You would be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t enjoy lobster. Of all the various forms of seafood, lobster is among the most coveted and decadent dishes. And at PJ’s Lobster House, we’re dedicating an entire day of the week to this delicious and tasty treat. It’s Lobsterfest every Thursday at PJ’s, and this is one offer that’s too good to refuse.
Of the many cuisines that are found across the many different cultures that inhabit the earth, seafood appears to be the most universal. There’s no shortage in the variety in which fish are prepared and served up to the general public. Among these are a variety of cuts that are available to anyone when they visit their local fish market. If you’ve ever been curious about what each one is and what pertains to them, then we invite you to read on as we dissect what each one is.
PJ Lobster House is here to provide you with the freshest seafood in Suffolk County! We can’t wait to embrace all of the flavors of fall. One dish we can’t stop thinking about that is sure to warm your belly and tastes like autumn in a bowl is Mediterranean-style fish soup. Our fresh fish market is the perfect place to stop by and pick up your fish before you follow the recipe below!
When it comes to showing up for a holiday event, there are some important tidbits of etiquette to keep in mind. You certainly don’t want to show up too early or come looking disheveled, and it’s always important to know when it’s appropriate to say farewell, grab your coat, and depart. Of course, bringing something to the festivities is also important. You might want to consider bringing some seafood to the occasion. Something that’s not a box of microwavable popcorn shrimp. With some very important holidays approaching, we’ve consulted some culinary experts to decide what’s appropriate for each one.
Would you like to know how to boil your own lobster? Maybe you just want to learn how we do it. Either way is fine with us since we’re the place to visit for freshly prepped seafood entrees, or to take home lobster from our large fish market.