Six Long Island Spots to Score a Delicious Lobster Roll
You’ll want to be shellfish with these local Lobster Rolls. Check out these six spots
Chemical, preservative and additive-free, the lobster meat at Claws is never as fresh as can be. Visitors can choose between five different rolls that boast an assortment of flavors. The Roddy Roll is all the crispy about bacon, the Naked eliminates the mayo and is topped with drawn butter, the Firehouse ignites the blaze with jalapeños and sriracha, and the Double is just like the original except with ¾ lb of lobster meat! Who can pass that up?
More than 50 years in the business teaches people a thing or two about seafood. The Maine lobster roll, served with mayo on a toasted roll, rides with the joint’s New England vibes. The French fries and pickle ride with diners’ cheat-day vibes.
Fresh lobster and waterfront seating go hand-in-hand. Canal Café sandwiches a lobster salad, decked out with light lemon mayo and diced celery, between fresh ciabatta bread. French fries, homemade slaw and a view of the Shinnecock Canal too.
A meal too good to stay quiet about, Atlantic Seafood Market’s lobster roll is love at first bite. Served on a toasted split hot dog bun with a generous filling of their famous lobster salad. You can never go wrong with this one.
Lazy Lobster encourages patrons to “Eat, drink and get lazy!” And that isn’t hard in a casual setting overlooking the beautiful water with fun lobster roll variations like the Rock Lobster Roll made with applewood smoked bacon and Roma tomatoes or the Connecticut Lobster Roll served with tarragon citrus butter.
The popular seafood market and restaurant has been a neighborhood staple for 20 plus years, and for a good reason. The lobster rolls are made with a 1/2 pound of lobster salad that mixes fresh celery and creamy mayonnaise. It’s then served on a toasted New England style hot dog roll with crispy fries and house made coleslaw.