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Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar

Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar, a veteran Huntington restaurant, has added an oyster bar, refurbished its dining room, and improved its kitchen....

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Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar, a veteran Huntington restaurant,  has added an oyster bar, refurbished its dining room, and improved its kitchen.

A 2-pound steamed lobster served with butter sauce is on the menu at Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington.

Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington, opened in 2006, but has changed chefs and undergone a handsome redesign, recently adding an oyster bar. 

The waterside deck, with sweeping views of Huntington Harbor and a marina, is among the popular dining areas at Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar.

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A  spacious bar is part of Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington.

Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington has a newly renovated dining room.

Caramelized figs paired  with prosciutto, goat cheese, and nuts are among the appetizers on the menu at Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington.

A combo of oysters, shrimp, and crab are on the raw bar menu at  Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington.

A 40-ounce, 21-day dry-aged rib-eye steak is served on the bone at Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington.

Executive chef James Orlandi shucks oysters behind the new oyster bar at Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington.

Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington is in the Bohlsen Restaurant Group, which also includes Tellers: An American Chophouse, and Verace: True Italian, both in Islip; and H20: Seafood and Sushi in Smithtown and East Islip. Executive chef James Orlandi stands on Prime's deck overlooking Huntington Harbor with owners Michael and Kurt Bohlsen.