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Sign looks good. Had one in my soup last week in Norway. I am not sure if it is something I would like every week.
A very familiar sight - I've been there many times (although not within the last couple of years). This is a fun perspective for the sign!
hey, really nice photo, Lily. I especially like the highlights on the metal sign and light on the building. Great job!
Excellent take. Yummie Sea food.
Is the lobster dinner here similar to the lobster supper experience in PEI?Sounds yummy!
I'm all for "wicked" cheap lobster!
It's hard to beat wicked cheap!
Did you have lobster?
I'm glad that sign "Wicked cheap twins" wasn't hanging outside our home! My twin sister and I might have taken offense! Hah!$19.99 for lobster? Ya gotta be kidding me! count me in!
Haven't had any lobster since last summer in PEI. I probably need a new fix.
i liked that the lobster is golden.
Were this place a reasonable drive away, I'd be there. Been years since I've had lobster.
I bet this was way better than Red Lobster :)
Well, are you going to go into detail. I don't think I've ever eaten lobster, so I'd like to know more...and what's with the "twins" thing on the sign? Looks like an interesting place.
And you didn't invite us?
Great sign! Maine lobster is the best that I've found.Visiting from Signs, Signs.~Lindy
yum! wish i could have joined you!
I haven't heard of 'twins' before. But that wicked cheap sign - while a definite draw - ruins the aesthetics of the cool lobster sign.
I saw that "wicked cheap" phrase and was surprised that "wicked" is used that way in Toronto. Maine? Absolutely. You hear "wicked" as in "very" all the time in Boston, and Maine is in the same media market.