We order a Lobster roll and the chowder, it was so good. Fast friendly service. Worth the trip downtown.
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Excellent lobster rolls, plenty of lobster. We could sit outside. Friendly staff. This is an informal, great place to 'grab a bite'. Higly recommended.
Appreciate the love Dr Tripgourmet! Thanks so much.
We ate at Luke's Lobster inside of City Kitchen before going to a broadway show. The staff was friendly and courteous. My friend had the lobster roll - it looked delicious. The City Kitchen is super convenient and easy to grab a bite. My lobster...More
We walked across the Brooklyn Bridge for a lobster roll. It was the perfect reward! Only wish they hadn't run out of beer - that would have made it 5 stars @
Hey Karen! Glad you enjoyed it. You'll have to swing back by to try our microbrews! Thanks so much for the nice review.
When a lobster is sound healthy and fresh it's only think to do... DO NOT DEBAUCH IT... And these Guys DO NOT that successfully... So Lobsters where naturally delicious..
Four meals = four happy diners! Portions are smaller than expected, but delicious and worth a return trip!
Hey Carol, Thanks so much! Really appreciate you guys coming by and for sharing some love on the webs. Hope all's well and hope to see you one of these days, Storr Erickson General Manager - East Village
I order two lobster rolls and its cost a bit, but its a special treat. The one in Park Slope Brooklyn is awesome too! Always fresh.More
Howdy Greg, Thanks for hollering! Yeah, the East Village is our first shack and we're very proud of that. We feel like we're a part of a really wonderful neighborhood here, but our Park Slope shack offers a lot, too. Beer on tap, wine, a...More
This place wasn't easy to find, but it's definitely worth it. Huge pieces of lobster in soft bun.. love it!!! We will be definitely back.More
Hey there Justin, Yeah, we're a little spot here, but I like our humble shack. You pretty much hit the nail on the head - we just try to let the lobster do the talking on buttered, toasted bun, a swipe of mayo, a drizzle...More