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Friday, January 23, 2009

Lure Fish Bar, Soho

Lure Bar, Soho
Photo by myself at Lure, a restaurant on Prince Street in Soho.

This restaurant/bar in Soho is just around the corner from the Prada store.

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I dined at Lure this week, which was a treat. Their mostly seafood fare and drink never disappoints, and the interiors are an architect's dream. There is an attention to detail evident in the nautically inspired hardware and sumptuous surfaces.

What I love about this place is that it's partially underground. Large round 'porthole' windows reveal the legs of New Yorkers walking by.

I'm not a Sex and the City expert, but I can guarantee the girls dined and drank here. It's swanky and sleek, modern yet warm, and almost always abuzz with energy.

Plus, the food is good!

Incidentally, a photo of mine made it to another blog recently, Tasting Table. Check it out, if you need to find a good spot to eat in New York or LA.

Lure Bar, Soho
A glimpse into the wood paneled bar. A huge opening provides a view of the sushi bar.

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9 comments:

Olivier said...

classe comme bar, je note l'adresse sur mon petit carnet à spirale.

class bar, I note the address on my little spiral notebook.

luvmyboys said...

Looks interesting.

Kengot said...

Lure Fish Bar, interesting name.
It seems as between fine bar and restraunt.
Maybe fish dishes are fine.

tr3nta said...

this photo is great lots of perspective... And the place looks very nice too...

Tammy said...

Being for the Maritimes I LOVE seafood!

Fredrik said...

Cool! The opening and the windows makes me think of the interior of an Imperial Battle Ship, that's Star Wars, for those who didn't know.

Mame said...

Nice warm tones for a watery-themed place. You wrote a lovely description too. I'm going soon!

valeria said...

I like it, it, looks like the dinette of a yacht...

I-5 Design & Manufacture said...

I really like the interior of this restaurant, it has nautical elements without being over done. The round booths are one of my favorite features, they look comfortable very fitting. Thanks for sharing these.