On any day and in any season, seafood is always great food to order or prepare yourself. Besides some of the health benefits that seafood can bring to the table, it’s a type of food that has a little bit of everything for the whole family. Have some tilapia for an entrée, some finger food shrimp for the kids, and some lobster for those at the table that want to get their hands dirty. When it comes to seafood, you can even get a little fancy with it and make it into a display to be the talk of the party. We’re talking about building a seafood tower. And here’s how you do it!
Since 1937, Salt & Barrel’s family-owned restaurant has strived to serve a menu inspired by the long traditions of taking fresh seafood from the waters surrounding Long Island. Ever since the discovery of the Blue Point Oyster in the early 1900s, our area has been famous for fresh seafood from our abundant seas which continued in the 1970s with clam and scallop harvests and today with the thriving fishing industry in Montauk. Now Salt & Barrel has created a hip oyster and craft cocktail bar in Bay Shore to continue the tradition of providing the freshest fruits of the sea to our customers.