Lobster Buying Guide and Tips – Where to Buy, Ship and Eat Lobster

Lobster held by Alana
10+ lb Live Lobster held by Alana – © LoveToEatAndTravel.com

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Where to Buy, Ship & Eat Lobster
Barry grew up eating Lobster with his family on Long Island, New York. Jordan Lobster Farms was a popular lobster store, located right on the waterfront in his hometown of Island Park. When Barry moved to San Francisco, he never quite found a place like Jordan Lobster Farms. That is until 2010 when we finally found The New England Lobster Co. in South San Francisco. As a result of our research, we created a page on our Love to Eat and Travel web site to help all the other Lobster Lovers who can’t find an easy way to buy live, delicious and cooked Maine Lobsters for their family, friends and business associates.

Largest Inventory of Live Lobsters on the West Coast at Wholesale Prices
If you’re craving a delicious fresh Lobster, head over to the New England Lobster Co. – located in Burlingame (as of 2013), not far from SFO Airport and pick up a Lobster-To-Go. New England Lobster Co. carries the largest inventory of live lobsters on the West Coast – offering sizes from one-pound to 10-pounds. Lobsters are available year-round (from Maine and the East Coast of Canada) at wholesales prices.

Lobster Buying Guide – everything you need to know before buying your lobster

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