Lobster Trail Arrives To Settle All Your New England Lobster Dilemmas
Photo courtesy of New England Lobster Trail/Joe Greene
Forget the beer crawl or the taco hunt, because we have something far more scrumptious on the horizon.
Behold! The Lobster Trail, your go-to guide for all things New England lobster.
Now, for one who is in the New England area and enjoying the bucolic wonderment of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine, then the chances are great that they are also carrying a hankering for that sweet and buttery taste of local lobster.
Lobster Trail has what you need in the form of updated information on places to go. It also has a nifty app to be your guide out there on those winding roads, available on both the Google Play store and Apple's App Store.
And, just like the most succulent meat is in the tail, the most joy can be found in any holiday’s trail. It’s how you get there that remains the most important aspect of travel.
Lobster Trail currently offers a self-guided tour of the New England area for those who want to infuse some of the world’s most delicious meals into their journey. In time, packages with tours and hotels will be featured, but for the moment you have more than enough to get you started.
More than eating great lobster, you get an immersive look into some truly magical New England culture with opportunities to board lobster boats or simply watch these men and women hard at work corralling the lil’ bugger we so enjoy.
Photo courtesy of New England Lobster Traill/Joe Greene
Spokesperson Christina Ferranti-Clift knows that the how and where are just as important to modern diners: “People are incredibly interested in where their food comes from."
Ferranti-Clift continues: “Lobster is wild caught as it has been for hundreds of years in seaside lobster villages along the New England coast. Lobster Trail was inspired by the life of lobster fishermen and engagement with their respective communities. We are providing consumers with fun and often educational connections on ways to enjoy lobster and how it gets to the table. On a yum scale from 1 to 10, this is an eleven.”
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People have been flocking to this area for eons for the best lobster in the world. The local economy and culture is imbued with the red shine of lobster tails that get transported from seaside to table in five welcoming states.
Now technology catches up with traveler demand.
The website offers suggestions on lodging, educational spotlights on local lobstermen and, of course, a long list of places you simply must visit to taste it all. If you want to go mobile, the app is a perfect way to bring the ideas on the road, which is where you will once again fall in love with the most luxurious of meals.
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