Get 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.
No longer a menu item found only at swanky haunts, lobster rolls are now served in fast-casual eateries and even from food trucks. Here is our list of 2013’s best lobster rolls.
After sustaining major damage, Luke’s Lobster in the financial district finally reopened Thursday. Their basement filled up with water, ruining electrical systems, walls, floors and more. For more information, click here.
Similar 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.
This is hands down the best New England clam chowder I’ve had in a long time. Perfect for a cold winter’s day, or really any day.
On 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.”
Just days after Luke’s Lobster debuted their truck selling their wildly popular lobster rolls, the competition has come clawing for some street action as well.
How does some fresh off the boat seafood sound for lunch? That’s the menu at Luke’s Lobster in Manhattan. CBS 2’s Tony Tantillo checked it out for this week’s Dining Deal.