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20 Feet Seafood Joint
Seafood Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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1160 Peavy Rd Dallas, TX 75218
1160 Peavy RoadUSTexasDallas75218
$Seafood RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Counter-serve eats from lobster rolls to ramen in a modern shack setting with porch & BYOB policy.- Google
"The lobster rolls are the very best you can find south of Maine!"
"Pretty nifty Key Lime pies, too."
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Erin Sheehan
3 weeks ago
This place is totally great. The fish and chips, the shrimp and chips, and the ramen are all LEGIT. I have to admit, I haven't had the lobster roll yet, but I'm pretty skeptical of the negative reviews here by people who clearly know little to nothing about lobster rolls. I'm from New England and have spent an inordinate amount of time eating and dreaming about lobster rolls. There are two equally legit kinds: Connecticut-style lobster rolls are served hot with drawn butter and Maine-style (my personal preference) is served cold and the lobster is prepared kind of like a salad with a light mayonnaise-based dressing. So yeah, if these guys serve a cold lobster roll, that is a legitimate style of lobster roll. Also, it's important to realize that next time you drive up the Maine coast and pull off Route 1 for a quick Lobster Roll, you[re going to spend at least $14 for a good lobster roll, depending on current market price. As a matter of fact, once I dropped by Red's in Wiscasset and saw that it was $21, lobster was so high at that point. Therefore, $19 is not unreasonable for a Maine lobster roll in East Dallas. I will try it on my next visit and give you all the verdict.
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Frances Guzan
2 months ago
I ordered the lobster roll to go. 20.00 it cost. It was small scoop on roll and a apple. Really no side like fries. This was not worth the price and it looked bad inside and hardly no business and I see why.
Mark Ardolino
a year ago
I will start off by saying Dallas food goers are into what ever the fad is just like the beer garden next door. 20 Feet was ok not as good as all the HYPE was. The Fish & Chips were good but to be honest Long John Silvers is better and a lot better for the money they also give you more fish! Here is my major complaint The LOBSTER ROLL I can not believe they charge $19.00 for this so called New England staple I think it supposed was to be drawn in butter? if so it was cold Lobster was dry the portion was not worth the Money period, The coleslaw was not much better portion was big but what the heck cabbage is cheap! also way to much vinegar. I looked forward going here all week long now that I have all I can say I went there spent way to much money and left hungry.....
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Misha Vyazmensky
4 months ago
Always fresh. Service is excellent. Love it.
Jason Smith
3 weeks ago
Wow! How have nit been here before! Lobster roll is the best I have ever had, and the claims were awesome. Well done! We wil be back, and soon!!
William Teitelbaum
2 months ago
I ate there recently, and I had a special of grilled Bay of Fundy salmon. One of the best dishes I have ever eaten. Wow.
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Faith Evans
4 months ago
The lobster rolls are the very best you can find south of Maine! Pretty nifty Key Lime pies, too.
Bob Dole
a year ago
Lobster is insane. I like their's more than the ones I've had in Boston. But that's usually because I go lobster crazy when km out there. Here in TX, cold water lobster is a commodity. Don't expect it not to put a dent in your wallet though... Expensively worth it. Expect Sunday morning donut coma afterward.