Seafood >Luke's Lobster
“have paid a pretty penny for a larger roll in other places in the city but the lobster is hacked to bits and not as tasty.”
“The people behind the counter were super friendly.”
“and the lobster chunks are huge!”
The battle for lobster roll supremacy in New York is surprisingly intense -- it is a New England specialty after all. But we do it better than they do, and Luke's does it best of all.
Citysearch Editorial Review. Maine native Luke Holden opened this East Village lobster roll joint with a secret weapon--his dad. Jeff Holden owns Portland Shellfish, which allows his son Luke to get great deals on fresh shellfish and sell his lobster rolls for only $14. Sure, the tiny restaurant--with its handful of stools, beach mural and metal counter--isn’t fancy, but its lobster rolls, with thick chunks of fresh lobster and soft, buttery rolls, are just as good as the ones served in much tonier digs.
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