Ladies, are you ready to really mix it up for girl’s night in Bay Shore? Then we’re ready to show you why Salt & Barrel should be your top destination. Check out these strategies for a better girl’s night and how Salt & Barrel can facilitate that.
Did you know that Salt & Barrel does catering? It’s true because throwing a good party is still one of the most enjoyable ways to enrich friendships and have a great time. Catering works to achieve that end, but we also provide our services for any number of gatherings like company luncheons, weddings, and more.
Every so often, we love to remind folks of the wonderful late-morning hybrid meal known as brunch. For all our patrons who don’t want breakfast, but are hungry before lunch, this is the perfect synthesis of the two. Let’s look at some of the various reasons we love a nice weekend brunch here at Salt & Barrel.
Americans are much more concerned with their health nowadays, which is fantastic because we know a terrific way to help in that regard. Come to Salt & Barrel for live music! We can think of no better way to improve your physical and mental health than enjoying delicious food, tasty cocktails, and good music in a lively and relaxing ambiance.
Happy hour has become a well-deserved break for the 9-5 workers. There’s nothing like meeting friends and family at your local bar after a hard day’s work to relax and grab a drink for less cash. You may be surprised to learn that happy hour actually originated in the early 20th Century and has since transformed into the after-work staple that we all know and love.
Did you know that there are reportedly 2,500 oyster farms in Northern America alone, with this number expected to likely increase in coming years? It’s no secret that oysters are a much-loved seafood across the globe, but many people often shy away from this delicious delicacy.
Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, seems to be growing in popularity every day. You may have heard of CBD by now and some of its uses, but did you know CBD can also be used to enhance cocktails?