Lobstah

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Located at the end of Two Lights Road on the rocky shores of Cape Elizabeth, Maine–The Lobster Shack is an award-winning restaurant that has been a local landmark since the 1920s. So of course I had to go. And I went with two people who don’t eat lobstah because they’re allergic to it. Mr. P and my friend Jenn really do love me. ❤ And yes, it’s pronounced LobsTAH. Next up on my pronunciation list: “Worcester and Gloucester” Oi!

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Enjoy your meal oceanside on the picnic tables, perched just above the crashing surf, below the lighthouse and next to the fog horn. Or stay in the cozy dining room, watching the ships entering Portland Harbor and the local fishermen haul up their daily catch. We opted to eat inside since it was extremely windy, but that didn’t stop us from getting some crazy hair pictures. Oh, they do have a chicken sandwich available for those who can’t eat Lobstah. Not sure if you’re allergic you’d risk it, but an option nonetheless.

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