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New South End Restaurant Serves Five-Foot-Long Lobster Rolls

Made with the meat of 80 lobsters

A man stands behind a giant five-foot-long lobster roll, arms outstretched to show off the length of the sandwich. It is sitting on a giant piece of cardboard spread across two small round tables.
Five-foot lobster roll at Lobstah on a Roll in the South End
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A new seafood restaurant in Boston debuted over the weekend with sandwiches galore. Lobstah on a Roll only recently took over the former Emma’s Pizza space at 537 Columbus Ave., but it’s already up and running in the South End neighborhood.

“We had a fantastic opening weekend and loved meeting all of our new neighbors,” co-owner Joe Marcus told Eater in a message. The Lobstah on a Roll team unveiled a menu of sandwiches, soups, and salads at the South End restaurant this weekend.

The menu features seafood sandwiches like lobster rolls and seared ahi, plus meat options and a hummus sandwich. The restaurant’s name is perhaps an understatement for the amount of lobster on its rolls. While there are standard-sized sandwiches fit for single-human consumption (with about six ounces of lobster meat), there are also lobster rolls in three-, four-, and five-foot sizes, with the five-footer packed full of the meat of approximately 80 one-pound lobsters. The massive sandwich, dubbed “The Monstah,” must be pre-ordered a day in advance. Lobstah on a Roll also offers lobster dinners, served with either mashed or baked potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and drawn butter.

The team is still working on a planned location for 478 Massachusetts Ave. in Arlington, as previously reported. The restaurant is under construction and could open as early as the end of November.

Arlington’s Soon-to-Open Lobstah on a Roll Has Boston Proper Expansion Plans [EBOS]

Lobstah on a Roll (Arlington)

478 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02474

Lobstah on a Roll (South End)

537 Columbus Ave., Boston, MA 02118

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