Famed Manhattan Restaurateur Michael Chernow Opens Third Seamore’s Location In Revived Montauk Motel
Meet up with friends and family at Seamore's in Montauk for an evening on the patio. (Photo: Nick Vordermn)
Famed restaurateur Michael Chernow's hotspot restaurant, Seamore's, has opened a Montauk outpost. The restaurant will be open seasonally at the Breakers
, a boutique motel built in the 1950's that has recently been revitalized under the direction of creative hospitality brand, Knowhere. Seamore's Montauk will highlight many of the beloved attributes from the Nolita and Chelsea locations in Manhattan.
"Seamore's is super excited to be closer to the fish," Chernow said. "The concept of Seamore's was originally inspired by Montauk, and we're looking forward to serving the hits all summer long!"
Seamore's favorites from their Manhattan locations will also be featured in Montauk. (Photo: Nick Vordermn)
Like the New York City
outposts, the Montauk eatery will showcase sustainable seafood in options like the beloved Tuna Poke with ponzu, peanuts, and avocado, Seared Fish Tacos with mole, avocado, and jalapeño mayo, Lobster Roll with crème fraiche, fennel, and lemon, and so much more!
Seamore's Montauk will also feature a selection of brand new cocktails to compliment the tasty dishes, including a Watermelon Margarita with Viva XXXII Joven tequila, fresh watermelon, agave, and lime, as well as a Pineapple Mojito with Flor de Caña Extra Seco four-year rum, pineapple, lime, and mint. Patrons will be able to enjoy these delicious drinks inside or outside on the 30-seat patio.
To view the Seamore's Montauk menu, visit breakersmtk.com
Breakers is located at 769 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk. For more information, call 631-668-2525 or visit www.seamores.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.
Added: July 11, 2017, 12:24 pm
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