I believe this place is out of buisness.I went a couple years ago it was very good though. hope someone buys it.
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They have great chowder! We go every time we're on the Cape. It's a small but cozy place. A bit expensive but worth going for the chowder. I haven't even tried anything else on the menu. It can sometimes be hard to get a table,...More
The chicken sandwich was very good. All of us liked the bread the sandwiches came on. It had a great crust and the lobster roll bread was also great. Service was good too.
Though still yummy, our sandwiches just weren't as good as in the past. We didn't mind the switch to counter service, but with the prices being the same (or higher) as in the past for less personal service and lower quality food, well... not worth...More
We got delicious chowder and lobster roll. I thought it was a bit expensive (the lobster roll was $20), but probably no more so than anything else on the Cape in the summer. If you want a quick lunch you really can't go wrong here.
We have always enjoyed stopping at the Lazy Lobster every summer for lunch. We were so disappointed to arrive today and not only find out it is under new management, but also to find out that it has been reduced to a tiny menu with...More
We took a beautiful winding route 28 North through quaint towns and gorgeous harbors, so when we saw the sign on on the side of the road we decided we'd find an unknown gem. Not so fast. It was a lovely Cape with nautical ambience....More
We were excited to try a new place for lunch in Chatham. The reviews were excellent so we went in. It was busy, so we ordered bloody mary's at the bar which were awesome. Its a very quaint place and the employees are nice but...More
Rented a house within walking distance of the Lazy Lobster. As soon as we unpacked the car, the family NEEDED lobster rolls! A bit pricey but couldn't complain about the size. They claimed it was a full pound of lobster and it was certainly in...More
This is a great place for a quick stop between Orleans and Chatham on Route 28. Self serve, it has delicious and fresh food and very informal atmosphere. The crowd that gathers here is both long-time Cape visitors and locals. It is a great way...More