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The Lobster Post Sails Into Fairfield

Sink your teeth into the fresh seafood at this local restaurant



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The one and only of its kind in town, Lobster Post recently sailed into Fairfield! Lucky for we residents, as this Post offers fresh daily, mouthwatering seafood specialties that will not disappoint.

Order your meal at the counter, pull up a bar stool in the sunny window, and enjoy delicacies made daily — picnic style. Takeout available.

Soups: Butternut Squash or Lobster Bisque (I can attest — best ever bisque!)

Salads: Organic Mixed Greens with a Lobster Vinaigrette dressing add: shrimp, salmon or lobster.

Lobster Rolls: The Original, Lobster Post Salad Roll, Shrimp Roll, Lobster Sliders and more.

Daily Specials and Seafood Specialties: Fried Calamari, Little Neck Clams, Lobster Mac n’ Cheese, Baja Style Fish Tacos, Fresh Fish Sandwich, Fish n’ Chips, Skewered Shrimp, Lobster Dinner — steamed 1 ¼ lb. Maine lobster, corn and coleslaw, and more. Try the classic New England clam, mussels and shrimp specialties.

Kids Cove: Panko Crusted Fish Sticks, Lobster Sliders — not a fish eating kid? Try the Organic Grilled Hot Dogs on Gluten Free Buns.

Sides include: Corn on the Cob, House Made Chips, Seasonal Veggies, Smashed Avocado and more.

Lobster Post Fairfield Connecticut
Co-Owner Lelo Arslanagic

The Lobster Post Co-Owners Lelo Arslanagic (with 23 years of restaurant experience) and Jack Jagetic invite you to come in enjoy the Lobster Post experience.

But wait! That’s not all...the duo is also in the process of opening The Vodka Room Bar and Restaurant next door. Stay tuned…

The Lobster Post

222 Post Road

Fairfield, CT 06824

thelobsterpost.com

203.955.1586

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