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Luke's Lobster, Now with Liquor in Georgetown

The seafood shack has snagged one of those coveted Georgetown liquor licenses.

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Georgetown liquor licenses are notoriously hard to snag. Luke's Lobster shared the news today that after several years in business, the lobster roll joint was finally able to secure one. That means beer, wine and cocktails at the restaurant, come Friday.

The restaurant will serve Maine microbrews, Finger Lakes wines and a couple sea-themed cocktails.

Beer on tap:
Allagash White (ME)
Peak Organic IPA (ME)
Shipyard Export (ME)
Narragansett (RI)

Wine by the glass:
2013 Ravines Dry Riesling (Seneca Lake, NY)
2012 Millbrook Chardonnay (Hudson River, NY)
2012 Millbrook Pinot Noir (Hudson River, NY)

Dark 'n' Stormy: the traditional sailor's drink, made with dark rum, Maine Root ginger beer, and a slice of lime
Salty Dog: Maine-made Cold River Vodka, Spindrift natural grapefruit soda, and a salt rim
· Luke's Lobster [Official Site]
· All Previous Luke's Lobster Coverage [-EDC-]

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Luke's Lobster - Penn Quarter

624 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20004 202 347 3355 Visit Website

Luke's Lobster

1211 Potomac St NW Washington, DC

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