‘Over Easy’ Breakfast Place Coming to the Village

A seasoned Huntington restaurateur is planning to open his next venture within about two weeks with a focus on breakfasts and affodability.

Louie Aloe is turning 46G Gerard St., formerly Vinoteka 46, into the aptly named Over Easy, with traditional breakfasts throughout the day, as well as more contemporary choices.

Aloe, who, in his early 20s, managed Munday’s, and later owned Black and Blue Seafood Chop House, said his restaurant will¬† be open 8-4 each day.

“We want to be a little bit of old school meets new, with pancakes, blue-plate specials, egg platter, maybe burgers, but add noveau, with avocado or feta toast, bring in more of the new stuff.”

The cost of dining out is a concern, he said. “I want to create a place for families; everythng is more expensive. You’ve got to take out a mortgage to eat out,” he said.¬† “We want to be affordable, so people can come in three times a week.”

He wants to use local vendors whenever feasible. “We’ll use as many local vendors as we can,” he said, planning to go green.

After leaving Black and Blue, Aloe moved on to running another restaurant in Mount Sinai, working with a restaurant in Smithtown and another in Jericho. Now he’s back in Huntington.

He hopes to open the new place between July 15-July 20.

 

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