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MA: James Hook + Co. Lobster Rolls

By on July 30, 2017 in Dining, Massachusettes Travel with 1 Comment

 Lobster at James Hook“Food is the ingredient that binds us together.”

A few years ago, my friends, Liz and Ceci, visited me from California. After a fun morning exploring the city via the Boston Duck Tours, we needed to find a place to eat. We decided on lobster rolls, but we had no idea where to go. We asked around, and I texted a few friends who know the best places in Boston.

After several sources suggested James Hook + Co., we decided to try it. We jumped in my car, and off we ventured to Boston’s historic waterfront to eat some lobster.

To my delight, James Hook had its own little parking lot. While we waited in line to place our order, we checked out the live lobsters and fresh seafood. Although there were tons of fish in this little venue, the air was void of fishy smells. This was definitely a good sign signifying the food was fresh.

Boston Duck Tours   Ceci, Gina Pacelli, and Liz, Boston Duck Tours

My mouth salivated as I saw people walking by with their lobster rolls, which were packed with generous chunks of lobster. The soups also looked tasty, so I decided to get a side of clam chowder with my lobster roll.

Clam Chowder and Lobster Roll at James Hook    Crabs at James Hook

James Hook has limited outdoor and indoor seating, with a very long line. We grabbed a small table inside, where we feasted on scrumptious lobster rolls and clam chowder.

Clam Chowder at James Hook    Lobster Roll at James Hook

I enjoyed this place so much, that I brought my sister, Dina and niece, Joanna here when they visited me from Greece. This time, I tried the lobster bisque, which melted in my mouth. I also took my friends Myhanh and Teri here when they visited me from Florida.

This is a place I truly enjoy and have recommended to others who have visited Boston. If you enjoy a great lobster roll, check this place out…

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