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The St Patrick's Day Spirit Takes Over Sea Cove In Center Moriches

John Mitty Friday, February 22, 2013

Center Moriches, NY (February 26, 2013) -  On Sunday March 10, 2013
when the Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches presents their annual St.
Patrick's Day Parade featuring Grand Marshal Edward Morris Sr, one of
the main attractions for residents and tourists alike will local area
mainstay, Sea Cove Restaurant. This year as in years past, the owners
of the legendary establishment will once again be feeding patrons FREE
corn beef and cabbage and will be featuring some of the best and
brightest micro breweries that Long Island has to offer (including
Blue Point, Long Ireland and others) on their famous Beer Truck. The
parade may be starting at 2:00 PM, but Sea Cove is beginning their
festivities at 12pm sharp and the fun will continue throughout the
parade and then afterwards inside as the Grand Marshall Eddie Morris
Sr. joins the after-parade fun by celebrating his special day with his
town at his favorite restaurant; bringing along with him Irish
bagpipers and Irish step dancers.

Recently, Chef Joseph LoMonaco, who is best known for his work at
Villa Monaco of West Islip and Lomonacos of Centereach, brought his
talents to the historic Sea Cove Restaurant, located at 361 Main
Street in Center Moriches, NY with spectacular results.  Built between
1873 and 1888, 361 Main Street has been a landmark building for local
residents and travelers through the "Gateway to the Hamptons" to eat,
drinks and gather for over 125 years, including the very first and
forever famous Sweezy & Newins Co., as well as the locally loved
Sunrise Diner and for the last 30 or so years, as the still popular
Sea Cove Restaurant.

Mr. LoMonaco has also spent the past few decades creating quite a name
for himself on the collective Long Island palette with his authentic
Italian recipes (which have been passed down for generations in his
family) always using only quality, veal, chicken, beef, seafood,
pastas and cheeses. Joe credits his success to the philosophy of "The
two Q's; quality and quantity. Let the people eat!" And that they do.
Although diners have praised his cooking for decades now, he should
not be thought of as a one horse show, as he has cultivated a flare
for authentic BBQ which he showcases at "The Cove," as the locals call
it. Now, alongside his reliable Lasagna and Chicken Marsala dishes
guests can order authentic baby-back ribs, pulled pork, and a unique
three-meat chili, among other BBQ dishes he offers on the menu; what
some call the single best BBQ menu in Suffolk County which uses his
own proven methods to smoke all the meats on premise with a
combination of cherry and hickory woods, along with some secret

Some of the other delicacies on the menu include Chicken Casalinga, a
very tender Ribeye Oregenata, Shrimp Parmesean and Chef Specialties
like the meal-in-itself Pasta e Fagioli. Many regulars suggest to
start with the Sicilian Salad, Whole Baked Clams, Homemade Pizzas or
the incredibly large Sea Cove Sampler to get a taste of what this
place has to offer. For meals, try the homemade Fettuccine, Lasagna or
Manicotti. The bar also takes on a hip vibe after hours with some of
the area's top DJ's spinning and party promoters working the room.
Whether it’s St. Patrick's Day (which will be celebrated on Sunday
March 10th at 2pm at Sea Cove featuring a beer truck in the rear
parking lot for adult beverages and authentic Corned Beef and Cabbage)
New Years Eve, or you name it, there is probably an event going on to
coincide with the occasion. Sea Cove also regularly reaches out to the
community, donating food for Maureen's Haven and time and resources to
other worthy local causes and groups.

Additionally, Sea Cove Restaurant has a full catering menu featuring
exquisite selections of hors d-oeuvres and other items as well as a
private room that can accommodate up to 100 people for all occasions
including birthdays, communions, business meetings, etc.  Plus, all of
Sea Cove Restaurant's dinner items are under $30, so the evening is
very affordable.  Where else can you get veal dishes for ($19.95) and
a 24 oz. Porterhouse for $24.95?

Sea Cove Restaurant is open:  Mon-Thurs 11:30 - 10:00, Fri & Sat 11:30
- 11:00 and Sun Noon -10:00, Reservations Requested.
The Sea Cove APP is now available for the iPhone! Download the Sea
Cove APP on the Apple store for many great options: Check out the menu
including pictures of their food before you stop in, check out their
complete catering menu, and even make a reservation right from the
APP. Plus you can check in and scan the QR code for special deals and

Just visit the Apple store at
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sea-cove/id593095903?mt=8 to see the
full APP capabilities and to get yours today!

For more information, please call 631-874-1071 or visit


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