Posts Tagged ‘Luke’s Lobster’

Luke’s Lobster Opens Today in Georgetown

Luke's Lobster opens its third area location today in Georgetown. Its arrival is a homecoming of sorts for founder Luke Holden, who graduated from Georgetown five years ago. The two-story shop, located in the former Philly Pizza space, will be outfitted with lobster gear from Holden's old boat. Holden, the son of a lobsterman-turned-shellfish processor, […]

First Look at Luke’s Lobster in Bethesda

Luke’s Lobster opens on Bethesda Row tomorrow at 11 a.m. It's the New York-based lobster roll shop's second location in the area and eighth overall. The newest locale will have the same menu as its Penn Quarter counterpart, with crustaceans from Maine in its lobster, crab, and shrimp rolls. But the Bethesda spot, with 350 […]

Michel Richard Stars In Meatballs: The Restaurant

Michel Richard, the fancy French chef who brought you the $29 lobster burger, is now taking a stab at meatballs. According to multiple reports (Prince of Petworth via Eater), the James Beard Award-winning chef behind Citronelle and Central is opening a new meatball shop, simply titled Meatballs, right next to Luke's Lobster in Penn Quarter: […]

Last Week’s Leftovers: How Powerful Is Minibar Really?

Dishes We Dug: Maine-style lobster roll (pictured) at Luke's Lobster; baked beans with burnt ends at Hill Country; chapulines (sautéed grasshoppers) at Oyamel; fried zeppoles with rum crème anglaise at Policy. Dishes We Didn't: Slow cooked beef brisket on a potato roll at The Diner–dry enough to qualify as jerky. Venues Notably Missing From City […]