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Luke's Lobster

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93 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10009.

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Wendy C.
Came in for the Lobster Mac n' Cheese, but sadly it wasn't available yet. My impatient self has to wait about two weeks for it. So I tried the next best...

Jonathan N.
Okay. For the price, serving, and quality, this place is really badass. The lobster is always fresh. Every single time I go. There's this sexy butter...

Esther K.
My friend took me here when I came to NY saying that this place had the best lobster rolls. And I am inclined to agree! The restaurant is very small and...
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The Wall Street Journal
The lobster roll here is a study of balance and restraint: four ounces of sweet Maine lobster meat, a buttered bun with a brush of mayonnaise and a dash of seasoning ($14).
Indulge yourself (or with a partner) in the Noah’s Ark (2 small lobster, crab, & shrimp rolls, 2 pairs of empress class, & 2 drinks. All for $38.
Best bet for lobster roll in the East Village (maybe even all of towntown?). The $8 half sandwich will make you cry it's so small so opt for the $14 one. For bonus points go splitty-splitty w/ someo
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rating 4.1 out of 5
Melissa Tan
I thought I had reviewed Luke's Lobster ages ago, but I guess not. It's THE BEST LOBSTER ROLL I'VE EVER HAD! PERIOD. I live in Texas and find ways to make it to NYC in order to go to Luke's Lobster. It's a must during any trip to NYC. The lobster is perfectly lightly seasoned. The roll itself ....
Franklin Bonilla
As having had my 1st lobster roll recently, I had to make my way down to Luke's to have some more. The place is tiny with about 6 or so stools for sitting. A lobster roll, bag of chips, and a drink will set you back about $20. Keep in mind that the roll is maybe 6 inches long. The bread was perfectl....
Mo McBirney
I am in love with the lobster rolls here, even if they are a little pricey. It's hard to get a cheap lobster roll in NYC. But I like that the lobster meat is not over-seasoned, and the rolls are toasted and buttered. Once they accidentally gave me a shrimp roll with my to-go order instead of lobster....
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