WC: It’d be great if we could get some more lobster out here.
EC: Agreed. So here’s Lobster Me, a Maine-based crustacean spot that’s bringing its first West Coast outpost to the lobster-deprived streets of San Francisco. It’s open now in the Westfield, here’s what it looks like, and here’s the menu.
Thanks, both. We’ll take it from here.
This place looks as if it were transplanted directly from the coast of Maine, only it’s sexier and… more in a mall. And should you find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer number of ways in which they lobster lobster, do not fear. There are guidelines for that:
When in doubt… Get the original lobster roll with hefty chunks of Maine lobster meat, celery, chives and mayo. We had you at “Get the.”
But if you’re feeling adventurous… Try A) TheFrenchy (it’s a butter-poached-lobster-and-brie melt), B) the Golden Gate (it’s a Maine lobster roll topped with shredded nori), or C) the lobster mac and cheese (it’s… what it sounds like).
And for when you’re on the go… There’s always The Lobsicle, which is a grilled or batter-fried lobster tail on a stick.