The Traveler Beer Lobsterfest

The Traveler Beer Lobsterfest

Join Lazer 99.3 for The Traveler Beer Lobsterfest at the Dockside Restaurant at Brunelle’s Marina in South Hadley on Saturday, August 23rd from 4 to 7PM!

It’s a lobster celebration on the shores of the Connecticut River!

Food to include*:
Lobster Claw Boil
-traditional lobster boil with butter & all the fixin’s
Lobster Bisque
-succulent Maine lobster simmered in traditional cream and butter sauce
Lobster Mac n’ Cheese
-delicate butter poached lobster and tossed with our signature Mac n Cheese
Lobster Fritters
-mini lobster cakes served with avocado aioli
Lobster Rolls
-traditional New England lobster salad rolls served on a grilled hot dog bun
Potato, Corn & Chorizo
-country style potato boil with crusty bread and butter for dippin’
Lobster & Seafood Ceviche Shooters
-locally sourced lobster, scallops & shrimp served chilled with assorted ceviche marinades

TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!

The Traveler Beer Lobsterfest on Saturday, August 23rd at the Dockside Restaurant at Brunelle’s Marina in South Hadley, from Curry Honda, Curry Nissan and Lazer 99.3, Everything That Rocks!

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Curry Honda Lifetime Warranty* Menu subject to change


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