1. If you're looking for a simple menu in a swanky 'hood, try Ed's Lobster Bar.
2. If you need variety, try Luke's Lobster.
3. If you really love mayonnaise, try Mary's Fish Camp.
4. If you want lobster but also need red meat, try Red Hook Lobster Pound.
5. If you're open to other crustaceans, try The Crabby Shack.
Get a lobster roll and a crab roll. The lobster roll is good, but the crab roll stands out as the best (and best value) item on their menu. Try it with a side of corn bread ($2) or crab mac and cheese ($11).
Where: 613 Franklin Ave, Crown Heights
Cost: $13 for the crab roll, $20 for the lobster roll
6. If bacon and avocado are staples for you, try Lobster Joint.
Get the lobster club roll, which is tossed with fresh herb mayo and includes avocado and crispy bacon and tastes great alongside a lobster claw bloody mary ($12). On weekends, Lobster Joint serves impressive brunch items like lobster rancheros and lobster benedict (both $24, including coffee and a brunch cocktail).
Where: 1073 Manhattan Ave., Greenpoint