For views of the Peconic River and a menu of family recipes, consider Case’s Place, a new restaurant serving lunch and dinner scheduled to open on the New Suffolk waterfront on Memorial Day weekend.

In a space that had been the Galley Ho, the restaurant will be run by Maryann and Ken Birmingham, the couple who steered Riverhead Beef Butcher Shop from 1995 to 2005.

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Named for Maryann’s family, Case’s Place will serve food such as Manhattan clam chowder, a raw bar, burgers, sandwiches and fish tacos. The desserts will come from her grandmother’s trove of recipes, including shortbreads and seasonal fruit crumbles. Expect prices from $5 to $15 for starters and sandwiches.

Following a build out spearheaded by the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund, the location now boasts a new kitchen, a refurbished bar, a beachy dining room and a restored dock.

Diners can arrive by land or by sea, since there’s an extensive parking lot as well as boat slips.

650 1st St, New Suffolk, 631-276-6911