The lobster roll: simple, fresh, melt-in-your-mouth, meaty goodness. If you’ve never had the pleasure of enjoying this delicacy, make it your mission this summer to find the best in town. There are, however, a number of ways that a lobster roll can be prepared, but we prefer ours with chunks of meat direct from the sea, mixed with a touch of mayo, laid upon a toasted hot dog roll, drizzled with butter, and topped with a squeeze of lemon and slices of celery.
When diving into a lobster roll, wash it down with a glass of Indaba Sauvignon Blanc. The wine’s acidity cuts nicely through the tender pieces of meat, while its citrus and herbal flavors play well with the salty water retained within the lobster. The experience will have you left with a mouthful of mind-tingling flavors.