Wicked Summer Fun Guide

Wicked Summer Fun Guide

Wicked Summer Fun Guide

PORTLAND, ME - JULY 21: A lobster roll is seen at Benny's Famous Fried Clams on July 21, 2012 in Portland, Maine. A mild winter and warmer than usual spring caused lobsters to shed their shells six weeks earlier than usual which resulted in an overabundance of lobsters in the Northeastern United States that has driven down prices to record lows. Lobstermen hope to make at least $4.00 a pound to turn a profit but prices this year have been as low as $1.25 a pound. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

With Memorial Day weekend upon us, we are all getting ready for beaches, clam bakes and LOBSTER. LOBSTER ROLLS to be exact. So makes the best lobster rolls in New England? We’re about to let you know.

We live in the best area in the WORLD for fresh seafood. No matter how you like your lobster roll (cold with mayonnaise or warm with drawn butter) there are DOZENS if not HUNDREDS of places in New England where you can get a delicious lobster roll that will melt in your mouth. If you were to ask google what constitutes a great roll, it’ll tell you it is a native food to New England. As to the history of the lobster roll, Wikipedia tells us the very first one was served in Perry’s in Milford, CT in 1929. Lobster rolls are typically a seasonal meal and served on a hot dog bun with a standard size of meat being approximately four ounces.

We put up a poll asking for YOUR picks for New England’s best lobster rolls. You flooded our page with a variety of places and locations. Let’s just say you are very passionate about your lobster rolls.

Here are the restaurants and eateries YOU CHOSE as the places that serve THE BEST lobster rolls in New England. And don’t forget to check out our website for more suggestions of amazing restaurants in and around Boston.

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