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Lobster Lobster Lobster

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Going to Boston next weekend to catch a couple Sox games. Looking for recommendations on the best place for a lobster dinner, boiled or steamed. Can be casual or a nicer place, but I'd like to not feel like I'm getting ripped off.

I'd also like to take home some live lobsters to Miami, so if you know of a good market that will pack to travel, please suggest. I've looked at Yankee Lobster, so that's a possibility, but its location isn't the most convenient.

We're staying in the South End and won't have a car, but are very familiar with the T.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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