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Prime's Owners Open Catering Site

The Harbor at Prime features sophisticated lighting with changeable colors. Photo Credit: Pam Robinson
The Harbor at Prime features sophisticated lighting with changeable colors. Photo Credit: Pam Robinson
The Harbor at Prime, a stylish new catering facility, is officially open in Huntington.

Town Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, Town Council members Susan Berland and Mark Cuthbertson and Huntington Chamber of Commerce representatives were among the dignitaries on hand to cut the ribbon, along with Michael and Kurt Bohlsen, who also own Prime restaurant next door.

The 13,000-square-foot facility offers wall-to-ceiling windows, an expansive view of the harbor, menus from Prime and a modern mix of colors.  

Kurt Bohlsen said, "We're very happy to be here, in a premier spot in Huntington. This is a special events place made more special by the view."

The facility is designed to cater to such events as weddings and bar mitzvahs, business meetings and other social occasions. It is designed for events for 35 to 350 guests. The Prime menu is a key factor, Kurt Bohlsen said, because it provides an economy of scale while emphasizing the importance of quality food no matter what the size of the crowd.  

Petrone welcomed The Harbor Club at Prime as a significant contributor to the  restaurant and nightlife scene, saying "It will be topnotch for Huntington."

Turtle December 06, 2013 at 08:19 AM
Hmmmm. Looks like a nightclub. Would have to see it in person.
Anthony Polimeni December 06, 2013 at 11:20 AM
My wife and I were there for the Holiday Boat Parade last Sunday. It is absolutely stunning and the food was top shelf.
G December 06, 2013 at 02:02 PM
Methinks Fat Franky was only looking for a free meal. Honestly, I have never been a big fan of Prime. It always seemed a tad overrated to me. Basically a place to "be seen" at.
Urban December 06, 2013 at 03:29 PM
PARKING? PARKING? PARKING? TRAFFIC BACKUP ALONG 110? MUSIC (NOISE) TRAVELING ACROSS THE HARBOR AND HILLS LATE INTO THE NIGHT?
Turtle December 06, 2013 at 05:26 PM
I wouldn't mind hearing the music late at night as long as I could live near the harbor. ; )

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