Man did I spend a lot of time in Georgetown. After this I believe I have two more Georgetown eateries in the queue, oops. Next stop, Luke’s Lobster.
Never having eaten a crab, lobster or shrimp roll before (I’m not sure how is this possible) I decided to go big and order the Taste of Maine, which gives you half a roll of each. The rolls are dressed simply with a hit of secret seasoning (which I’m pretty sure is Old Bay and some other stuff) and a drizzle of butter. My favorite of the three was the lobster roll, though I am a butter fiend and could have used more. My friend ordered the lobster grilled cheese with gruyere, and it was fantastic. I liked it more than the rolls I ordered.
Check out the full Luke’s Lobster menu here. There are Luke’s Lobster locations all over New York, D.C. and Maryland.
It was a great first seafood roll experience, but can anyone tell me how they stack up against the rolls in the Northeast?