This lobster seller trucks the critters from Maine to the storefront every week. You can order two styles of lobster roll—the warm and buttered Connecticut version or the cold and mayo-laced New England one—plus Maine Root sodas and Robicelli treats.
|Venue name:||Red Hook Lobster Pound||Contact:|
284 Van Brunt St
|Cross street:||between Verona St and Visitation Pl|
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun noon–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: Travel: F, G to Smith–9th Sts, then take the B77 bus to Verona and Van Brunt Sts|
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Connecticut lobster roll is perfection. Went to the Montauk, NY location recently but have also been to the Red Hook location and I'm obsessed.
Served with a pickle so you get a little side already... BUT I also ordered the homemade coleslaw which tasted amazing. In Montauk, there are cute picnic tables to sit at outside of the busy shop. How GOOOD does that look? The paprika and scallions on top make it so much better!
This is the best Lobster roll in the city. They've actually got several styles of roll here, including the buttery, warm Connecticut style, and the the vinagrette-y, probably invented by them, Tuscan Style. Get them if you want but only if you're getting two. The move is the Maine-style roll. It strikes an excellent balance of mayo, spice, sea, and most importantly, buttery bun. They use only knuckle meat, which is said to be the sweetest, and they top it all of with a hit of lemon. You won't do any better outside of Maine.
I never go to Red Hook with out getting a lobster roll from Red Hook Lobster Pound. It's delicious and one of the cheapest lobster rolls around. Plus, Red Hook is like a mini sea town, so there's no better place to enjoy an authentic lobster roll. They also have other awesome lobster items, like lobster mac and cheese that's hard to ignore.