Lobstah Roll Week returns to Mudgie's

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PHOTO BY SERENA MARIA DANIELS
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It's baaack ... That special time of year when we attempt to forget about the sweltering heat by digging into the tasty treasures of the ocean. That's right, Lobstah Roll Week at Mudgie's returns today.

Imagine a New England fisherman just off the coast, the gentle cool of a salty sea breeze spraying his face as he catches those tasty crustaceans in preparation for overnight shipment to the Corktown deli. That's what summer's all about. And that's just the essence that restaurateur Greg Mudge attempts to encapsulate in preparing his signature, once-a-year lobster rolls.



Each day until Sunday, Mudge is having lobster delivered fresh from Bailey Island in Maine. The week will conclude with a Lobstah Brunch on July 31.

We indulged during last year's promotion and left thoroughly satisfied. For more on what to expect, read our "What's for Lunch" review here.


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