It's going to have 40 seats.
There's more than one way to shell a lobster, essentially.
Surprisingly, not that many restaurants have pork belly on for Restaurant Week.
Stick a fork in it.
A lobsterman makes a timely discovery.
An ever-expanding lobster shack sinks its claws into Boston.
And more of today's leftovers.
The offer is extended every Sunday through summer and this Friday to celebrate National Lobster Day.
Plus: new menu items at Fatta Cuckoo, a gluten-free bakery bows uptown, and more of today's leftovers.
Plus: chronic sponge-eating, and more of this week's weird food news.
There's a ghost in the (beer) machine at the West Hollywood roadhouse.
Plus a lobsterman's lament and more, all in our morning news round-up.
The loudmouthed conservative has a new brand to hawk called Two If By Tea.
The former Bazaar pastry chef has invented a new take on an old favorite.
Matyson goes heavy on the lobster for its rogue Restaurant Week menu.
Plus Gulf fisheries struggle to convince consumers that fish is safe to eat, and Quizno's tuna melt tops unhealthy value meals list, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus artisanal ice cream makers struggle to justify high prices, and cloned meat was sold in the U.K., all in our morning news roundup.
More seating, a new concession stand, and a new fryer at three favorites.