Greenpoint Is Getting a Lobster Joint

Lobsters lurk behind the glass doors.
Lobsters lurk behind the glass doors.
Camille Dodero

Although Greenpoint's Underground Lobster Pound is sadly defunct, the neighborhood will not be lacking in crustaceans for long.

A friend of FitR kindly sent us the above photo of the Lobster Joint, which is set to open later this month in the old Lamb & Jaffy space at 1073 Manhattan Avenue. New York Shitty got some more details on the place: It will serve lobster rolls, burgers, and liquor -- and, for the meat-averse, a veggie melt. Its interior features white-washed walls and what appears to be a lot of reclaimed wood. It's scheduled to open May 25, both for business and inevitable, exhaustive analysis of its meat-to-bun ratio, stance on celery salt, reliance on butter and/or mayo, and -- well, you know the drill.

Have a tip or restaurant-related news? Send it to fork@villagevoice.com.

And follow us on Twitter:@ForkintheRoadVV.


Sponsor Content

Newsletters

All-access pass to the top stories, events and offers around town.

  • Top Stories
    Send:

Newsletters

All-access pass to top stories, events and offers around town.

Sign Up >

No Thanks!

Remind Me Later >