Small Girl, Big Bite

A small girl's big adventures in food (and other things, but mostly food!)

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Founds ourselves in Red Hook again, checking our our friend’s woodworking shop for Uhuru Design, and couldn’t pass up an opportunity to finally check out the Red Hook Lobster Pound. We were not disappointed! I had the traditional Maine lobster roll: lots of chunky lobster, including the prized claw meat, lightly dressed in a lemon mayo nestled in a perfectly toasted split-top bun. Now that’s a lobster roll! And you know the lobsters are super free too, they have 2 jacuzzi-looking things filled with the crustaceans. Definitely a must, if you’re ever in Red Hook! And plan to stop by Steve’s Key Lime pie after for a swingle.

Founds ourselves in Red Hook again, checking our our friend’s woodworking shop for Uhuru Design, and couldn’t pass up an opportunity to finally check out the Red Hook Lobster Pound. We were not disappointed! I had the traditional Maine lobster roll: lots of chunky lobster, including the prized claw meat, lightly dressed in a lemon mayo nestled in a perfectly toasted split-top bun. Now that’s a lobster roll! And you know the lobsters are super free too, they have 2 jacuzzi-looking things filled with the crustaceans. Definitely a must, if you’re ever in Red Hook! And plan to stop by Steve’s Key Lime pie after for a swingle.

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