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End of an era at East Coast Grill

Posted by Devra First  February 21, 2012 01:37 PM

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File Photo/Patricia McDonnell for The Boston Globe

Schlesinger (right) imparts words of grilling wisdom at the restaurant circa 2005.

It is official. East Coast Grill owner Chris Schlesinger is selling the restaurant, as has been rumored for some time. The buyers will continue to operate East Coast Grill. They know what they're doing. They are executive chef Jason Herd, general manager Robin Greenspan, and James Lozano. The transfer will be finalized this spring.

Schlesinger will take some time to travel, continuing to learn about food from around the world. The new team will keep on grilling, barbecuing, shucking, and setting people's faces on fire at Hell Night events.

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