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Many of our customers tell us that they wish they had found us on their first day of vacation instead of their last.

Our waterfront view, being able to buy larger lobsters and our homemade Blueberry Pie are the three top reasons people visit us for the first time.

That and our wonderful staff, made up of locals who love to serve, is the reason they come back again. Make sure to stop in when you arrive!

The Union River Lobster Pot is opening June 14, 2014. We are accepting applications for summer employment.
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Chef's Corner
How to Eat a Lobster

Meat is found within the claws (large front claws and side body claws), the tail, and within the body where the claws are joined to the body. The tail offers the most meat and is saved until last by many lobster lovers. How does one eat a Maine lobster? In one word ... SLOWLY ... you'll want to savor each bite!

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The Union River Lobster Pot is opening June 14, 2014.

We are accepting applications for summer employment. CLICK HERE

Sorry. We do not accept reservations.

Now selling gift certificates online....look to the left at the bottom of this page.  You now can send your favorite person a gift certificate via email!

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A Little History of the River

Lobster is now being served on the banks of the Union River. In 1996 Brian and Jane Langley opened the Union River Lobster Pot on the site previously known as the Port of Call Seafood Market.

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