Lobster rolls are always a tasty bite of New England. The quality is always there, whether you prefer your rolls made with butter or mayo.
South Boston is a quaint part of town but in the middle of nowhere from public transit.
Luckily the roommate had a rental car from a wedding over the weekend, so off to Castle Island we went.
The area has a calm beachy vibe with everything from yacht clubs to an old fort. One of the main draws was Sullivan's Castle Island, a seafood walk up shack. Wait wait wait walk up isn't quite the right phrase. People know about this beach gem and you have to wait with them for a chance to taste it. The line moves fast, which is surprising seeing that there isn't a bad looking item on the menu. There's seafood, burgers, dogs, sandwiches; pretty much anything you could want to munch on while hanging out by the water.
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Of course the Lobster Roll was meant to be, and at a cheap $14 it was a no brainer. No frills, it came with in a paper boat and on what seemed to be a piece of toast. After walking around the fort and finding a bench to people watch and snack, here's the roll:
If you're in the area, you've gotta try it. But bring your own lemon.