At Red Maple, the restaurant at The Chequit on Shelter...

At Red Maple, the restaurant at The Chequit on Shelter Island, you can also dine on the newly renovated hotel's terrace. Credit: Salt Hotels

Red Maple, a New American restaurant, has opened in The Chequit, the renovated landmark on Shelter Island.

Executive chef Richard Pims (formerly of The Sea Fire Grill in Manhattan) goes local with a raw bar of Peconic Bay littleneck clams and Montauk pearl oysters. He also sends out Montauk fluke crudo, rillettes of smoked bluefish with fried capers, and a chilled 1.25-pound lobster.

Main dishes take in a lobster roll, a soft-shell crab BLT, pan-roasted Atlantic cod, Champagne-poached black bass, a double-cut Berkshire blade pork chop and an 18-oz. rib-eye steak.

Red Maple is open daily from 5 to 10 p.m.

The Chequit is now part of Salt Hotels, whose owners' design for Red Maple was inspired by Joon Bar + Kitchen in Provincetown, on Cape Cod.

Red Maple, 23 Grand Ave., Shelter Island Heights; 631-749-0018.