Now Trending: 6 Lobster Dishes in NYC That Aren’t Lobster Rolls

Trendy foods come and go, but one dish that might never go out of style is a chunky lobster roll. The seaside-inspired snack of fresh lobster between a lightly toasted, buttered bun has become iconic on the East Coast. Because who doesn’t love lobster, here are a few more lobster-influenced dishes that are now trending in restaurants in New York City.

Fried Lobster Tacos
Beauty & Essex
146 Essex Street

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Beer-battered Maine lobster is served in a taco with red cabbage slaw and poblano crema at Beauty & Essex. ($23)

Lobster BLT Steamed Buns
David Burke Fabrick
47 W. 38th Street

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Executive chef Michael Franey’s twist on a classic lobster roll combines sweet and spicy with Old Bay-seasoned aioli, candied bacon, and jalapeño in a steamed bun, at his restaurant David Burke fabrick. ($21)

Lobster Risotto
37 Barrow Street

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Executive chef Dmitry Rodov hosts a Lobster Night every Tuesday at Duet, offering a menu of six lobster-focused dishes, including a creamy lobster risotto. ($24.95)

Whole Lobster Pizza
225 Park Ave. S.

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A whole, lobster is baked into a crispy, thin-crust pizza at Florian. ($32)

Lobster Benedict
Olio e Piu
3 Greenwich Ave.

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Olio e Piu’s eggs Benedict is served on two thick pieces of toast and topped with lobster. ($23)

Lobster Three Ways
TAO Downtown
92 Ninth Ave.

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Lobster is served three ways at TAO Downtown: lobster tempura with togarashi; lobster “dynamite” (chunks of lobster in a house-made “dynamite” sauce with mayonnaise and tobanjan chili sauce, sesame oil, and lemon and lime juice); and lobster teriyaki. ($48)