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A Guide to Boston's Most Unique Lobster Dishes

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Today, in a few select cities across the Eater universe, we're taking a look at the best places to find exciting, elevated versions of classic local dishes. met%20back%20bay.png
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Lobster rolls may be the quintessential summer food in New England, but lobster dresses up gorgeously as well. Many restaurants in Boston serve creative and complex lobster dishes for those special nights when a plain old lobster roll just won't do. From a cassolette of sea urchin and lobster at Clio to lobster tail schnitzel at Post 390, here's a guide to some of the most elevated lobster dishes Boston-area restaurants have to offer.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Lobster Roe Noodles at Island Creek Oyster Bar

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Cassolette of Sea Urchin and Lobster at Clio

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Butter-Poached Casco Bay Lobster at L’Espalier

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Thai Lobster Roll at MET Back Bay

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Drunk and Naked Lobster Omelet at dbar

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Lobster Tail Schnitzel at Post 390

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Lobster-Stuffed Squash Blossom at Lineage

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Lobster Savannah at Abe & Louie’s

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“Night Moves” Scituate Lobster at Deuxave

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Sonya Rose Lobster Sliders at Russell House Tavern

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Lobster Roe Noodles at Island Creek Oyster Bar

Cassolette of Sea Urchin and Lobster at Clio

Butter-Poached Casco Bay Lobster at L’Espalier

Thai Lobster Roll at MET Back Bay

Drunk and Naked Lobster Omelet at dbar

Lobster Tail Schnitzel at Post 390

Lobster-Stuffed Squash Blossom at Lineage

Lobster Savannah at Abe & Louie’s

“Night Moves” Scituate Lobster at Deuxave

Sonya Rose Lobster Sliders at Russell House Tavern

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