Best Lobster Rolls In NYC: Luke's Lobster, Cull & Pistol, MoreNow that the weather is finally getting nicer, it's time to enjoy a lobster roll and a cold brew. Here are five places serving up the freshest and tastiest rolls in the city.
7 Best Lobster Dishes In NYCEnjoy the last weekend of the summer by feasting on lobster, that most summery of crustaceans. The restaurants featured below make our seven favorite lobster dishes in the city.
NYC's 11 Best Seafood SandwichesGet your fix, whether it's lobster, crab, clam or oyster you crave. These are our favorite seafood sandwiches in the city, from lobster rolls to authentic NOLA po' boys.
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NY Food Truck Lunch: Connecticut-Style Lobster Roll From Red Hook Lobster PoundRed Hook's lobster rolls are $16, which is more than I usually spend for lunch. Is it worth the extra lunch money? One thing was immediately clear: They didn't skimp on lobster. This sucker was packed with lobster meat. In fact, the roll was so full that it was a little tricky to pick up at first, but I managed.
NY Food Truck Lunch: Crab Roll From Luke's Lobster TruckSimilar to their other rolls, Luke's starts with a toasted, very buttery top-sliced roll. Into the roll goes basically crab meat and very little else.
CBS New York's Guide To Labor Day 2011Check out our ideas and tips on how to make the most of this last long summer weekend.
A Guide To The Connecticut Coast’s Best Lobster RollsThe mouth-watering delectable known as lobster is worth a trip to the Connecticut Coast. Whether you ride the train or rent a car, you’ll enjoy the scenic views. Here are the best lobster rolls on the Connecticut Coast.
Ahoy There! Luke's Lobster Opens New Restaurant In Financial DistrictOn Friday, the much-awaited Financial District version of Luke's Lobster will open – and the two guys behind the restaurant are, in their own words, “pretty psyched about it.”