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Top lobster roll restaurants around Atlanta

Sophie-Ann McCulloch
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ATLANTA, GA - People who're looking for the best lobster roll in Atlanta have to at least visit some of the most recommended restaurants.

Here are 5 restaurants with the best lobster roll menus.

1. The Companion

This Bolton neighborhood restaurant's lobster and shrimp roll isn't constantly on the evening menu. It's usually one-of-a-kind. And, according to all reports, it moves quickly. The lobster and shrimp are placed in a buttered split-top bun with pickled celery on top.

2. C & S Seafood & Oyster Bar

You can take a seat for lunch at C & S Seafood in Vinings or Sandy Springs for a cold lobster roll with mayo or warm drawn butter. The lobster roll costs $30 and comes with a salad, soup, or fries.

3. Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar

The lobster roll at this East Cobb seafood restaurant comes in two flavors: chilly Maine-style with lemon mayo or heated Connecticut-style with drawn butter. In summer, Drift Fish House will feature a regular weekend pop-up named Pop's Lobster Shack, which will serve a New England-style seafood menu. The Maine lobster roll is on the menu. Pop's is exclusively open for takeout.

4. Brown Bag Seafood Co.

The Chicago-based eatery now has two sites in Atlanta, one in Midtown's Colony Square and the other in the Westside Provisions District. Brown Bag Seafood. Maine lobster knuckle and claw meat are packed onto a New England-style bread and presented with a plate of truffle parmesan tots at Brown Bag Seafood. This roll and its tater tot companion will cost you at least $32.

5. The Steamhouse Lounge

The cuisine of Steamhouse Lounge, which is situated in Midtown, includes a lobster wrapped in a poppy seed bun. Serve with Zapp's potato chips, tater tots, or hushpuppies on the side.

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