Celebrate National Lobster Day with PJ Lobster House
National Lobster Day is September 25, 2020! If you’re a lover of lobster, September 25 is the perfect day to have lobster for dinner. If you want to learn more about the history of lobster and National Lobster Day, continue on.
Today, lobster is considered a luxury food. It wasn’t always that way though. The lobster was so common and accessible on the East coast that it was considered a “poor man’s food.” Back in the day in Boston, someone could buy a can of baked beans for 53 cents a pound, while canned lobster sold for only 11 cents a pound.
As lobster grew in popularity across the country, it became a luxury food enjoyed by the wealthy. Today, lobster is a special treat for people across the globe. If you are interested in spoiling yourself with some lobster this National Lobster Day, consider visiting PJ Lobster House.
At PJ Lobster house, we have a fresh seafood market and a sit-down restaurant. We are open seven days a week from noon to 9 p.m. We have indoor and outdoor dining available, as well as curbside take out and local delivery.
Our restaurant has an entire lobster lovers section on our menu dedicated to those who can’t get enough of this delicious seafood. We serve up a traditional lobster dinner, a lobster house special, twin lobster tails, a lobster lover’s special for two, and so much more. If you love lobster and steak, order up our surf and turf, which includes 1 1/4 pound steamed lobster and a grilled 8 oz sirloin steak, served with a house garden salad and two side dishes. We even have lobster rolls, steamed lobsters ala carte, and a lobster lunch special if you want to visit us in the afternoon.
This National Lobster Day, there’s no better place to visit than PJ Lobster House. Find us at 1 North Country Road in Port Jefferson, New York!