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Main Catch Begins Serving Lunch, Extends Its Hours

Commack's new steak, seafood and sushi restaurant starts serving up new lunch menu mid-day and debuts new website.


A Commack restaurant is expanding is hours in hopes residents and loyal customers will be willing to drop by for lunch.

Main Catch has created a unique lunch menu that debuted on Thursday. The restaurant is extending its hours in order to offer lunch service and debuting a new website.

Main Catch, a steak, seafood and sushi restaurant, opened at the former site of Southside Fish & Clams on Jericho Turnpike that celebrated its soft opening in August. While the restaurant is owned same managers, the primary change is its transformation from a self-service eatery to a full-service fine dining restaurant.

"Our soft opening has yielded some great responses, as well as some constructive criticism. We have made some small changes, expanded the menu by a few dishes, and have created a scrumptious lunch menu," said Craig Cook, a spokesman for Main Catch.

The restaurant will begin opening daily at 11:30 a.m. as of Oct. 4 to serve up lunch. The lunch menu will be posted on Main Catch's new website shortly, according to Craig. It is now accepting both walk-ins and reservations. 

The website has a fully detailed listing of Main Catch's dinner menu, sushi bar offerings, specialties, kid's menu and desserts. Potential diners can also browse their extensive wine list and draft beer selection. One of the restaurant's unique features, its 1.5 to 4-pound live lobster tanks, are highlighted on the website.

In addition to these changes, Main Catch has started hosting Thursday and Friday night Happy Hours, from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m., offering half-priced beers and martinis with a selection of complimentary appetizers and snacks.

We'd like to know, have you eaten at Main Catch? If so, what did you think of their food and service?


pbug56 October 05, 2012 at 08:11 PM
I wonder if any of the people who don't like it for dinner will like it for lunch?
MM October 05, 2012 at 09:14 PM
The menu is pretty limited for a seafood restaurant. There are only 7 seafood entrees listed and there are no seafood platters or combinations such as shrimp and scallops etc. Unless they get more varied choices I dont see how they are going to stay in business.
Roberta Teer October 07, 2012 at 04:30 PM
A suggestion: When a Patch article refers to a website - it would be helpful if that web address is included. How 'bout a link?

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