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Post-Sandy Hudsons on the Mile opening in Freeport

Hudsons on the Mile is set to open

Hudsons on the Mile is set to open on Thursday, May 23, 2013. (May 15, 2013) (Credit: Ian J. Stark)

Following an extensive post-Sandy renovation, the former Hudson & McCoy in Freeport is to open this Thursday, May 23, with new owners and a new name. Now known as Hudsons on the Mile, the seafood-focused restaurant is owned by Butch Yamali, whose holdings also include Maliblue Oyster Bar in Lido Beach, as well as several catering properties.

“We put in a sushi bar and updated the menu,” Yamali said. Chef Chris Seidl, who is executive chef for Yamali’s restaurant group, and co-chef Lucas Hadoulis, who cooked at Il Cortile in Little Italy, are in charge of the kitchen.

On the menu: lobster tacos ($12), twin lobster roll ($16), fish and chips ($15), linguine in clam sauce ($19) and three from the sea — a mixed platter of — shrimp, scallops and flounder, blackened, broiled or fried ($25), pan-seared branzino ($26) and marinated grilled skirt steak ($25). And a 10-ounce burger ($12).

In addition to indoor tables, there’s seating for 150 outdoors as well as an outdoor bar and a stage for music shows.

Hudsons on the Mile is at 340 Woodcleft Ave., Freeport, 516-442-5569.

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