The quiet words stated at the Bowdoin College admissions desk by the summer interns was unequivocal. With just a bit of time between the campus tour and the college interview "Libby's" was an extraordinary value for a lobsta roll. These words were so prophetic. Off of Federal on Jordan sits this unimposing "store" that advertises "Lobster Rolls" on its sign near the street. Tina, the gal who greeted me on entering, pointed out the 3 sizes of lobsta roll displayed on the counter, when I told her that was my mission. Not to be a glutton, I opted for the mid size roll for $14 bucks that is a buck less than the price I've paid at Kelly's Roast Beef in Danvers, MA. But, buoy o' buoy, the chunks of lobsta meat stuffed in to the "Libby's Roll" were more pleasing to my taste buds than any other lobsta roll I've had in a great long while. The sandwich makers delivered my lunch out at the umbrella covered tables and I basked in the gorgeous mid-day sun on the backstreets of Brunswick. This place is extraordinary but those smart college kids at Bowdoin know this and thoughtfully shared this bit of advice with me.