Found on restaurant menus since 1927, lobster rolls have grown to become an American staple. They’re served at sports bars and Michelin-starred restaurants alike, and the recipe varies from coast to coast. If you would like to enjoy lobster rolls in Woodbury, these restaurants near our Woodbury apartments offer pickup or delivery:
Blue Door Pub
A St. Paul fixture since 2008, the Blue Door Pub is a small neighborhood restaurant where everyone knows your name. In the kitchen, the chefs prepare their famous Blucy and other offerings from scratch. They use the finest ingredients and start their mornings early to prepare each dish from scratch. The lobster roll is a Sunday special, and it comes with the choice of fries or tots. Pair it with a pint of Indeed Day Tripper, and order for pickup.
Called the “best” by regulars and critics alike, the Smack Shack began as a food truck in 2010. It quickly became known for its lobster rolls. After being featured on Diners, Drive-ins & Dives, owner Josh Thoma opened a brick and mortar location on a snowy night in 2013. He only uses sustainable seafood, and you never know what will appear on the menu next. For dinner, sample the original lobster roll. It features chilled lobster salad, tarragon, and cucumbers, and can be ordered online for easy pickup.
Stella’s Fish Cafe
Serving the freshest seafood in town, Stella’s Fish Cafe is known for its weekly specials. The fresh catch arrives daily from Boston, and the restaurant is a staple among Minneapolis foodies. While you can’t go wrong with any of the menu items, the East Coast lobster roll is a customer favorite. It includes Maine lobster meat, celery, mayo, and onions and comes with fries and coleslaw. The cafe offers both pickup and delivery.
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