Inaugural Draft List: Tullulah’s (Bay Shore)


Photo: Tullulah’s

10 Avenue
Bay Shore, NY 11706
(631) 969-9800

Tullulah’s is back.

The tapas restaurant in Bay Shore, originally 600-square-feet with 18 seats, has expanded to 3,600-square-feet. Steven Scalesse, Dave Prunier, and Ryan Sipp acquired and renovated two adjacent buildings during the nine-month closure, increasing capacity to 120 seats. The trio also added a bar, discarding the business’ original BYOB format.

Scalesse remains executive chef.

Sean Nolan, general manager, describes the new 15-draft bar as “hand-built with a left of center program of draft wines, cider, and a lot of good beer.” It was constructed with fire-damaged wood from the New York City Police Department’s 90th Precinct in Brooklyn.

“It’s going to start as a few of our favorite things, but we’ll change it over time, depending on what sells,” says Nolan, who previously worked as brewery ambassador for Great South Bay Brewery. “There will always be a line for funky sours and we’ll always pour a kölsch.”

Tullulah’s reopens on August 07.

Inaugural Draft List

21st Amendment Brewery Brew Free! Or Die IPA
21st Amendment Brewery Hell or High Watermelon Wheat Beer
Anderson Valley Brewing Company Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout
Blue Point Brewing Company Hoptical Illusion
Blue Point Brewing Company Toasted Lager
Captain Lawrence Brewing Company Captain’s Kölsch
Crispin Cider Original
Elki Sauvignon Blanc
Fire Island Beer Company Sea Salt Ale
Goose Island Beer Company Sofie
Harpoon Brewery UFO White
Joel Gott 815 Cabernet Sauvignon
Long Ireland Beer Company Breakfast Stout
Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale
Victory Beer Company Hop Wallop

niko krommydas

Niko Krommydas has written for Tasting Table, BeerAdvocate, Munchies, and First We Feast. He is editor of Craft Beer New York, an app for the iPhone, and a columnist for Yankee Brew News. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.