Luke’s Lobster offering fresh dayboat scallops from Maine

Published on
March 3, 2017

Luke’s Lobster, a New York City-based restaurant chain with deep ties to Maine, is offering customers in several of its locations the opportunity to order fresh dayboat scallops from Downeast Dayboat.

The chain, which has more than 15 locations in numerous U.S. cities, will be selling the fresh scallops from Maine at its website for pick-up at its Back Bay restaurant in Boston, its Midtown East location in New York, or its Penn Quarter restaurant in Washington, D.C.

Downeast Dayboat owner Togue Brawn will be on-hand for a meet-and-greet with customers at all three locations on the scheduled delivery dates later this month.

“Luke's commitment to sustainable fisheries goes beyond the lobster, crab, and shrimp that are available in our shacks,” Luke’s Lobster said in a press release. “By partnering with Downeast Dayboat and its owner, Togue Brawn, we are exclusively giving Luke's Lobster customers the chance to have a taste of the freshest Maine scallops we can get our hands on, plus the opportunity to meet-and-greet with an expert in the field of sustainable scallop fishing.

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