Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, a popular Maryland seafood chain, is opening its first West Coast location in Downtown Seattle on August 4. The chain’s signature dish is a fluffy roll loaded with Maine lobster meat and served hot with warm butter, chilled with lemon butter, or with bacon, lettuce, and tomato. It also serves shrimp rolls and clam chowder along with some other lobster dishes like lobster mac and cheese, lobster grilled cheese, lobster bisque, and lobster salad.
Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls was founded in Annapolis, Maryland, in 2014, and quickly expanded across southern East Coast states and to Colorado, Texas, and Arizona in the following years. Though the company doesn’t have much name recognition on the West Coast yet, it’s likely to be a hit among Seattle’s seafood-obsessed diners, adding to an already-stacked roster of lobster roll restaurants in the area.
There will be a grand opening event on August 4 at the restaurant, located at 1307 1st Avenue, a short walk from Pike Place Market, across from the Seattle Art Museum.
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