab mini tacos, sliders and polenta fries.
The site, on Montauk Highway, has hosted a string of restaurants over the years, most recent among them Bullfish Grill and Armadillo Grille.