Food For Thought — December 6, 2016 at 2:01 pm

Luke’s Lobster Warms Up This Winter

Luke’s Lobster is a staple in New York City. Since it first opened in the East Village back in 2009, it has grown to have multiple locations, not only in New York, but across the country. The restaurant is known for serving up sustainable Maine-style seafood dishes, and we are big fans.
Their Midtown East location hosted us to try their new Winter menu and we’ll give you the inside scoop. Here’s what’s new:
Tail & Kale Salad: This salad, comprised of baby kale, warm quinoa, chickpeas, pickled red onions, roasted pumpkin seeds, and doused in Luke’s poppy seed vinaigrette is a great way to warm up with something slightly lighter.
L.G.C.: Due to its popularity last year, Luke’s Lobster has brought its lobster and gruyere grilled cheese. Honestly, what’s not to love?
C.G.C.: Our favorite on the new menu is this killer crab and gruyere grilled cheese. It is the perfect cold night treat — we’ve been dreaming about it for weeks. Plus, both the grilled cheeses are great when paired (and dipped) in their clam chowder.
So when the weather gets colder and you need something savory to warm you up, head to your local Luke’s to check out their limited time offerings this season.
Twisted Talk: Have you been to Luke’s Lobster before? What’s your favorite thing on the menu? Discuss below!

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