Luke’s Lobster has become a pretty big chain, with a few locations around New York, plus spots in cities across the country. They serve Maine-style lobster rolls - meaning the meat is chilled and served on a split top bun with a little mayo and lemon butter - and it’s still one of the better lobster rolls you can find in the city. The Park Slope location has a good draft beer selection, which is best enjoyed at a picnic table in the backyard.
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