If you're looking for New York City's best lobster roll, you might have to go to basement in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Boston native Ben Sargent aims to give people the authentic lobster roll experience from his apartment using big chunks of lobster mixed with a smidge of mayonnaise, served on a buttered, griddled bun. See how he does it in documentarian Liza de Guia's latest video from Food Curated, after the jump.
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Having eaten at Ben's, I can attest that he makes a damn tasty lobster roll, made even better by getting to hang out with Ben, one of the nicest and funniest guys you could meet.
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