Luke’s Lobster Opens

Owner Luke Holden in front of Luke’s Lobster with Lilly Schruben and her sister Darcy.
Owner Luke Holden in front of Luke’s Lobster with Lilly Schruben and her sister Darcy.

Luke’s Lobster, which specializes in authentic Maine seafood rolls, opened a Georgetown location at 1211 Potomac Street, NW. It is the same building which housed the ill-fated Philly Pizza & Co. and the Crave.

The young company which has eateries in Penn Quarter and Bethesda, along with its five Manhattan spots, was founded by Luke Holden, who is a Georgetown University business school alumnus. His family owns a lobster-processing company in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Holden opened his first spot in Greenwich Village in 2009.

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Sep 29, 2012 at 5:42 PM Michelle Kingston

Looks like a little piece of ME will always be near the Georgetowner gang :) Hope you're enjoying the lobster rolls.

..And yes, I'm still reading your articles online!

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