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anotherjennifer | May 26, 201603:04 PM     4

We're coming to Portland tomorrow for the weekend. (Nothing like last minute planning.) I really, really want steamed lobster, which I much prefer to rolls. My son mostly won't touch fish or seafood and would generally prefer a hamburger or some chicken. My husband doesn't care for lobster (who ARE these people?), doesn't touch red meat of any kind because he just doesn't like it and, on doctor's orders, (not carbs are evil fad nonsense) seriously limits his carbs, so much prefers that his seafood not come fried.

Portland Lobster Company menu looks perfect, something for everyone, but the restaurant doesn't seem to get much love here or other places I've looked. Do you have any suggestions for similar restaurants in Portland or not too far out that are truly wonderful?

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