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Default Naked Lobster Roll @ the Barking Crab in Boston

Visiting my son in Cambridge. Went to dinner at the Barking Crab with him and his girlfriend. Got the naked lobster roll. I swear it was one of the best things I've ever eaten.

BTW, this is my 1st time to Cambridge / Boston. Beautiful city from what I've seen this afternoon.
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Boston is a dump. But good food
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I love Boston.
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The Barking Crab is one of our favorite restaurants in Boston. We always have a meal there when we are visiting our kids in Scituate. If it's warm we get a seat overlooking the water so that we can watch the boats. In the winter we try to score a table next to the wood stove. Very cool place.
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That's just a sandwich isn't it? So you're saying a sandwich on white bread is the best food you've ever eaten?

What does this dish cost?
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That's just a sandwich isn't it? So you're saying a sandwich on white bread is the best food you've ever eaten?

What does this dish cost?
It's a sandwich made of nothing but fresh lobster. With just a slight bit of liquid butter on it. The sweet lobster taste with butter even permeates the grilled bun. You'd have to try it.

With your reasoning, a Ferrari is just a car.
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My friend piles Dungeness crab meat in a French roll with melted butter. He puts a couple of those sandwiches down in one setting.

That Lobster sandwich sound delicious.
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It's a sandwich made of nothing but fresh lobster. With just a slight bit of liquid butter on it. The sweet lobster taste with butter even permeates the grilled bun. You'd have to try it.

With your reasoning, a Ferrari is just a car.
It's a New England summer time favorite!
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Damn, that sounds awesome.
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Originally Posted by Brad1 View Post
Visiting my son in Cambridge. Went to dinner at the Barking Crab with him and his girlfriend. Got the naked lobster roll. I swear it was one of the best things I've ever eaten.

BTW, this is my 1st time to Cambridge / Boston. Beautiful city from what I've seen this afternoon.
Welcome to the city!

Barking Crab does a great job, and so much great food in Boston and Cambridge.

I've been waiting for cold weather for months to go get The Rigatoni at Metropolis in the South End... Enjoy your visit!
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Keep in mind that Maine lobsters are totally different than their warm-water cousins. There is a big difference in taste.

Also, when you are in that area, go to The Smoke Shop in the Seaport district. It's one of the very few places to find proper BBQ up here, and their bourbon selection is amazing. Finding good BBQ up here is like finding good sushi in Idaho.
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...go to The Smoke Shop in the Seaport district. It's one of the very few places to find proper BBQ up here, and their bourbon selection is amazing. Finding good BBQ up here is like finding good sushi in Idaho.

The Rusty Can in Byfield is better BBQ than any of the Smoke Shop locations. You actually can get pretty good sushi in Idaho, try: Lulu's Pizza serves quality "New York Style Pizza" in the north end of Boise, Idaho for both families and couples.
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Originally Posted by jobowker View Post
Keep in mind that Maine lobsters are totally different than their warm-water cousins. There is a big difference in taste.

Also, when you are in that area, go to The Smoke Shop in the Seaport district. It's one of the very few places to find proper BBQ up here, and their bourbon selection is amazing. Finding good BBQ up here is like finding good sushi in Idaho.
The lobster I had last night on that lobster roll was the best lobster i have ever eaten. Seemed very fresh. Prior to last night, I have only ever eaten lobster served in restaurants back in Pittsburgh and it's been "ok" at best. So I don't order it very often back home. I suspect the lobster we're served in Pittsburgh has probably been frozen.
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Legal in the Seaport has a good one too, as does the joint in the SW terminal at Logan. You can order that one with twice the meat.

I remember when McDees served lobster rolls in MA for a time being. They were surprisingly good for what they were and considering where I was buying them from.
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Originally Posted by Fish'nFool View Post
Legal in the Seaport has a good one too, as does the joint in the SW terminal at Logan. You can order that one with twice the meat.

I remember when McDees served lobster rolls in MA for a time being. They were surprisingly good for what they were and considering where I was buying them from.
My son raves about the lobster roll at both those legal seafood locations you mentioned.
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For a good portion of the summer market basket in sagamore has lobster rolls for $5.99 and they are damned good as well. Especially for the price.

i like a good fresh lobster roll. Make them occasionally in the summer. Yum.
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Just ate at "Buttermilk Bourbon" in Boston. Did not care for it at all.
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Originally Posted by gf View Post
The Rusty Can in Byfield is better BBQ than any of the Smoke Shop locations. You actually can get pretty good sushi in Idaho, try: Lulu's Pizza serves quality "New York Style Pizza" in the north end of Boise, Idaho for both families and couples.
been to both many times. Got to agree the Rusty Can is the best around but unfortunately has no bourbon menu. They will smoke anything.
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The best lobster roll in New England is Reds Eats in Wiscasset Maine

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