Luke's Lobster East Village

93 E 7th St, New York City


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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    11:00 - 22:00

  • Tue

    11:00 - 22:00

  • Wed

    11:00 - 22:00

  • Thu

    11:00 - 22:00

  • Sun

    11:00 - 22:00

  • Fri

    11:00 - 23:00

  • Sat

    11:00 - 23:00

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  • Bri Cryar

    - 01 September 2018 -

    Ordered the lobster roll and crab roll with 1/2 lobster tail. All of it was absolutely DELICIOUS. Everything tasted so fresh, and it's very decently priced. They also have a great rewards program within their app! Will be back, and would highly recommend!

  • Nawal Channel

    - 28 August 2018 -

    I finally get to try their trio’s delicious but won’t fill u up ..and for the price I would say is a little too much but still ok 👍

  • Dina Sel

    - 31 July 2018 -

    Nice location, friendly staff. They had gluten free options for the lobster roll available which was great. Medium size portion, perfect for lunch or mid day snack:)

  • Ana Jijieshvili

    - 24 April 2018 -

    Amazing rolls of lobster, crab and shrimp! I tried trio menu and as sea food lover I can suggest this place without hesitation! Service is the fastest! And they have nice choice of beverages as well. Space is not huge and sometimes it is crowded. Also the portions are moderate in size and if you are hungry just ask the cashier about portions size ))))

  • Quentin F

    - 12 April 2018 -

    I have heard about these famous lobster rolls since a long time... The location is very small, with few seating places. The staff is friendly and the service very fast. The lobster rolls are quite small but the taste was outstanding! Delicate lemon sauce, without too much mayonnaise unlike many other brands. The only problem is that you will have to eat two to be satiated (about 40$ with tips)...

  • Sebastian Cornieles

    - 27 February 2018 -

    delicious lobster, but small portions, also the mac n cheese was the bomb

  • Baptiste Bourgougnon

    - 21 January 2018 -

    Amazing place! The lobster roll was delicious and so was the slaw. Quick and very friendly service. This place made my day on a working Sunday.

  • Francois Jeulin

    - 29 October 2017 -

    Best Lobster roll of the city! One warning though: don't order delivery. Service is absolutely terrible (Just changed my rating from 5 to 4 stars): delayed delivery, missing items, cold rolls. Definitely not acceptable given the high pricetag. Worth it if you actually pick your food yourself.

  • Kristy Carranza

    - 21 October 2017 -

    These famous lobster rolls everyone is talking about wasn't my cup of tea. I actually enjoyed the shrimp one better. It had more flavor. So over all... it was alright. Wouldn't eat there again

  • Nick Greenquist

    - 29 September 2017 -

    Ate here after coming back from a trip to Maine where many lobster rolls were consumed. Surprised to find that this place's quality was right on par. They (along with the better lobster roll shacks up north) have figured out how to make a lobster roll correctly: nothing but fresh lobster and butter. Nothing else. All these places everywhere ruin their lobster with celery, mayonaise, etc etc. Disgusting. These lobster rolls here are the real deal: a simple buttered bun with some simple and clean chunks of lobster.

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