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A Lure Oyster House & Oysteria in Southold

May 12th, 2011 by Marilyn Marks

A ride along Route 25 through Southold takes visitors past the Port of Egypt Marina where a new restaurant is about to open in one of the best water front locations on Long Island, formerly home to the renowned Seafood Barge.  Named A Lure, the specialty will be ‘impeccably fresh fish’, which is always available from the Southold fishing fleet that has its base here. The restaurant is owned by three of the most well known and successful restaurateurs in New York; Tom Shaudel, Adam Lovett, and Jeff Uguill who also operate another very popular  local establishment, aMano, an Italian eatery, Oysteria and Wine bar in Mattituck.

Chef Jeff Uguil, who has served at Patagonia West in Westhampton Beach, Vespa in Manhattan, and Tequila Jack’s on Fire Island, will be moving from aMano to A Lure to help create the platform for displaying his culinary expertise. This elegant self-described “Chowder house and Clam Bar”, is certain to also have a relaxed and comfortable ‘down-home’ feel, catering to the boaters and sailors that dock here, as well as locals and tourists.

Waterside Elegance

Surrounded by the pristine waters and open skies of Southold Bay, this waterside eatery will feature a thirty foot bar as well as a wrap-around deck, providing visitors with a uniquely aesthetic experience with all the amenities of fine dining. Breathtaking views from floor to ceiling windows and al fresco options during warm weather offers seating for up to one-hundred diners on the deck. On cooler days the 85 seat wood lined indoor dining room with double sided fireplace is a welcome addition to the original building.

Local Fare with Creative Originality

The concept behind this North Fork waterfront restaurant is to provide their diners with homegrown produce from nearby farms and fresh caught local seafood. Menu items will include a raw bar as well pastas, lobster, and a limited selection of steaks. Live entertainment will soon make A Lure a local night scene that is hard to top.

A Lure is promoting its commitment to ‘eat local’ by promising to be one of the few restaurants in the area that will feature only Long Island wines. Specialty cocktails based on local farm grown fresh fruits will also be a regular feature of the A Lure bar.

The restaurant is set to open in late May, so keep checking in to our blog page for updates. Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast will be offering special mid week package stays featuring this and some of our other fine, and favorite, North Fork restaurants during high season.

We welcome your comments, reviews and news you might like to post here regarding happenings on the North Fork, and look forward to welcoming you to Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast soon!

One thought on “A Lure Oyster House & Oysteria in Southold

  1. valentine hernandez

    When does the A Lure Oysterhouse open. I will arrive in the area on 5/25/11.

    Thank you,

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