📍: 75 Exeter St, Boston MA
⏰: 11 AM - 8 PM
🅿️: Parking Available at Nearby Garages + Street Parking
Located on Exeter St, Luke’s Lobster is very close to the bustling Newbury and Boylston St and is steps away from the always-busy Prudential Center. Despite this, the place is pretty chill and peaceful, perfect for if you want to swing by and quickly grab some lobster rolls after work in a more fast-food place rather than a formal dine-in.
We ordered a Luke’s Trio and added a bag of chips and a bottle of Mexican Coke for a total of $29 (which is cheaper than a single lobster roll in most places as they usually go for $30+). The 2oz mini-rolls of lobster, crab meat, and shrimp are perfect for trying out all the kinds of rolls offered (while also not getting bloated). The buns came perfectly toasted, and the seafood was enough to leave you satisfied with your seafood cravings (look at those big meaty pieces of lobster and jumbo shrimps). Considering the prime location of this spot (right in the middle of Copley Square), you can’t beat these prices and the quality offered. Sure it’s not going to blow your mind or anything, but for $29, you won’t feel ripped off either.
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