This seafood spot has two other Brooklyn locations that opened in 2019, but they’ve expanded to Williamsburg too. The menu, of course, includes more lobster than a hypothetical lobster prom. There’s lobster mac and cheese, lobster rangoon, and something called the “Bed-Stuy Biggie,” which adapts the typical buttered Connecticut-style lobster roll by adding a lemon dressing. If you’re in the area, stop by for heated outdoor dining or order takeout.
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