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The wife and have bought our lobsters here a few years in a row now. Hard workn local folks here and you couldnt ask for a freindlier bunch of people. so if yah like fresh lobstah right from the boat stop by and get a...More
Went here to buy some lobster. First experience with such a place. It was easy, you ordered then go to the boat at the dock. Give the the size you want, go back to the office and pay. Cheap for big lobsters.
Parking was a little bit of a challenge, we we walked out with 4 hardshell lobsters for dinner. Watching the lobstermen do their job was very interesting. The people were very helpful and the lobsters were delicious. They were very easy to cook. We filled...More
We stopped at the co-op just to look around. Very interesting place and super friendly fishermen. The lobster looked amazing and next time I will definitely buy some! Had great recommendations from locals regarding this co-op
We stopped at the co-op when around 10am when we were leaving Deer Isle and returning to upstate NY. My girlfriend picked out a pair of two-pound hardshell lobsters that were hauled in on the last boat the previous night. The dockhands were skilled at...More
We were absolute lobster rookies.
Did some research before going in to buy and definitely didn't need to. Very helpful. Didn't try to up sell us. They genuinely wanted us to have a real Maine lobster experience. Delicious! Front desk gave us cooking tips. Dock...More
Loved walking down to the shore edge to pick out our lobsters for dinner. They were so good we bought lobsters back to the motel 3 nights during our stay. Prepared them & ate them on our deck while watching the boats come into the...More
Locals told us about this place, and we couldn't believe how good the lobster was! We steamed then in a large pot on a bed of seaweed along with some local mussels.
No butter was needed!!! Spoiled forever! Can't wait for next year!