How Do You Feel About a Tattoo Parlor Opening in Montauk?

Lola Snow, a resident of Montauk, is an experienced tattoo artist.

Lola's Tattoos will be opening later this month near the Montauk Train Station, according to a story on 27East.

Lola Snow, a 65-year-old Montauk resident, is opening up the shop in a former beauty parlor. She has had a shop in Bogata, NJ, for many years. 

It will be the first tattoo shop on the South Fork. One is opening up in Greenport in the spring, as well. 

What do you think about having a tattoo shop in the Town of East Hampton? Is Montauk a good fit for it? Tell us in the comments below. 

In February, we asked readers if they wanted a tattoo parlor on the East End. Find out what they said here.

jodi jarvis October 12, 2012 at 02:47 PM
Everyone has a right to decide what they want on their body. It's their choice. If you don't want a tattoo then don't get one. But do not bash the people that do get them. Who cares if there is a tattoo place in montauk. I say good for them!! I don't hear people complaining about all the bars open and open late people drinking on sidewalks etc.
Elektra Ray October 12, 2012 at 09:39 PM
I am all for a tattoo studio in Montauk! I love the art and personally know that Lola and her staff of talented artists run a very tight ship! Welcome Lola, many years of success to you! Keeping the Montauk Spirit alive!
Artie October 13, 2012 at 03:53 AM
Lady L, although I don't personally have a tatoo, my point is if you don't like it don't look. Your entitled to your opinion but everyone has a right to do to their bodies what they choose. If you look into the past thousands of years tatoos have been part of many many cultures.
Ralebird October 13, 2012 at 08:04 AM
Good luck with your new endeavor, but isn't just a bit pretentious to quibble over the parlor/studio thing, especially when you're looking for someone with "no attitudes please"?
Blue Heron October 15, 2012 at 12:16 AM
Welcome Lola, I'll be a regular customer. Can you guess what I have a tattoo of? ;-)


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