Our Top Picks for Best Lobster Roll in Narragansett, Rhode Island

You can’t have a vacation to Rhode Island without indulging in a classic lobster roll. Luckily, there are tons of mouthwatering restaurants, offering up this quintessential New England dish just moments away from our beach house rentals in Narragansett, RI!

Chair 5

The lobster roll at Chair 5 is simply not to missed and is the perfect way to show that you don’t need a bunch of fancy fixings to make a dish taste great.

Fresh claw and tail meat is combined to form this roll. You can choose to have your lobster roll in one of two ways: cold, complete with housemade tartar sauce, or hot, sauteed in butter. Either way, you’re getting a delicious dish that will make you want to come back for more!

Manohan’s Clam Shack

This restaurant is an unassuming walk-up with a lobster roll for the ages. Monahan’s serves lobster rolls both hot and cold, perfect for any taste. Either way, the lobster is always fresh and tender! The hot version is lightly sauteed in butter and seasoning, while the cold version has mayo and seasoning instead. Grab your roll and sit at a picnic table to watch the waves or play a game with your friends. 

Narragansett lobster being prepared for a lobster roll

Champlin’s Seafood

Right here in Narragansett is Champlin’s Seafood, featuring one of the freshest lobster rolls in the area. Lobster comes in fresh every single day, and an equal combination of claw and tail meat makes up this delicacy. The lobster is tossed in a mix of mayo and lemon before getting piled onto a buttered hot dog roll, along with a fresh piece of lettuce to stop everything from getting soggy. 

George’s of Galilee

Since 1948, George’s of Galilee has been an area staple serving up entrees, sushi, and, of course, their classic lobster roll. Every dish is made with sustainable and responsibly caught seafood from the Port of Galilee, and the lobster roll is no exception. Claw and knuckle meat come together in this roll that’s served alongside housemade potato chips and the restaurant’s famed housemade garlic dill pickle spears. 

Coast Guard House

What was originally a US Coast Guard Station in 1888 is now a favorite local restaurant with a stunning view of the water and an incredible lobster roll to enjoy. This lobster roll is on a whole new level, featuring fresh herbs, a refreshing citrus aioli, lettuce, and a mouthwatering butter brioche bun. Your lobster roll also comes with a side of Coast Guard House Fries, and if you’re feeling especially fancy, you can truffle them!

Narragansett Lobster Roll

Shuckin Truck

This traveling seafood truck stops all around the Narragansett area serving up a full raw bar and several delicious seafood entrees. The lobster roll comes from an old family recipe and uses tail, knuckle, and claw meat combined with some black pepper, celery, and mayo. Pile it all into a New England-style torpedo roll with some lettuce, and you’ve got a truly delicious sandwich!

The Lobster Guy

You can make your very own lobster roll at home, thanks to The Lobster Guy! The kits from The Lobster Guy come with premium, handpicked lobster meat, New England-style frankfurter rolls, mayo, and celery, along with exact instructions on how to construct your masterpiece. Get enough for 4 or 8 rolls!

Matunuck Oyster Bar

A patron enjoying their lobster roll in Narragansett

Located in East Matunuck, this welcoming eatery features a delicious lobster roll made with only the freshest knuckle and claw meat. It might be smaller than what you’d expect, but that just means you can actually fit your mouth around it! Enjoy your lobster roll on one of their outdoor patios while you watch the oyster deliveries come in from the coast. 

Iggy’s Doughboys and Chowder House

With locations in both Narragansett and Warwick, Iggy’s is an area staple serving up all kinds of seafood dishes, but we’re here to talk about the lobster roll! You’ll get a mouthwatering roll with only the freshest lobster, accompanied by a side of chowder or salad, along with and fries and coleslaw. When you get a lobster roll from Iggy’s, you certainly won’t leave hungry!

If you need to walk it off after some of these incredible meals, there are several things you can go and see, from The Judith Point Lighthouse, to exploring The Scarborough Beach Ruins, there is plenty do here in Narragansett.

Book Your Stay

When you are done sampling the best lobster rolls Rhode Island has to offer, you will need a comfortable place to take a nap! Check out our Narragansett rentals and start your vacation!

There are lots of fun things to do in Narragansett, and these are just a few of the local favorites. Once you have your spot picked, let us help you find your Narragansett vacation rental!

Durkin Cottage Realty

815 Pt. Judith Rd.
Narragansett, RI 02882

Phone: 401-789-6659
Fax: 401-789-6705
info@durkincottages.com
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