BYOG Wine Bar is getting ready to open in Port Jefferson Village. According to the new business’ Facebook page, BYOG will be a “low key wine bar featuring small batch wine and beer. Small plates, charcuterie and desserts are all hand made locally.”
The page has been teasing out some news here and there since it launched in early May.
In one post the wine bar announced that it will be working with Long Island-based Grazing Girls “to provide our guests with incredibly beautiful and delicious charcuterie boxes!” Grazing Girls is a company run by two self-described “foodie sisters” who curate and handcraft grazing boxes of foodstuff from cheese to desserts.
Sample of charcuterie boxes from Grazing Girls that will be available from BYOG Wine Bar. Photo: BYOG Wine Bar Facebook page.
BYOG Wine Bar will be moving into the space where East Main & Main donuts used to be at 250 East Main Street in Port Jefferson. The donut shop moved in to share space with another of Harris’ restaurants, Torte Jeff Pie Company - also on East Main Street in Port Jefferson.
According to a story on GreaterPortJeff, the wine bar is a “bring your own glass” concept that is the brainchild of local restaurateur, Lisa Harris, who has seen success with many other enterprises like the Prohibition Kitchen, Prohibition East Beach taco stand, and East Main & Main donuts.
Opening date is still to be determined. The business will take over the site of East Main & Main donuts, which
Location: 250 East Main Street Port Jefferson.