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Wednesday night: Lobster bake @ Chachama Grill, E. Patchogue

Elmer Rubio, chef-owner of Chachama Grill in East

Elmer Rubio, chef-owner of Chachama Grill in East Patchogue, poses for a portrait in the restaurant kitchen. (Oct. 9, 2009) (Credit: Michael Nagle)

Summer begins this evening – at least in East Patchogue, where Chachama Grill chef owner Elmer Rubio presents the first Wednesday lobster bake of the season.

What do you get for $47 a person? A lot, actually. The meal starts with either steamed Prince Edward Island mussels in a garlic white wine sauce with shallots and herbs; or a bowl of lobster bisque, followed by a salad of baby organic greens with fresh herbs, a goat cheese crouton and a mixed-herb vinaigrette. Then, there’s the lobster – a 2-pounder – that comes with grilled sweet white corn, ancho chile lemon butter and a baked Idaho potato. The finale is a medley of sorbets.

Chachama Grill is at 655-08 Montauk Hwy., East Patchogue, 631-758-7640

Above, Chachama Grill chef-owner Elmer Rubio
 

Tags: Chachama Grill , East Patchogue , Elmer Rubio

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