We haven’t seen much of the Urban Lobster Shack…On Wheels on twitter lately, but they’ve been around. We asked why they haven’t been tweeting, and were quite surprised by the answer, which we’ll tell you later. Kind of hard to believe.
On Monday nights, the truck is parked across 58th street from the Columbus Circle subway entrance just east of 8th Ave.
The menu is much more extensive than at the other lobster roll trucks, Luke’s and Red Hook. There were about a dozen options to choose from, including their new creation, the Lobzel, a lobster roll served on a pretzel bun.
But the lobzel was $16, two bucks more than most of the other lobster rolls, and they said it was significantly larger than a regular lobster roll.
We were on our way home for dinner, so a giant lobster roll wasn’t a smart move. Instead we went for a Wasabi Roll for $14.