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Who Makes the Best Lobster Roll in the Boston Area?

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Everyone seems to have their favorite place in the Boston area for lobster rolls. Where can some of the best ones be found in or near Boston? [Go here to post a reply.]
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REPLIES (last updated 4/8/14):

Tom M wrote:
Neptune Oyster. Hot buttered lobster roll.

Patricia wrote:
North of Boston try the Lobster Pool. It is on the Glouceser/Rockport line. Fresh lobster - lightly dressed and a lot of lobster.

esp wrote:
Neptune Oyster or Belle Isle: just depends on which side of the tunnel I happen to be.

Michelle wrote:
best lobster roll is at Pauli's in North End. Chunks of lobster meat, lots of it, light mayo and no lettuce on a grilled hot hog bun, and is you are feeling adventurous they have a lobster sub with almost a pound of lobster meat. This has to be the biggest and best lobster roll in Boston!!!

Michele S wrote:
I think Tony's Clam Shop on Wollaston Beach has an outstanding lobster roll. Last time there this summer it was $18; that's the best price for both quantity and quality I've had in the area.

JAM2JBM wrote:
Barking Crab!

Marko M wrote:
Island Creek Oyster Bar. Outstanding Lobster Roll and reasonably priced to boot.

Andrew wrote:
Belle Isle, Belle Isle, Belle Isle...

Brian E wrote:
Kelly's Roast Beef Saugus.

anonymous wrote:
Belle Isle

@CaptSteve wrote:
The Big Kahuna at Joe Fish in North Andover. Had 1 on Sunday.

Patrick G. wrote:
I say Hook in Boston for value. But the marketplace raw bar in Mashpee for the overall win

Cameron R. wrote:
Sullivan's in Southie. I don't know what they put in the lobster meat salad, but it's great. I wouldn't be surprised if it was crack- it's that addictive! Hahahaha!

M. R. wrote:
Woods in Plymouth

@BostonSweetTea wrote:
Neptune Oyster!

@otoro7 wrote:
Belle Isle

Rahul wrote:
Row 34 in the Seaport. Warm buttered lobster roll is outstanding + holds its own against the heavy hitters on the cape, north and south shores. Always a pain in the ass to get a table or bar seat though...

Susan wrote:
My friend says it's Tony's, I need to verify myself this summer!

FM wrote:
Louies Alive and Kicking - Cambridge

Diana wrote:
The Beach Plum in Rye or Portsmouth NH

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