The decadent lobster roll at Leo’s is as Instagram-worthy as the wallpaper. The hunks of meat are doused in cultured uni butter and served on a buttery, flaky brioche bun. Even the fries—typically an afterthought—are a revelation, thrice-fried in rice bran oil to a golden-brown crisp.
The Bay Area may be best known for another crustacean, Dungeness crab, but summertime calls for a classic New England-style lobster roll. Whether you're headed to one of San Francisco's top seafood restaurants or jut strolling through Fisherman's Wharf, there's a bounty of tasty options when it comes to this stuffed sandwich. Enjoy it slathered in mayo, or “naked” with a side of butter, while you bask in the Indian summer sunshine.
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