June 15 is National Lobster Day

From all-you-can-eat Maine Lobster to beer-battered lobster bites, South Florida is serving it up right.

Kitchen 305

Kitchen 305 has uncovered the key to everyone’s heart: White Truffle Lobster Mac and Cheese. The $15 dish is guaranteed to make your jaw drop. Can’t make it on National Lobster Day? Kitchen 305 is celebrating again on Wednesday with their weekly Lobster Madness special. Guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat Maine lobster with a choice of soup or salad and two sides for $49 per person.

HAVANA 1957

Feeling shellfish for National Lobster Day? Head to Havana 1957 and try not one, but two of their special chef selections with Cuban fare, the Grilled Florida Lobster which is comprised of whole garlic Florida lobster, grilled tiger shrimp, and served with fresh sauteed mixed vegetables and seafood sauce; and the 1957 Surf & Turf made with lobster tail, grilled jumbo black tiger shrimp, Angus skirt steak, and served with steamed vegetables, yellow rice and two special chef sauces.

VERDE

No need to decide between your weekend brunch plans and National Lobster Day, at Verde  located in Pérez Art Museum Miami, the restaurant is making sure guests can partake in both. Verde will be offering Beer Battered Fried Lobster Bites ($16) with hollandaise sauce for those looking to celebrate the popular seafood delicacy. Guests can also enjoy the restaurant’s artistically-inspired brunch dishes and cocktails.

Kitchen 305

Kitchen 305 has uncovered the key to everyone’s heart: White Truffle Lobster Mac and Cheese. The $15 dish is guaranteed to make your jaw drop. Can’t make it on National Lobster Day? Kitchen 305 is celebrating again on Wednesday with their weekly Lobster Madness special. Guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat Maine lobster with a choice of soup or salad and two sides for $49 per person.

Shooters Waterfront

For a waterfront experience this National Lobster Day, check out Shooters Waterfront in Fort Lauderdale. Dine in coastal style along the Intracoastal Waterway and grab the famed Signature Lobster Broil ($44/$82) a literal platter of a whole broiled lobster, jumbo shrimp, andouille sausage, roasted corn, spinach, grilled lemon and boiled potatoes. If you want something a little more low key, order the New England Lobster Roll ($22) crafted with broiled Maine lobster salad and served on a toasted butter potato roll.

Casa Sensei

For an Asian twist this National Lobster Day, head to Casa Sensei. Located along the Las Olas waterfront, Casa Sensei, a culturally immersive restaurant that combines Pan-Asian flavors with the dynamic culinary traditions of Latin America is no stranger to these creatures of the sea. For a twist on the typical lobster dish, try the Komodo Lobster Roll ($25) create with lobster, torched scallops, avocado and topped with masago.

Dragonfly Izayaka + Fish Market

Dragonfly Izayaka + Fish Market features the freshest seafood sold within its adjoining fish market that’s a nod to the famous Tsukiji Fish Market, which has been known to be the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. Celebrating lobster day, the eatery is offering a sushi speciality – Ise-Ebi – with snow crab, cucumber, tuna, asparagus, avocado, kats topped with lobster salad dn garlic sauce.