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John Maher, the founding executive chef-partner at EAT Gastropub in Oceanside, is no longer at the restaurant.
Partner George Conforti said that he hoped to have a new executive chef in place by the beginning of May. In the meantime, Dan Monteforte, chef-partner at Swingbellys BBQ in Long Beach, is pitching in to help the existing crew.
Conforti said that while a new chef might tinker with the menu and make more use of the greens that grow in the restaurant’s on-site greenhouse, “the overall vision of the place remains the same.''
2823 Long Beach Rd. Oceanside, 516-766-9547