Lobster is a sumptuous meal that can be enjoyed in Chicago. Here are 15 places to enjoy a good lobster meal.

  1. Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak, and Stone Crab

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This downtown restaurant is the must-visit place to eat lobster. Pair the delicious crab with a trademark bone-in steak.

60 E. Grand



  1. Morton’s Steakhouse

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Morton’s Steakhouse is another place to get a delectable lobster meal. The restaurant lobster and steak make for an unforgettable pair.



1050 N. State St




  1. Shaw’s Crabhouse

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The Whole Maine Lobsters of Shaw’s Crabhouse are a favorite with Chicagoans. Try it with fresh salmon for a complete seafood meal.



21 East Hubbard St.



  1. Capitol Grill

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This downtown restaurant in the Theatre District have some of the best lobster outside of Maine. The sweet carmelized lobster are top-notch.

633 N. St. Clair St.



  1. L20


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This restaurant has lobster in an elegant setting. Try the lobster with Perigord truffles.

2300 N. Lincoln Park West.



  1. Da Lobsta

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This Near North Side restaurant has some of the best lobster rolls in town. Try some of the lobster mac and cheese, too.



416 N Clark St.


  1. New England Seafood Company


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Try some of the restaurant’s lobster rolls at this Lincoln Square establishment. Eat some of the rolls  with other seafood at New England Seafood Company.

3341 N Lincoln Ave



  1. Luke’s Lobster

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Try some of the lobster rolls with scrumptious toasted buns. Pair it with New England chowder for a tasty treat.

134 N LaSalle St.

(312) 982-2977


  1. Stout Barrel House and Galley

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Try this lobster roll on a buttered split-top bun. The sweet lobster is a favorite with Chicagoans.

642 North Clark Street



  1. Fish Bar

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The lobster at Fish Bar is uniquely delicious. The paprika give the lobster rolls a spicy taste that Chicagoans enjoy.

2956 North Sheffield Avenue



  1. GT Fish and Oyster

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The lobster rolls at GT Fish and Oyster are made better with their house mayo. The buttered bun adds to the savory flavor.

531 North Wells Street



  1. Acadia


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The buttered lobster rolls at Acadia are delicious. The rich taste make Acadia a favorite with Chicagoan diners.


1639 S. Wabash Avenue



  1. Wellfleet


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This spin-off restaurant from The Fish Guy has another eatery to get some good lobster. The sandwiches are made fast to order for Chicagoans looking for a quick bite.


4423 North Elston Avenue



  1. The Savoy

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This Wicker Park restaurant has some of the best lobster rolls in town.  The sumptuous lobster is a treat.



1408 N Milwaukee Avenue



  1. Lobster Truck


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This food truck has happy lobster rolls and angry lobster rolls with spicy mayo that have more kick for Chicagoans who love lobster. Catch the food truck if it’s in your neighborhood.