If there’s a greater feeling than taking your first bite of a fresh lobster roll while sitting in the sunshine near a coast (any coast), we’d like to hear it. We’ll take any excuse to eat the humble lobster roll and with every state in New England offering different varieties (cold or hot? Butter or mayo? Toasted or cold bun?) it would be unfair to only try one.
Instead, break out your shorts, summer sandals and T-shirts and jump on I-95 for our lobster roll crawl along the coast. We suggest starting in Maine – famous for its cold lobster mayo variety – and travel down sampling each state’s regional twists along the way.
Here’s our guide to a lobster roll crawl – May to October is shack season, so what are you waiting for?