Luke’s Lobster owner Luke Holden says that it does not take a great chef to make a great lobster roll, it takes great lobster. He buys his lobster, shrimp, and other seafood from sustainable Maine fisheries he knows and trusts, packs them in his own fish factory and delivers them fresh and sealed to his restaurants.
It also helps that the rolls are fresh, toasted, and buttered and that the serving of lobster is generous. Additionally, the price is always right. Luke’s Lobster shack is quite an unassuming establishment, but the lobster rolls, clam chowder, shrimp rolls, and a few other items from the small menu offer the true, authentic flavor of Maine. The only other thing you need for a perfect meal is also conveniently available – a bottle of cold beer from one of the local microbreweries.
7129 Bethesda Ln, Bethesda, MD 20814, United States¸ Tel. +1 301-718-1005 (website)
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