Philadelphia, PA - At first, lobsters were regarded as poor people's food, in the United states lobsters wouldn't become popular before the 19th century, after New Yorkers and Bostonians discovered a taste for the succulent crustaceans. In Philadelphia, lobsters can be found in seafood shacks as well as fine dining establishments throughout the city, and below is a few of the most popular spots to dine on this delicious treat.
- Luke's Lobster Rittenhouse – A countertop seafood spot is offering up Maine-style lobster rolls on a toasted roll, as well as some excellent clam chowder. 130 S 17th St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
- Oyster House - This trendy seafood restaurant opened 1976, offering up lobster as well as other seafood options. 1516 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
- Devon Seafood Grill - Fish and shellfish favorites along with a bar in a popular seafood spot with outdoor dining tables. 225 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Anastasi Seafood - A tiny seafood place with a full-service bar with specialty cocktails located within the Italian Market. 1101 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
- Legal Sea Foods - An upscale seafood restaurant, serving up steaks and seafood options at the Philly airport. Philadelphia International Airport, 8500 Essington Avenue, B/C Connector, Philadelphia, PA 19153
- Pinefish - A seafood restaurant boasting a raw-bar, lobsters, steaks, oysters, as well as a bar station. 1138 Pine St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
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