After creating our own fragrances, some friends and I continued our East Village adventure with a late lunch at Luke’s Lobster, a tiny little store on 7th Street, between 2nd and 1st. You can get the regular Lobster Roll with a pickle on the side, potato chips and a drink, or you can get some creative combos that include things like shrimp rolls and crab rolls.
We were lucky to get in ahead of the rush, by the time we were finished there was a line, almost out the door. The demand for these delicious lobster rolls is not without reason, each bit was filled with yummy, buttery goodness on a warm, toasted bread – no soggy roll here! Luke’s Lobster probably has the best lobster roll that I’ve tasted to date and it’s in the East Village so it’s easy to get to!
3 thoughts on “Lobster Rolls at Luke’s”
Oooh, I must try these lobster rolls!
Yes! You need to. Let’s go together, and try Noah’s Ark!
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