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Lobster Maine-ia

  • Address:
    4280 F Henninger Court
    Chantilly, VA 20151
  • Phone:
    (703) 439-9750
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For Kim and Ray Kenna, fresh Maine lobster is more than a hobby. It’s a passion that’s been handed down for generations, and that continues to excite each day. In 1989, Kim and Ray started a new tradition, returning back to the DC area from trips to Maine with twenty lobsters and plans for a first annual “lobster feast.” Kim and Ray soon realized that people were fawning over the fresh Maine lobster. No matter where else they ordered it, the sweet taste and soft texture was missing. It just wasn’t the same. Thus, Lobster Maine-ia came to be. Now, you can order individual portions of lobster, large portions of lobster or even wholesale sizes of lobster from their shop. Individual menus include lobster bisque, lobster rolls, and even shrimp, crab and clams. Lobster fans, you've met your match!