Lobster

Usually the most expensive thing on a restaurant menu, lobsters offer unique pleasure that sometimes requires utensil dexterity. For instance, the whole lobster is a connoisseur’s choice that demands nutcrackers and picks to get all the meat – an experience best enjoyed at a picnic table on a pier overlooking the Downeast shore. There are lobster tails (mostly from Latin America, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand), which are the height of luxury – easy to eat with a ramekin of melted butter for dipping, and frequently paired with steak on high-end surf & turf platters. And there are lobster rolls, which are the easiest of all to eat – just meat and butter or mayo in a bun. And of course there are countless recipes in which lobster’s inimitably luxurious flavor stars: savory lobster pie, lobster mac & cheese, lobster risotto, lobster bisque, lobster ravioli, lobster Benedict, lobster salad, etc.

Restaurants With This Dish

Jerry’s Seafood

BOWIE, MD

Helen’s Restaurant

MACHIAS, ME

Yolk Café

NEW LONDON, CT

Edie’s Express

LAFAYETTE, LA

Lobster and steamer clams in a bowl with broth and butter
Rising Tide Restaurant

SCARBOROUGH, ME

Keys Fisheries

MARATHON, FL

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