Arnold Palmer

Traditionally three parts ice tea and one part lemonade, the Arnold Palmer was named for the golfer who devised it and whose favorite drink it was. Variations include a half-and-half with equal parts tea and lemonade, a nectarous version made with sweet tea, and alcoholic Arnold Palmers that include vodka.

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Grilled split-top bun overflows with lobster meat ... Maine lobster roll
Kettle Cove Creamery & Cafe | Maine Lobster Roll

CAPE ELIZABETH, ME

Aiken Fish House & Oyster Bar

AIKEN, SC

Deep South Cheese & Grill

DEARING, GA

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