Poll: Which LI-based brand is the most 'Long Island'

The exterior of a Sbarro restaurant in Manhattan

The exterior of a Sbarro restaurant in Manhattan on Feb. 1, 2011. (Credit: Charles Eckert)

The recent news that pizza chain Sbarro is moving its headquarters from Long Island to Ohio stings a little for the region, where companies continue to shift out their operations. On the other hand, Long Island is still home to well-known brands in food, entertainment and consumer products that are still based here.

In the poll below, vote for the brand that says Long Island the strongest. Vote once, and if you think a business was left off the list, add it in the comments.

(Editors note: Cablevision owns both Optimum and Newsday)


Which of these is the most iconic LI brand?

King Kullen AriZona Iced Tea Apple & Eve juices Celestial Seasonings North Fork Potato Chips Blue Point Brewing Tate's Bake Shop Sleepy's Roslyn Savings Bank CA Technologies Optimum Newsday Uncle Wally's New York Islanders Nathan's Famous P.C. Richard & Son Pindar Vineyards


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