If you haven't made it to the Brooklyn Flea to try one of the Red Hook Lobster Pound's lobster rolls yet, then head over this Sunday and get in line early—otherwise you could face a wait of up to two hours. Christine, of YummyInTheCity, waited from 1 to 3 p.m. and still declared the rolls the best in the city and worth the long wait. She tried both the New England (traditional with mayo) and Connecticut (grilled in butter) style rolls for double the lobster power and wasn't disappointed.
Lobster rolls from the Red Hook Lobster Pound are currently only available at the Brooklyn Flea, but are coming to the storefront location as soon as the license comes through. The main website issued a note saying they're "truly sorry" for the two hour line and are working on it. Let us know how it is this Sunday!
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