Currently making its way through the City permit process, the Asian-inspired seafood restaurant had announced it would be ready by the end of the year, filling the 5,784-square-foot space with a 16-seat lounge, 11-seat sushi bar, and room for 40 diners out on the patio.
Now adjusted to be “coming soon,” SeaBream also replaces Kuyas, a planned, then abandoned, oyster- and martini-focused restaurant from Hawaii and chef Jimi Lasquete.
In its place, SeaBream will be helmed by chef Jill Montinola, formerly of the Seaspice Brasserie & Lounge in Miami and importing different Asian-inspired umami flavors to elevate the dishes.
Located on the western side of Tivoli Vilage, across from recent arrival Hop Nuts Brewing, SeaBream customers will be able to sit at the lounge situated right by the entrance, or head to the nine-seat bar.
The rectangular main dining room runs parallel to the sushi bar and the restaurant is also expecting the indoor/outdoor patio to become a major attraction, featuring its own bar and retaining from Kabuki, a front seating section right by Tivoli’s pedestrian walkway.
Future opening hours, and fuller hint of the menu have not been revealed.
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