Luke's Lobster Georgetown
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Rolling fresh and delicious lobster rolls, crab rolls, shrimp rolls, crab claws, bisques and beer straight from Maine! Don't forget the ice cream sammies, either!
Five years after graduating from Georgetown University, Luke has returned to his Hoya neighborhood. The newest DC location is our ninth, and it opened on August 23, 2012. Come enjoy the same delicious menu of lobster, crab and shrimp rolls, clam chowder and lobster bisque but this time in a…
This delightful seafood shack is the creation of a Georgetown alum! Serves the best Maine lobster, crab and shrimp rolls around. Located off M Street, this is great place to eat while walking the street.
“A popular deli in the quiet part (East Village) of Georgetown. Famous for their pastrami sandwiches (each one has to have two pounds of meat on it), the rare roast beef, four-meat grinder, and beef dip sandwiches are also delicious. Great for some post-Dumbarton Oaks fuel!”
“Chef Spike Mendelsohn and his family officially open the third location of Good Stuff Eatery in Georgetown. In addition to "farmhouse" burgers and fries, the new outpost has a "creamery" on the second floor churching homemade custard for milkshakes in view of customers. Also new: The Georgetown location is making its red velvet shake, a special, part of the permanent menu. (The famous toasted marshmallow shake will be available too.) Completing the farmhouse look is a wall made of reclaimed barn wood from Maryland. Good Stuff already has locations in Capitol Hill and Crystal City. ”
“Inside the Four Seasons in Georgetown, executive chef Drew Adams prepares several A-5 Wagyu beef options on a wood-burning grill. But for the granddaddy steak option of them all, try the 38-ounce prime porterhouse, which is big enough to serve two to three hungry diners.”
“Great coffee, and even better baked goods. Try the hand made scones, (chive and goat cheese is our personal favorite) but get there early as they often run out!”