Red Hook Lobster Pound DC

Row 1

Washington, DC 20002
(202) 341-6263
Food Truck
Mon–Fri: 11:30 AM–1:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Going to this popular truck requires a commitment of time and money. It's worth a try at least once, since the lobster is fresh and well-prepared.
  • Absolutely best food truck around. Great guys, great food.
  • Best Lobster roll I have had in a while - warm toasty bun DELISH!
  • The lemonade is fantastic, but it's not really worth the huge wait in line.
  • Every week the lobster meat for this food truck is driven down from Maine by its owners to ensure its freshness, a crucial factor in making a superior roll. Enojy!
  • Maine style is so refreshing on a hot summer day with a cold soda!
  • Best lobster roll I've ever had. If you're not a mayo fan, get the Connecticut roll. It's sweet buttery heaven. Also try the tasty lemonade!
  • Yum! Huge hunks of warm, succulent lobster on a buttery toasted roll - the Connecticut-style roll is where it's at! Cash AND credit!
  • I got the lobster roll, Maine-style, very delicious but thankfully I got chips as well or else I'd still be hungry, the roll is not that big.
  • Find them on weekends to avoid the long line.
  • The rolling crustacean unit just hit the streets this week, selling Maine & Connecticut-style rolls for $15 a pop. Street food just got a lot sweeter in Washington.
  • Their super-fresh lobster rolls are worth the wait. Go either Connecticut-style or Maine-style with a side of New England clam chowder or lobster mac n' cheese.
  • A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!!!
  • Get the Maine Style lobster roll...
  • Whoopie pies are lackluster. Stick with a lobster roll and chips.
  • Go with the traditional Maine style.
  • Line gets long fast. Follow them on twitter or facebook to see where they are heading everyday
  • Good lobster rolls, but a bit $$$.
  • Maine Style is where it is at.
  • Great lobster rolls; don't skip the whoopie pie or Maine Root fountain soda. Gets the thumbs up from my Portland, ME raised fiancee. Follow their twitter handle to find their truck.