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Luke’s Lobster opens on Bethesda Row tomorrow at 11 a.m. It’s the New York-based lobster roll shop’s second location in the area and eighth overall.
The newest locale will have the same menu as its Penn Quarter counterpart, with crustaceans from Maine in its lobster, crab, and shrimp rolls. But the Bethesda spot, with 350 square feet, is half the size of the Penn Quarter location.
The limited indoor seating consists of a few stools along counters made with reclaimed wood from Moosehead Lake in Maine. There will also be outdoor picnic tables for 10 months of the year.
Look out for another Luke’s Lobster location to pop up around the District. VP Ben Conniff says another site is in the works, but he wouldn’t confirm a location.
Check out a slideshow of the new space here.
Luke’s Lobster, 7129 Bethesda Lane, Bethesda; lukeslobster.com