Chow Down on Lobster in Fairmount
Stephen Starr’s newest restaurant, Route 6 serves up a mean split-top potato roll with lobster dressed in mayo. Check it out after a long day walking through the Philadelphia Museum of Art or the Barnes Foundation.
600 N. Broad St.
Lobster Roll: $26
New England Style in Center City
For the classic lobster roll with celery and a bit of mayo (and fries of course) try Oyster House, and afterwards maybe head over to the bar for Buck-A-Shuck Happy Hour Monday through Friday, 5-7pm.Oyster House (Center City)
1516 Sansom St.
Lobster Roll: $26
Lobster Rolls Near Rittenhouse at the Rooster
Whether you’re stopping by Rittenhouse Square, the Kimmel Center, or the Academy of Music, The Happy Rooster is right near by. Their New England split-top lobster roll will be there for you after a long night of stuffy entertainment.Happy Rooster (Center City East)
118 S. 16th St.
(215) 963-9311 Lobster Roll: $23
Mexican Lobster Rolls at Ippolito’s
Just a few blocks west of East Passyunk’s restaurant offerings sits Ippolito’s Seafood, just waiting for you to try their Mexican lobster roll taco. It features fresh Brazilian lobster mixed with chipotle remoulade, tomato, pepper and onion.Ippolito’s Seafood (South Philly)
1300 Dickinson St.
Mexican Lobster Roll Tacos: $12
Lobster Lunch Plate at the Capital Grille
If you’re heading to The Capital Grille for a midday meal be sure to try their lobster roll lunch plate. For just $18 you get your choice of a soup or salad, their classic roll, and a side.The Capital Grille (Center City East)
1338 Chestnut St.
Lobster Roll Lunch: Get a soup or salad, lobster roll and a side for $18
LobsterRolls On theMain Line
Out in the ‘burbs, Paramour is providing Wayne with the American cuisine it craves. Their Lobster Roll trio features brioche buns, avocado aioli, and cilantro but it’s only available at lunch.Paramour (Wayne)
139 East Lancaster Ave.
Lobster Roll Trio: $17