As I wrote in my Bloomberg News review, Red Hook serves the city’s best lobster rolls, period. They cost $16 before Sandy. And now after all the Hurricane-related repairs, they still cost $16, per a receptionist. Keep in mind that’s half the price of an inferior $32 roll at Mary’s Fish Camp in Manhattan.
So come to Red Hook instead. We’re calling this one a STRONG BUY.
Part of our mission at The Bad Deal is to show some love to Sandy-battered restaurants. So here we have Red Hook Lobster Pound, which tallied $100,000 in damage shortly after the superstorm struck (an estimate that surely rose). Now they’ve reopened. You should visit, for a very simple reason: Red Hook serves the city’s best lobster rolls.