“NYC’s most exciting restaurants and sommeliers are offering one-of-a-kind burgers artfully paired to Napa Valley’s most sought-after wines.”- […]
Traveling to Miami this weekend? Come and support Lure’s very own Chef Kiichi Okabe and Chef Nicholas Cabrera, as they compete in CHEF SHOWDOWN at the South Beach Seafood Festival. The battle of all battles, showcasing the best in Miami’s culinary seafood scene will be held on Friday, October 20th, from 7:00pm-11:00pm at Lummus Park.
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“Lure Fishbar is one of downtown Manhattan’s greatest power-lunching restaurants, as well as a fun choice for date night.” –Eater
The most sought after “Bash Burger” has Caramelized onion and bacon jam, pickles, American cheese, and it’s very own special sauce. – Go Visit NYC
“John McDonald, CEO of Mercer Street Hospitality, recounted to me the rise of premium vodka during his days running MercBar in the 1990s—first Absolut’s explosion onto the scene, then the rise of Stoli’s flavored vodkas, and ultimately Grey Goose “crushing everybody.” But when I mention to him that everyone I know who’s been to Russia has returned with a supreme loyalty to Russian Standard ($16), McDonald is effusive. “[Customers] always love that! It’s a good brand. We’ve always sold Russian Standard,” he says, referring to his several upscale hotspots in downtown New York, including Lure Fishbar and Bowery Meat Company.”
“If your wallet can’t handle high raw bar prices, but you still need your fix of cheap oysters and beer, you’ll be happy to learn that many of the city’s best places for oysters offer a buck-a-shuck or half-dozen deals. These spots have you covered after work, before going out, or just because it’s a Wednesday and you want some damn good oysters at a damn good price. With happy hours all over the city, there are plenty of cheap, delicious bivalves to choose from, no matter what neighborhood you’re in.” – Thrillist