8 of Nova Scotian Summer Lobster Rolls in 2022

Published on
July 26, 2022


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  3. Attending all 4 shifts, offer a after party dinner

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Friday (May 27th) 4:00PM

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8 of Nova Scotian Summer Lobster Rolls in 2022

Looking for where to have Nova Scotia local lobster rolls this summer?

Here are the best eight places to try the fresh Atlantic lobster in a soft & buttery bun!

Evan' Fresh Seafood has a fixed price for the lobster rolls and other local seafood varieties! They have two sections to sit in the building where they are located. Visit on weekends! The ferry terminal building is crowded with visitors for the weekend market and other local products. You may get excellent handmade local goods after the lobster rolls.

Tom's Lobster shack is a great weekend getaway lunch shack in Peggys Cove! Freshly caught lobster cooked and marinated with their special sauce & coleslaw wrapped in a sweet bun is the best lunch idea for your special weekend! They are four different sauces to try!
Truffle, Cajun, Classic, and Naked. It sounds so hard to choose only one.

Shaw's Landing: It is a classic choice of a lobster roll if you are looking for an original cold lobster roll! Your choice of traditional mayo or hot butter!
If you are a cheese-lover, why don't you try their lobster grilled cheese!

L'abri cafe: Are you going to the North to hike this summer?
Cape Breton Island is where to go for a hike and camping!
This spot is the right place to rest with an ocean view.

The Canteen on Portland: Snow crab and Lobster in one bite!
The perfect ratio to enjoy two NS favourite seafood in a house-baked bun.
Mustard and truffle aioli never makes you disappointed.
Try the bun with the Canteen Chowder.

Capt. Kat's Lobster Shack: Have you heard about NS Lobster Crawl?
If you plan to drive down to Yarmouth & Acadian Shores through South Shore, this is a great place to hang out for dinner and enjoy their delicious Award-Winner Cold Lobster Rolls or Lobster Fondue.

Backeast Seafood: A hidden charm of NS lobster rolls and seafood platter!
North Shore's the best food truck to enjoy lobster and other seafood at an affordable price.

Osprey's Nest Public House: the recent Lobster Crawl First Place Winner!
Creamy lemon Aioli Sauce is a good combination of East Coast Hard Shelled Lobster

Where is your favourite spot to try NS lobster in this summer?

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