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Rudy's Hideaway Lobsterhouse And Bar

LOOKING FORWARD TO A THURSDAY EVENING DINNER, I really did... There is a special dinner treat and before 5pm, I was all ready to go...
All ready, yes, I am... 
Go early to beat the crowd, my sister said... 
People here go real early for their evening meal.....
The drive took around half hour and soon we arrived at this place...
It was only 5.30pm and people were already in the house...
At the entrance...
Rudy's Lobsterhouse Entrance....
Hot sour dough buns.... fresh from the oven...
Bottomless Buns... but we didn't order the second round...
Clam Chowder for appetizer....
First time eating this... 
My sister said this is not to be Missed while we are here...
Crispy Calamari as appetizer too....
So fresh that I just ate and ate...
I forgot about the Cholesterol in me... oh dear..
Then we had to wear this and get prepared for our main dish....
A one pound lobster on Thursdays cost around $19....
Baked potato....
French Fries for me...
The flesh is fresh and I didn't dip into the butter oil here... 
I just prefer to eat it just like that...
Thank you for the lobster-licious meal, my lovely lady!!



Comments

  1. Wahhhh!!! Dress up so nicely! Clam chowder not in bread bowl?

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  2. Everything looks so delicious.. Love clam chowder.. And ooooo the lobsters, butter dip, sedappppp..

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  3. woohoo!!! what a lobster-licious meal. Everything looks so, so good! Slurps!!!

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  4. Thank goodness it is not Red Lobster! Oh yes those lobsters.. yum yums!!

    Some (me) say that lobsters and seafood in the US is low in cholesterol, so it is perfectly fine to indulge in them ;)

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  5. You look really pretty in that dress. The lobster meat look so tasty - I will also not dip it into butter oil.

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  6. Have taken my dinner, but the foods makes me hungry again, hehe...

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