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Abbott's Lobster In the Rough

Abbott's Lobster in the Rough, located in Groton, CT, is a casual counter-serve eatery that specializes in fresh, delicious sea fare. Fido is welcome to join you at one of their pet-friendly outdoor tables while you enjoy your meal. Start off with an order of the Steamed Mussels served with drawn butter and broth, then chow down on the Famous Hot Lobster Roll - a toasted bun filled with a quarter-pound of lobster meat and melted creamery butter. Or go for the Oysters on the Half Shell served icy cold with cocktail sauce and fresh lemon wedges. Abbott's Lobster in the Rough is open seasonally from 11:30am to 9pm, seven days a week! Visit Website

Or call (860) 536-7719 for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

Abbott's Lobster In the Rough has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 2 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Gary
    Jul. 6, 2021
    Great find

    Dogs welcome at outdoor tables. Tent covered and open. Water bowl

    available. Good food, good prices. Off the beaten path. Water view.

  • Bonnie
    Aug. 12, 2019
    Beautiful August Day at Abbott's

    My husband and I decided to take our dog, Roxy to Abbotts this past Saturday. Arrived around 1220 with many parking options. Line moved fairly quickly before ordering but it gave me plenty of time to look over the large board menu. Daily specials too and byob. Abbotts is dog friendly with ample outdoor seating over looking Noank Marina . We ordered the cold lobster roll, hot crab roll, RI chowder and shrimp and corn chowder and a hot dog for our dog to have. Picnic tables are abundant and outdoor tent seating as well. Would definitely go back. Plenty of self serve water available incase you run out of it for you doggy.

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