Economy, roadwork convinces Lobster Inn owner to reopen for yet another summer - 27 East

Economy, roadwork convinces Lobster Inn owner to reopen for yet another summer

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author on May 6, 2009
The venerable Lobster Inn on County Road 39 in Southampton will open for its 40th summer tonight, May 7, even though the owners of the restaurant thought they were done... more

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