The board will discuss the proposal to rename Borden Avenue and 2nd Street "Anthony Mazzarella Way."
A sign on the door of the Queens eatery said it was closing "with deep regret and heavy hearts."
Tony Mazzarella opened the popular seafood eatery in the late 1970s.
The 36-year-old landmark eatery reopened this week after a nearly complete overhaul since the storm.
The landmark Hunters Point restaurant was flooded by 6 feet of water and hopes to reopen in three months.
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