In and around New York, "island" and its cognates often denote some warm land set in the silver sea. Usually it's one of the Greater Antilles, occasionally a smaller Caribbean island, rarely some unspecified rock in California surfer country. As for this half-century-old bakery, years earlier it expanded eastward on the island in question. Now it's settled solely on the western edge, with one store and one truck, but the logo — shown below on a humble bag of bread crumbs (99 cents) — still speaks of a summer's day.
42-17 Broadway (42nd-43rd Sts.), Astoria, Queens