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Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough

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Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough

Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough, 117 Pearl Street, Noank CT 06340, 860-536-7719, abbotts-lobster.com A legendary seaside restaurant visited by 100,000+ lobster lovers every summer. Abbott’s is open for 2011: Weekends Only: (Fri/Sat/Sun, noon-7 pm) , May 6- Memorial Day. Open Daily: Memorial Day through Labor Day, noon-9 pm. Back to

Maine Food Trail: Lobster Rolls

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Maine Food Trail: Lobster Rolls

A lobster roll is a simple thing: basically, cold lobster meat stuffed into a warm bun. It’s the street food of the rocky Maine coast–a vernacular masterpiece served high and low, at lobster pounds, cookhouses, and seafood shacks, at supermarkets and gas stations, at fast-food chains and in home kitchens.
But

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Chauncey Creek Lobster Pier

Chauncey Creek is a great place to BYOB and tuck into meaty, fresh lobsters imported daily from Canada’s cold waters.–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2012Set on a colorful dock along a quiet estuary just off Route 103 in Kittery, Chauncey’s seems miles away from the hubbub of Kittery’s factory outlets. Bring your

DownEast and Acadia Regional Tourism

DownEast and Acadia Regional Tourism

DownEast & Acadia Regional Tourism is the official regional tourism promotion organization for Hancock and Washington counties in Maine. We invite you to come experience the darkest night skies, the highest tides and more lighthouses than in any other region of the state. Our attractions include the Penobscot Narrows Bridge

Maine Sea Salt Company

Some of the best natural, seasoned, and smoked sea salts (4-ounce grinder $8.49-$9.99; 6-ounce glass jar $10.49-$12) come from the coast of Maine.–Yankee Magazine, November/December 2010Ten years ago, while shopping at a local health-foods store one day, Steve Cook, a third-generation lobsterman from Marshfield, Maine, had an epiphany when he

Markey s Lobster Pool

Owner Tom Markey presides over the deep-fryers and steamers, cooking up fresh lobsters, clams, scallops, shrimp, and haddock since 1971. Bring your fiercest appetite and dine on a deck over the tidal Blackwater River, where you’ll spot locals digging for clams. You don’t have to abstain in winter: open Friday

Newick’s Seafood Restaurant

Most people come to this joint on the Piscataqua River for lobsters and its commanding view down to Portsmouth Harbor. We’re also partial to the creamy chowders and clam rolls.–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2010

Nordic Lodge

It’s the buffet to beat all buffets, where even seawater-boiled whole lobsters are all-you-can-eat. Owned by the Persson family for more than 50 years, the formula here is equal parts quantity and quality. The price to feast on 100+ menu items is steep, but it’s free to walk or nap

The Place

They arrive at your table in a bath of buttery cocktail sauce, still on a grill grate, straight off the wood fire. Instantly you understand why folks have been pulling off Route 1 to savor roasted littlenecks here since 1971. Actually, this casual, seasonal clambake restaurant’s origins stretch back to

Woods Hole Science Aquarium

The aquarium at the Woods Hole research center not only displays a wide range of sea creatures but even features a touch tank where you and the kids can get tactile with lobsters, tautogs, clams, spider crabs, starfish, hermit crabs, and horseshoe crabs. Free admission. BEST AQUARIUM TOUCH TANK.

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