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Lobster Bar

 Based on 45 ratings from across the web
Category: Entertainment and Arts, Bars and Clubs, Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Night Clubs, Bars
222 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012

212.343.3236

www.lobsterbarnyc.com

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14 Reviews of Lobster Bar

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great roll by agatadesign on Apr 4, 2007

My husband and I are offended by the racial comments previously posted. If sitting next to New Yorker's is unattractive or uncomortable, there is always Kansas. PS- I love caucasian, black and yellow people all the same....
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Not a great roll by fishyeater on Apr 4, 2007

I went in last night to try their signature dish, the lobster roll, it was heavy on the mayo with not much lobster meat, a bit dissapointing. I'm not a foodie type, but I do eat at enough different places to know that the...
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Super by lobsterlover29 on Apr 4, 2007

I thought the Lobster roll had a ton of lobster and very little mayo. The atmosphere was excellent and the decor was inviting. The wine list was diverse and the...
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No title by ARF8781 on Jun 20, 2009
By far, my favorite restaurant in Manhattan. Sit at the bar; the tables lack the same charm. Service is always excellent and knowledgeable about anything on the menu. Prices are completely reasonable, and perhaps even a bargain...
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Head over to Red Lobster instead by gtgirl88 on Apr 4, 2007

Chower is watery, Lobster PotPie is far from what you would expect a PotPie to be (basically a soup with a fitted cracker on top). Besides that, and the lack of eating space, everything was just fine once we...
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No title by sharonm3457 on Jun 15, 2009
food was fantastic, as was the atmosphere ... i think i will...
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My compliments to the chef by shannony on Apr 3, 2007

I could have just eaten them. All of ordered lobster rolls - who know a hotdog bun could hold such wonderfulness. For dessert we had the blueberry creme brulee - it was amazing. All in all a great dinning experience. I will...
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No title by CaseyS8945 on Jun 12, 2009
Great food. Try out the daily appetizer specials. Very friendly service. Little tight, but just try and...
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Come on, get real by tenderknight on Apr 3, 2007

Black Pearl--a LOT of meat, just a hint of mayo, and no filler. Mermaid--small, frozen meat, good amount of mayo. I would have hoped that a new place would have done it right. the only one I would recommend is BLACK PEARL....
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On a Roll by EK on Jan 2, 2009

Great food beyond the lobster roll and raw bar, they have a nice skate dish and some amazing appetizers, like their REAL Caesar salad. I have not been to the original Peals, but I think Ed's can stand up on its own. One of...
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