The lobster rolls at this seasonal, waterfront seafood shack are simply sensational. As you can see from my photo, they feature a tall mound of sweet, buttery lobster meat on a toasted, buttered, sesame seed bun. Just how much lobster is piled high on this lobster roll? A quarter-pound: That's more meat than you'll find on a chicken lobster. And one of the things I love about lobster rolls is that unlike a whole lobster, which Abbott's of course serves, too, they require no work to get at all of that succulent meat.
Abbott's lobster rolls are priced at $15.95 as of the summer of 2012, and there's no additional charge for the spectacular views of boats heading in and out of the neighboring marina. Although these lobster rolls would delight diners at any restaurant, there's something about consuming seafood at the shore that adds to the experience and makes everything taste even more delectable. Pack beer or a bottle of white wine in a cooler (Abbott's Lobster in the Rough is BYOB), and enjoy an affordable, memorable lobster-eating outing: no bib required!