A Lobster Bloody Mary from LobsterMe in Las Vegas will knock your socks off! Lobster lovers, this is the place to be! Today, I’ll chat all things lobster as I share my experience visiting LobsterME in Las Vegas!
Disclosure: LobsterME invited me to taste their menu – opinions are 100% my own, as is my love for lobster! Thanks for supporting companies that allow me to share great content with my readers!
Living in New England, lobster is a delicacy that we get to indulge in every month of the year. Not only are lobsters from New England waters some of the best lobsters in the world, but New Englanders find a way to create recipes featuring lobster that make you drool the moment you heard them. And that was what drew me to visiting LobsterME while in Vegas – the creative menu items, the fresh lobster from Maine, and the tantalizing photos I kept seeing on social media.
As you can see, LobsterME does NOT skimp on the lobster meat. During my visit, I had a chance to taste a variety of their offerings including:
- The Lobsicle: A lobster tail on a stick. Literally. We tried the original, which is grilled, but you can also get it batter-fried.
- Lobster Tacos: Two corn tortillas stuffed with Maine lobster and shredded cabbage, seasoned with lime, cilantro and avocado-sriracha aioli. If you love Latin flavors, these tacos really will hit the spot.
- Lobster Mac & Cheese: Warm & creamy cheddar sauce blended with chunks of sweet Maine lobster and pasta shells – basically, what dreams are made off. The richest, most decadent cheese sauce with sweet tender lobster meat.
I also had a chance to try two types of lobster rolls:
- Original Main Style Lobster Roll: Maine lobster meat mixed with just the right amount of celery, chives and mayo. It’s a classic, so you have to have one.
- Golden Gate Lobster Roll: Maine lobster with sesame-miso sauce, topped with shredded nori. Quite a fun twist on the classic, both the sesame and miso paired really well with the sweet lobster meat. The addition of shredded nori on top added for visual appeal and fun texture.
And of course, we couldn’t leave without tasting their lobster bloody Mary – your classic cocktail topped with sweet, tender lobster meat from Maine. What more can you ask for?! Perfect for brunch, make sure to make one next weekend! (Photo below provided by LobsterME, as I may have slurped down my own lobster bloody Mary too quickly.)
Enjoy this lobster bloody Mary recipe, and be sure to stop at LobsterMe on your next trip to Las Vegas!
- 6 oz. tomato juice
- Dash of celery salt
- Dash of Tabasco
- Dash of Worcestershire
- Juice of one lemon
- 2 Lemon wedges
- Quick grind of pepper mill
- ½ teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning
- 1½ oz. vodka
- celery stalk
- Cooked, chilled Maine lobster claw
- To make mix, stir together the tomato juice, celery salt, Tabasco, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, and pepper.
- Rub lemon wedge along edge of tall glass; dip edge in plate of Old Bay Seasoning. Fill the tall glass with ice and pour in vodka; top with tomato juice mix.
- Add stalk of celery and lemon wedge as garnish. Place a cocktail pick through the center of a cooked, chilled lobster claw. Serve on top of drink.