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Ed's Lobster Bar

222 Lafayette St. (Spring St.) Send to Phone
212-343-3236 | Menu
A NoLIta seafood shack (via Cape Code).

Lunch & Dinner daily
  • Dress code: Casual

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Ed's Lobster Bar, New York, NY

Ed's Lobster Bar Restaurant Review

: Restaurant namesake and chef Ed McFarland formerly worked at West Village seafood institution Pearl Oyster Bar. Now his Ed’s Lobster Bar delights lobster lovers and neighborhood locals with its lobster bisque, lobster ravioli, lobster potpie, lobster roll, and, of course, huge whole lobsters. The lobster roll has become a de rigueur choice for first timers. It’s chunky and creamy and, in some cases, better than many of the lobster rolls you’ll get on the Cape. There’s also a raw bar and other New England fare like thick and hearty clam chowder. The wine list nicely complements the almost-all seafood offerings.
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