The Lobster Roll’s New Menu Features Expanding Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free and No-Sugar Added Dishes

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Amagansett Restaurant Offers Different Options for Customers with Food Allergies or Sensitivities

[AMAGANSETT, NEW YORK] – The Lobster Roll restaurant in Amagansett, New York has announced that, as part of its new menu, it is offering the first gluten-free lobster roll on Long Island. For those with nut allergies, the Lobster Roll has been preparing its fried foods using nut-free oils. It’s all part of the popular East End destination’s initiative to not only appeal to the masses but to offer specific food and drink options for people with different dietary needs and allergies.

 
The Lobster Roll has an entire menu dedicated to gluten-free dishes. Some popular items on this menu include, but are not limited to, the “Classic Lobster Roll” served on a gluten-free bun and Paul’s Famous Seafood Chili made with shrimp, lobster, scallops, and beans, topped with melted cheddar cheese, sour cream and scallions, and served with tortilla chips.
 
For a vegan-free meal, try Andrea’s Garden Kale Salad with a veggie burger on top, without the feta cheese. More than six different types of salads are available that won’t make your pants feel tight. For those looking to cut down on even more calories, broiled fish and grilled chicken are good options
 
For dessert, go for the vegan/gluten-free homemade brownies with a tall, cold glass of almond milk or Andrea’s homemade gluten-free cupcakes with your choice of homemade buttercream or chocolate ganache frosting. The Lobster Roll also offers no-sugar added drinks, pies and ice-cream. Plus, Andrea’s homemade guilt-free margarita, made with fresh juices, also has no added sugar.   
 
For more information on The Lobster Roll Amagansett, please visit www.lobsterroll.com, or call (631) 267-3740.
 

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About The Lobster Roll Amagansett 
The Lobster Roll was purchased in 1965 by Frederick H. Terry, Senior, and his Dad, Richard C. Terry Senior, when it was a tiny roadside clam shack on the Napeague stretch. In 1978, Andrea Anthony joined forces with Fred and, three years later, Paul DeAngelis came on board. Nearly five decades after opening, Andrea and Paul (both former restaurant management professors) maintain current ownership and management operations of this busy summer eatery.