Lobster Pot Inc

401-253-9100
119 Hope St
Bristol, RI 02809
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Restaurants, Banquet Rooms
Seafood

Customer Reviews (8 reviews)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Sep 28, 2008
You can't beat the seafood at the Lobster Pot. This is a lovely oceanfront restaurant with the freshest lobster around. All the seafood is fresh and cooked to perfection. It's great for larger party's because if it's... (more)

JackMcn

on Citysearch May 25, 2008
I hosted a graduation party here last week for a group of 18. The whole experience was very plesaant and professional. Reservations, changes in the number of guests and their contact with me was professional. The... (more)

cprobbins

on Citysearch Jul 23, 2007
This place has always been expensive, $40 for a stuffed lobster. I was there on 7/22/07 and paid $66. $132 just for two lobsters, I don't mind paying for anything, but I hate to be ripped off. They can stuff them because I... (more)

austinm

on Citysearch Dec 13, 2006
The Lobsterpot is one of the most overated restaurants I have been to. Small portions, expensive, tastless food and spotty service at best. At one time this was the place to go for lobster prepared just about every and... (more)

birdznblooms

on Citysearch Dec 22, 2005
We have visited the Lobster Pot twice in the last twelve months. Our most recent visit was on a cold night, consequently our "romantic" table by a window ended up drafty and cold. The seafood was average - others have... (more)

jessica r.

on Judys Book Dec 08, 2005
They had the finest seafood and great lobsters, broiled, boiled and baked stuffed fishermanÂ’s style. They had a great view of Bristol Harbor. They also offered a wide selection of non-seafood dishes, too. I Enjoyed... (more)

smylebert

on Citysearch Feb 17, 2005
Went here for a special night out and was not disappointed! (more)

Contributor

on Citysearch Nov 25, 2003
<b>The Scene</b><br>The long, narrow, windowed dining room has a rustic, back-to-basics feel. Plain wooden tables covered with simple white clothes are lined up in rows and watercolor prints of sea vessels and... (more)

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