Can I make a reservation for dinner? (Play to go to, want to make sure we can get in on time.)
It's really a little "hole in the wall" and not suitable for a large party. It's wonderful for an informal drop in on one of those nights where you wish to walk and enjoy the city. You may give them a call to find out if they will Save you a seat.
I don’t think so. It’s a walk in kind of place very limited seating
You don’t need a reservation it’s a walk and kind of joint! relaxed casual atmosphere nothing formal. It’s not suited for large parties
Definitely a hole in the wall and NOT worth the price or where I would want to go if I were going to a play. Not ever clean to sit in when we were there.
They do not take reservations. It's a walk up counter to order
I don/t know how many people of your party, but I think it is difficult to reserve a table. While you order the meal, others can seek and keep it. I think the average of time that people stay is within 30 minutes.
It's really a small place and not fancy at all. We ate outside. It's definitely worth it for a quick lunch. Why don't you consider one of Jose Andre's restaurants, all within a few blocks of Luke's Lobster for a nice dinner?
It’s not a very big place and I’ve never seen it that crowded. Not sure if you can make reservations. Biggest issue would be parking
I don't think you are able reserve a table. Not much seating. There are a few table outside. But, the food is worth it.
This is a place where you walk up to the counter, place your order, then they deliver your meal within about 5-10 minutes. It is easy to get in and out before a performance, say at Ford's Theatre, because from the moment you enter until you're ready to leave is typically under 30 minutes. Not fine dining, just really good tasty food. It really doesn't take long to eat a lobster roll, even with a moment of eye rolling ecstasy between each bite.
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