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Sea Dog Brew Pub Reopens with 'Hell's Kitchen' Chef

Ray Alongi introduced a new menu at the restaurant.

Chef Ray Alongi (center) and Sea Dog owners Peter Lucido and Michael Nedeau. Courtesy photo.
Chef Ray Alongi (center) and Sea Dog owners Peter Lucido and Michael Nedeau. Courtesy photo.
Sea Dog Brew Pub in Hull reopened for the season Wednesday—and Ray Alongi, who starred on Gordon Ramsey's Hell's Kitchen, is the new executive chef.

Alongi created a new "Reggae Brunch" for Sunday that features such items as “The Chicken, Egg, and Biscuit Thing” and “Lobster BLT Tacos.” The brunch will also feature a Bloody Mary bar.

The old horseshoe bar in the middle of the dining room was replaced with a rustic oak bar top that gives all patrons a view of the sunset.

The restaurant's “Focus on the Family” service initiative will benefit several local charities.

Here's more from Sea Dog:

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Sea Dog Brew Pub, located at 2 A Street, at Sunset Bay Marina in Hull, Massachusetts, re-opens for its 2014 season Wednesday, April 2nd at 4pm.

Gearing up to launch their new “Focus on Family” community service program as they roll out the 2014 season, Sea Dog unveils a new family-friendly redesign, a new Head Chef and delicious new menu, featuring new twists on old favorites, gluten free and vegetarian options, and a new Sunday Reggae Brunch Menu.

New Executive Chef, Ray Alongi, has enhanced the Sea Dog’s menu with his creativity and experience, highlighting the flavors of the seasons and capitalizing on fresh, local ingredients. Born in Boston and raised in Quincy, Alongi, an award-winning chef with over 30 years of experience, including competing in the 2013 season of Gordon Ramsey’s “Hell’s Kitchen”, has been featured in numerous local and national publications.

In addition to the daily lunch and dinner menus, Alongi has created a new Sunday Reggae Brunch menu, featuring such items as “Your Morning Doughnuts”, “The Chicken, Egg, and Biscuit Thing” and “Lobster BLT Tacos”. Sunday Reggae Brunch begins Easter Sunday, April 20th and runs through the summer season (Brunch begins at 10am). The Build-Your-Own-Bloody-Mary-Bar also returns to the Sunday Reggae Brunch offering.

Sea Dog’s extensive renovations are designed to enhance the customer experience and encourage more families to enjoy the dining room and outdoor deck spaces. The old horseshoe bar in the middle of the dining room has been replaced with a beautiful rustic oak bar top, allowing for more group-friendly seating options in the dining room area. Featuring a new back bar mirror, the view of the sunset is now available from every seat.

Owners, Peter Lucido and Michael Nedeau, celebrate this exciting re-opening by creating a unique philanthropic community service campaign to support local charities during Sea Dog’s 2014 season. “Focus on the Family” at Sea Dog highlights one charity each month – beginning with the Kerry Jon Walker Fund, Helping Humanity in April and including supporting such organizations as Wellspring, PMC South Shore Kids Ride, Hull’s own Sunset Point Camp and MA Soldiers Legacy Funds throughout the season. Sea Dog will host “Aquafest” – a fishing tournament to support Sunset Point Camp – beginning August 1st and will be open for participation and registration this summer.

Sea Dog is open Wednesday through Sunday (W/Th 4pm-11pm, F/S 11am-1am, Sunday 11am-10pm) and will be open for lunch beginning Memorial Day weekend. Reservations are now accepted for parties of 6 or more.

In addition, The Bay View Function Room at Sea Dog in Hull is available for private parties, weddings and events. Offering everything from elegant entrees to the classic New England clambake, the Bay View Room can accommodate up to 120 guests, boasts sweeping views, a private outdoor patio and is handicapped accessible with its own private restrooms. To reserve the Bay View Room, contact Events Manager Jennifer McGuire at 781.773.1840. For more information, or to make a reservation, please call Sea Dog at 781.773.1840 or visit online atwww.seadoghull.com.

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