Grey Lady Headed Beachside with Montauk Location Next Month

Posted on: April 15th, 2016 at 9:31 am by
This image has been archived or removed.

Four-year-old Lower East Side oyster joint, Grey Lady, is heading out to the beach this summer with a new location. Montauk, to be precise, a natural extension of its brand.

The East End spinoff is the fourth in as many years for Grey Lady, which debuted at 77 Delancey back in May 2012. Co-owner Ryan Chadwick tells us that it should open for the traditional start of summer, Memorial Day.

“Montauk seemed like a nice fit for our coastal menu,” Chadwick says.

Expect the same fixins – raw bar, lobster rolls, and fresh local seafood fare.

Grey Lady now has a presence in three different states, including Colorado.

This image has been archived or removed.

Photo: Grey Lady

Recent Stories

Hinds Talk the ‘Prettiest Curse’ and Love for NYC [Interview]

Spanish indie rock outfit Hinds drops their much anticipated third album today, The Prettiest Curse. Prior to the pandemic, I chatted with lead singer and guitarist Carlotta Cosails. An unabashed fan, my goal was to avoid becoming awkward fangirl, Mel, from Flight of the Conchords. A nearly impossible feat, as Hinds’ first two albums, Leave […]

The Reason You Don’t See Trash Cans on the Lower East Side

You may have noticed the lack of trash cans on street corners around the Lower East Side this week. Vanished seemingly overnight. As a precaution this week, the city quietly removed receptacles from neighborhoods overwhelmingly hit by unrest and looting following the killing of George Floyd. It’s estimated that roughly 2,000 were temporarily towed citywide, […]

Pink Protest Signage Screams Poor Taste at the Museum of Ice Cream

When New York City begins its reopening on Monday, SoHo will be boarded up as if for a hurricane, and the streets emptier than when the COVID-19 shutdown began. Signage of the luxury retailers has also been erased by the appearance of bare plywood, Black Lives Matter graffiti, or both. But the Museum of Ice […]

A Scene, Unseen: LES Music Venues, Musicians Stay Visible Despite Closures

By the time this article is published, 11 weeks of self-isolation will have passed. It’s been 11 weeks since many of us have gone to work, since grocery stores have felt safe, and since handshakes have felt friendly. And those are only the most banal, everyday changes. When it comes to the moments we share […]

Lower East Side Businesses Boarded up their Storefronts Amidst Citywide Looting

When the pandemic hit, it was mainly the luxury stores in SoHo that began boarding up the windows for fear of looting. It’s now a reality in the atmosphere following the controversial death of George Floyd, an African American man who died in Minneapolis police custody. For days, looters took to the streets, oftentimes piggybacking off […]