Down East Books
A huge international fan base of loyal patrons happily wait an hour or more for succulent lobster rolls. Enjoy the history behind one of Maine’s most popular visitor attractions for more than 70 years. Includes recipes!
At the tiny red phenomenon called Red’s Eats, loyal patrons happily wait an hour or more for a succulent lobster roll. Ninety percent of Maine visitors pass by this iconic lobster shack that has perched beside U.S. Rt. 1 since 1938, and, as the Frommer’s write-up points out, this seemingly inconspicuous take-out stand has “received more than its fair share of national ink and TV attention.” Why? Try googling the name, and you’ll quickly see that thousands of people agree wholeheartedly with the opinion of CNN Money’s road food reviewer: “Red’s is not fancy, just perfect.”
Rockport, ME 04856