Red Hook Lobster Pound

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NYC Food Truck Lunch: Soup’s On At The Red Hook Lobster Truck

Thanksgiving may have been 2 weeks ago, but heading out into the cold weather for lunch, we were thankful the Red Hook Lobster Truck was parked nearby.


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The 9 Best Lobster Rolls In New York City

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.

CBS New York–06/17/2013

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NY Food Truck Lunch: Connecticut-Style Lobster Roll From Red Hook Lobster Pound

Red 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.


Lobster Pound BLT (credit: Red Hook Lobster/Facebook)

NY Food Truck Lunch: Lobster BLT From Red Hook Lobster Truck

The Lobster BLT comes on the same lightly-toasted, top-sliced bun they use for the lobster rolls. In addition to a healthy dose of lobster mixed with apple chipotle mayo, there are 2 thick slices of bacon and tomato on the bun.


The Red Hook Lobster Pound Truck, or 'Big Red.' (credit: Jesse Zanger/

Lobster Wars Heat Up In New York City As Red Hook Lobster Pound Rolls Out New Truck

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.