Lobster rolls return to Birmingham's Hazel, Ravines and Downtown on May 1

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COURTESY OF HAZEL, RAVINES AND DOWNTOWN
  • Courtesy of Hazel, Ravines and Downtown

After closing in mid-March due to the coronavirus crisis, Birmingham's fine-dining spot Hazel, Ravines and Downtown is reopening on Friday — and it's starting by bringing back some items from last summer's lobster menu, including lobster rolls.

A limited menu of lobster rolls, lobster roll kits, soups, and sides will be available for curbside carry-out and limited delivery to the Birmingham area.



“We’ll bring Lobster Roll Season to you,” owner Emmele Herrold said in a release.

The menu includes ready-to-eat lobster rolls and DIY lobster roll kits, starting at $24, as well as Hazel’s Crab Dip, Peel & Eat Shrimp, and Whitefish Pate. Alcohol is also available for carry-out.



Orders can be made at hrd.kitchen.

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