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Shelby2
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Re: Where to get a good lobster meal? [Re: TravelHat]
      #1736793 - 06/28/17 08:11 AM (69.126.4.72)

Don't count us out here on Long Island...our Montauk lobsters will compete with the best of 'em!

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jerber160
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Re: Where to get a good lobster meal? [Re: Tom]
      #1736825 - 06/28/17 04:52 PM (96.94.98.14)

I never seem to have good luck with grilled or thermidore lobster. grilled always seems too charred. maybe I should try lee's?

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pat
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Re: Where to get a good lobster meal? [Re: jerber160]
      #1736826 - 06/28/17 04:59 PM (75.133.113.202)

If you try the grilled lobster at Lee's, do remember they baste it with melted garlic butter while cooking on the grill. Yummy if you like it but not so much if you don't enjoy garlic butter.

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o2bnsxm
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Re: Where to get a good lobster meal? [Re: pat]
      #1736936 - 06/30/17 09:43 AM (65.13.175.190)

Capt. Oliver's has grilled lobster on their buffet. It is two nights a week, can't remember which days. We had it both nights while on our last trip to SXM. Would definitely do it again when we return.

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jerber160
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Re: Where to get a good lobster meal? [Re: pat]
      #1736943 - 06/30/17 11:58 AM (96.94.98.14)

Quote:

pat said:
If you try the grilled lobster at Lee's, do remember they baste it with melted garlic butter while cooking on the grill. Yummy if you like it but not so much if you don't enjoy garlic butter.


THANK YOU. any idea how other places cook theirs? butter is better than charred

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