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Lobster Grille Inn: new in Southampton

Sign at the new Lobster Grille, replacing the

Sign at the new Lobster Grille, replacing the Lobster Inn in Southampton. (Credit: Newsday/Peter Gianotti)

The Lobster Grille Inn is the new restaurant on the site occupied since 1969 by The Lobster Grill.

You see it off Montauk Highway, on the north side, where the road narrows as you enter Southampton.

Refreshed and updated, the eatery, also referred to as the Lobster Grille, specializes in seafood. Its lobster preparations include a lobster roll, steamed lobster and chilled lobster, as part of an appetizer sampler.

The executive chef is Randy Riess, who cooked at 75 Main in Southampton. The new owner is Southampton businessman Tim Burke, who also was associated with 75 Main. They operate 230 Elm, the event space in Southampton.

Their restaurant is open seven days, for lunch and dinner.

The Lobster Grille Inn, 162 W. Inlet Rd., Southampton; 631-283-1525.

Sign of the times.

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