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Friday, 17 June 2016 12:07
Shucks and Lures at Fish at 30 Lake
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Sometimes the best way to enjoy seafood is to roll up your sleeves and dig in. Several prominent members of the community did just that this week at Angelo Mazzone’s latest venture, Fish at 30 Lake, shucking inaugural oysters during a sneak preview of the new restaurant on Monday, June 13, alongside executives from Mazzone Hospitality. “Our goal in conceptualizing Fish at 30 Lake was to create an approachable and comfortable space with the same quality and service we are known for at Mazzone Hospitality, yet different from our existing restaurants and unlike anything in Saratoga Springs,” said Mazzone Hospitality Owner Angelo Mazzone. “We look forward to providing an exciting new option for diners throughout the Spa City as we open our doors just as the summer tourism season is getting underway and weeks from the start of the racing season.” The industrial-style setting contributes to a fresh, seaside feel that makes eating with your fingers the most natural way to enjoy some of the day-boat caught menu items. Fish at 30 Lake features natural touches of reclaimed wood and industrial influences, including a hand-crafted wine cabinet and a large mural painted by a local artist. The biggest lure to Fish at 30 is its fresh seafood menu with such items as Petite Lobster Rolls, Grilled Octopus, a one pound Lobster Cocktail, Seared Tuna crusted with wasabi peas and pistachios, and Thai mussels in green curry and coconut milk. The menu also includes hardwood grilled fish and pizza, and a free-standing raw bar, as well as plates to share. And if that’s not enough to lure you in, Fish at 30 Lake also includes a mixologist-led bar program with hand-crafted cocktails, local spirits and an approachable wine list. In addition to the restaurant, Fish at 30 Lake will provide catering and event services to guests at the adjacent Pavilion Grand Hotel, including in-suite dining and rooftop events, as well as private wedding brunches and innovative packages for travelers, such as in-suite DIY (do-it-yourself) dinners. Mazzone Hospitality Chief Operating Officer and Partner Mark A. Delos and Corporate Executive Chef William Brown will oversee the new venture. They are assisted by Saratoga Springs restaurateur Ron Farber, who joined the Mazzone Hospitality team as a restaurant specialist in April. Fish at 30 Lake is located at the corner of Lake Avenue and Pavilion Place in downtown Saratoga Springs. The restaurant will formally open to the public on Saturday, June 18. Reservations will be accepted beginning on Monday, June 20. The restaurant will open at 2 p.m. daily for light fare and cocktails, with dinner service beginning at 5:30 p.m. Dinner service on Sunday begins at 3 p.m. Seating is available indoors for 80 and on the patio for 40. For more information about Mazzone Hospitality, visit www.mazzonehospitality.com.