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Abbott's Lobster in the Rough

We had a great dinner last night at Abbott's Lobster in the Rough in Noank. It's a downscale, self-service restaurant right on the water, apparently famous for the quality of the food, and available only from late spring through early fall.

Everyone on the team had 1.75-pound lobsters, but when we saw an 11-pound lobster on the menu (for $109.00), we couldn't resist asking to see it. The staff was kind enough to let us walk around back and bring it out. I'm sorry we didn't have a camera with us -- it was a monster! When I saw it, my first thought was, "I wouldn't want to run into that thing in the open ocean." Think claws large enough to snap off multiple fingers at a time.


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