, a hand-roll bar located on Houston Street in SoHo, will be popping-up at Montauk's The Surf Lodge
this summer. The restaurant, which has been recognized by the Michelin Guide, uses the best nori, premium rice, and fresh seafood for "an eating experience that is truly unique and special," said Chef Brian Kim, who is a Culinary Institute of America graduate with over 10 years of experience, including time at Nobu
and Four Seasons Hotel
Dallas, Blue Fin in Philadelphia, and Manhattan's Brushstroke.
Diners can expect hand-rolls that include blue crab, tuna, and lobster, among other selections that will be prepared at a specially designed station in the restaurant. The menu will be consistently updated as Chef Kim experiments with new combinations from the local area. Chef Kim is committed to quality and only serves the freshest seafood as well as specially harvested seaweed, housemade sauces, and signature warm rice.
The Surf Lodge
, who is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, is ecstatic to be joining forces with the highly acclaimed Manhattan-based restaurant.
DOMODOMO is the first hand-roll bar in New York City. (Photo: The Surf Lodge)
"It's one of my favorite meals in New York City
," explained Jayma Cardoso
, owner of The Surf Lodge, "and I'm really looking forward to my guests experiencing the same."
The Hamptons mainstay is known for its ambience that speaks to the easy, dream-like quality of Montauk and its respected history. The Surf Lodge hosts an impressive lineup of concerts, artist residencies, fitness classes, dining opportunities, and many other adventures.
The DOMODOMO pop-up at The Surf Lodge is expected to begin on Friday, June 30.
The Surf Lodge is located at 183 Edgemere Street in Montauk. For more information, call 631-483-5037 or visit thesurflodge.com. For more information about DOMODOMO, visit www.domodomonyc.com.
Sydney Braat is a Hamptons-raised and NYC-living journalist. She enjoys splitting her time between the bustling city life and relaxing atmosphere of the Hamptons. When she's not writing, Sydney is traveling. She thrives off of new experiences, cultures, cuisine, and languages. Sydney writes about the arts, philanthropy, food & wine, and shopping.