7 Must Try Lobster Rolls in Miami

In the land of eternal summer, the lobster roll is perfect for any lunch or dinner. Here you can enjoy some of the best seafood in the most casual way. From gourmet seafood restaurants to street food trucks, restaurants all over Miami serve this dish, each with its own specialty.

The next time you crave a fresh lobster roll in Miami, head to one of these seven places that are experts on this dish. We did some research; You eat – enjoy!

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Izzy’s is a modern seafood restaurant with a real New England flair that specializes in classics like the lobster roll. It offers two flavors of the dish: cold, topped with lobster mayo, or warm with lobster butter.

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It’s no surprise that this Miami seafood essential, Joe’s Stone Crab, knows how to make the ultimate lobster bun. Served on a warm, toasted, buttered bun, the inside is just filled with lobster meat. No frills, just real ingredients and great taste.

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This celebrity hotspot knows how to escalate the lobster bun to a gourmet menu item. Prime 112’s bun is big enough to feed four people. This bun is filled with fresh Maine lobster, giving it a truly over the top, decadent feel.

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Located in downtown Miami where a gas station once stood, Mignonette is a real Miami seafood and oyster bar. It offers its lobster roll on a buttered Portuguese roll with a side dish of homemade potato chips.

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Located in the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, the Lure offers impeccable seafood and one of the best (and most expensive) lobster rolls. It is prepared classically: the lobster meat sits over a brioche bun and is accompanied by vegetable salad and salt and vinegar chips.

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The Lobsta Guy Food Truck specializes in just one item: the lobster bun. It serves lobster imported straight from Maine and prides itself on having the perfect lobster to bun ratio. Head to the truck across Miami on a specific day for a bun and quench your lobster cravings.

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Yes, Edge is known for its wide variety of steaks – but the seafood selection is certainly not lacking. Proof of this is the unique lobster and shrimp roll, only available for lunch. It’s filled with Maine lobster and poached lemon prawns, spicy tomato jam and creamy avocado on a brioche hoagie.

Observe: The process of making lobster buns

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