Lobster trucks are one of the great innovations to come out of the food truck revolution. You can find just about any food you can think of on food trucks across the country, from foie gras to crêpes, from poutine to sushi, so why not lobster? Here are five lobster trucks that you’ll find across America.
Red Hook Lobster Pound: New York and D.C.
This truck — which we named the best in America — serves several varieties of lobster rolls, along with other specialties like lobster macaroni and cheese, chowder, and whoopie pies.
Luke’s Lobster, New York
Also roaming the streets of New York, Luke’s Lobster’s “Nauti Mobile” serves lobster, shrimp, and crab rolls.
You can find LobsterCraft in Darien and Greenwich, serving buttery lobster rolls, including ones with bacon or avocado, as well as lobster Kielbasa macaroni and cheese.
Cousins Maine Lobster, Los Angeles, Houston, Phoenix
Cousins is bringing lobster to places where it’s rarely found, and they have trucks coming to Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, Napa Valley, Raleigh, and Sacramento. The menu includes Maine and Connecticut-style lobster rolls, lobster quesadillas and tacos, lobster bisque and clam chowder, and even lobster ice cream.
Lobsta Truck, Los Angeles and San Francisco
Both Maine lobster and crab are flown in fresh and find their way onto some tasty lobster rolls at the Lobsta Truck. Other menu items include clam chowder, lobster bisque, and whoopie pies.