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Best Places To Eat Lobster In Boston

admin on May 29, 2018 - 3:43 pm in Around Town, Featured
Lobster is a classic element of New England cuisine because it is so readily available. If you’re looking for fresh lobster, lobster rolls, or just about any lobster related meal, you’re sure to find it in Boston! The next time you’re hankering after a dish that involves lobster, consider one of these restaurants:

Yankee Lobster

Yankee Lobster has been providing Boston with quality lobster since 1950. At the market you can purchase live lobster, lobster meat, crabmeat, and both fresh and cooked shrimp. At the restaurant, you will find a variety of creative and traditional meals to try, such as hot lobster rolls, lobster club sandwiches, lobster mac and cheese, and even fresh, whole lobsters. There are some great views of the seaport from the outdoor patio so you might want to snag one of these seats on a warm day. You’ll either drive a car or to ride the bus (easiest way is by taking the number 4) but the trek is worth it.

James Hook & Co

James Hook & Co is a family run business that has supplied Boston with lobster from the North Atlantic Ocean for 85 years. You can visit their seafood shanty if you’re on Atlantic Avenue. James Hook and Co offers live lobsters, lobster tails, and lobster meat, as well as items such as Rockport lobster bisque and fresh lobster roll. James Hook & Co will deliver to anywhere in the United States except for Hawaii; no matter where you are you can always satisfy your lobster craving! James Hook & Co is an easy ten-minute walk from the Devonshire Apartments.

Alive & Kicking Lobster

Alive & Kicking Lobster is the place to go if you’re looking for a lobster salad sandwich, chowder, bisque, or live or cooked lobster. It’s a no-frills seafood and sandwich spot on Putnam Avenue in Cambridge, which is easily accessible on the Red Line. If you’re in need of a large lobster (think 10 pounds), you’ll find it here. Other seafood offered includes fresh, salmon, scallops, and oysters.

Atlantic Fish Company

If you’re looking for a sit down meal for brunch, lunch, or dinner with friends and family, you’ll want to visit Atlantic Fish Company on Boylston Street. This is the place to go if you want to enjoy your lobster in a creative way. Enjoy eggs Benedict with lobster, lobster ravioli, a chilled shellfish platter, lobster risotto, or seafood stew. There’s also a kid’s menu, which includes chicken fingers, linguine, grilled cheese, and cheeseburgers. To get to Atlantic Fish from Devonshire, take the Organize Line from State Street to Back Bay Station, or the Green Line from Government Center to Copley Square.

Legal Sea Foods

Legal Sea Foods has been in business since 1950 and since then, they have been well known for their classic New England seafood dishes, daily specials, and even sushi. You’ll find items such as lobster bisque, surf & turf, seafood casserole, baked stuffed lobster, and lobster bake on the menu. There are several locations throughout the city, but the most convenient to the Devonshire Apartments is on State Street and is only a seven-minute walk. When hankering for lobster, you really can’t go wrong with one of these choices!

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