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Lobster rolls at Kerber’s Farm in Huntington
Lobster with chickens. That’s the surprisingly appetizing twosome now on offer at Kerber’s Farm in Huntington. The lobster is mixed with chopped celery and a minimum of mayonnaise, piled into a toasted hot-dog bun and served with potato chips. While you eat, the chickens cluck contentedly in their coop along one side of Kerber’s lovely gravel-paved backyard.
Lobster rolls are $17.50, griddled hot dogs are $4.50 and roasted ears of corn are $4. And when you’re finished with the savory portion of the meal, head into Kerber’s bakery for one (or more) of Danna Abrams superlative pies, cookies or pastries.
Lobster salad is made fresh daily and has been known to run out. Calling ahead is advisable.
Kerber's Farm is open until 8 p.m. on weekdays, until 9 p.m. on weekends at 309 W. Pulaski Rd., Huntington 631-423-4400.