Blue Oyster Seafood & Oyster Bar is planning to open in January on Main Street in Islip. The new restaurant is expected to start shucking in the space occupied by Bottoms Up, a sports bar that has closed. Owner Lisa Piazza said the chef at the restaurant will be Kenneth Pulomena, whose resume includes stints at Blue Water Grill and Docks in Manhattan, the Yankee Stadium Diamond Club, and the now-closed Sanibel Chophouse in Lynbrook. “We’re working on the new menu,” Piazza said.
The newest Long Island branch is slated to open Wednesday on Montauk Highway. The chain is known for its meats and cheeses sliced on the spot and served on bread baked in-store. Many of the sandwiches are finished with an olive oil-red wine vinegar dressing termed “the juice.”Bayport is the eighth branch of the fast-casual franchise to open on Long Island. There are Jersey Mike’s Subs shops in Bellmore, Commack, Farmingdale, Freeport, Hauppauge, Port Jefferson Station and Uniondale.
Meadowlands Sports Bar and Restaurant in East Meadow has gone the way of the New York Giants season. It has served its last chicken wing, of which there were at least nine variations on the theme. Meadowlands opened in 2015 at 2367 Hempstead Tpke., just east of Nassau University Medical Center, an address long-occupied by Arthur Ave., an Italian spot. Arthur Ave. was succeeded by a series of short-lived establishments from Long Fin, BeSi, RUB BBQ, and Ruby’s Famous BBQ to Fuego Picante.
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Selecting a term
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