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Posted on: December 21, 2021

Councilmember Kornreich and Town Clerk Lent Celebrate D.J.’s Clam Shack Grand Opening in Stony Brook

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Farmingville, NY – On December 15, Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich was joined by Town Clerk Donna Lent at the grand opening of “D.J.’s Clam Shack,” located at 1007 Route 25A in Stony Brook. The new location is the company’s fourth on Long Island, including East Northport, Wantagh and Huntington. There are two Florida locations in Key West and Indian Shores. The Key West restaurant was featured on the Food Channel program, “Diners, Drive-Ins’ and Dives.” The new, traditional quick-service restaurant has a diverse menu of seafood, chicken and drinks. Pictured at left are (left to right) Town Clerk Lent, “D.J.’s Clam Shack” owner Paul Riggio and Councilmember Kornreich. Pictured at right during the ribbon cutting ceremony are Councilmember Kornreich (left), Suffolk County Legislator Kara Hahn (front row, fourth from left) and “D.J.’s Clam Shack” owner Paul Riggio (front row, sixth from left) with residents, business owners and members of the Three Village Chamber of Commerce.

Councilmember Kornreich said, "Congratulations to ‘D.J.'s Clam Shack’ on your grand opening. We are so happy to welcome you to our community. Thank you to Paul and the rest of the staff for 'overstuffing' us with your delicious lobster roll."

Town Clerk Lent said, “It was great to join in welcoming ‘D.J.’s Clam Shack’ to the Stony Brook community. After the last two years, it is wonderful to celebrate the opening of a new business in Brookhaven Town. I believe ‘D.J.’s’ will quickly become a neighborhood favorite.”

Town Clerk Lent, “D.J.’s Clam Shack” owner Paul Riggio and Councilmember Kornreich. DJs Clam Shack group photo

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