Instagram users were on a roll this weekend — a #lobsterroll, that is. Here are some of our favorite pics of Maine lobster rolls, posted just in the last few days by both locals and visitors, who gave us their permission to show them off to all of you. Prepare to start salivating.
@lindslovesbird lists "food styling" among her skills. It's not hard to make an Eventide lobster roll look good, but this setup is particuarly appealing.
@chloey_ml is a French-speaking gal, and apparently "lobster roll" is spelled the same en Francais. This one is from Gilbert's Chowder House in Portland.
@asthelobsterolls is an account dedicated to our favorite seafood sammy. The latest came from Beal's Lobster Pier in Southwest Harbor.
@ayyydah was on a road trip through Maine — and a mission to eat lobster every day of it. One of her five lobster meals was this roll from Thirsty Whale in Bar Harbor.
@benabennett's website indicates he's from Richmond, Virgina, but he made the trek up to Maine this weekend, with a stop at Red's Eats in Wiscasset.
@cjudkins_tagram is chillin in Maine for the summer and is digging the scene from Portland Lobster Co.
You know that triangular building on Route 302 after you pass through Windham? That's @fishermenscatchraymond, and this is what you can get there.
@foodie_filo says he's eating his way through New England. In that case, the brown butter lobster roll from Eventide in Portland is definitely a must-eat.
@ixsindee's bio says she's a New Yorker living in Boston, but her dedication to lobster, as evidenced by recent posts, nearly qualify her as a Mainer. This particular roll is from Susan's Fish and Chips on Forest Avenue in Portland.
Acadia was a popular spot to eat lobster rolls this weekend, and @lindzaugustine was no exception, snagging one, along with some lobster grilled cheeses, at Charlotte's Legendary Lobster Pound in Southwest Harbor.
We know the Lobster Shack at Two Lights in Cape Elizabeth is good enough reason to travel from anywhere — for @shoelick, that was Singapore.
@roadtriptammy appears to hail from Seattle but spends a lot of time traveling the country. Makes sense that a seasoned traveler would figure out that The Clam Shack is the spot for a lobster roll when you're in Kennebunkport.
@clubpatina is a vintage watch collector and what better backdrop for one of the timepieces than Portland Head Light. And what better accompaniment than a Bite Into Maine lobster roll.
@amyecollier made sure to stop at Gurnet Trading Co. in Brunswick while in town for Bowdoin College reunion weekend.
Another Bowdoin alum returning, @gcheung28 drove into Fat Boy for a reunion with her fave Maine meal.
Wendy Lamb Polstein, who sent this Union lobster roll (and accompaniments) to us on Facebook, called it an "in-room indulgence."
@kthitt called these triple lobster rolls from Red's Eats "Tradition!"
@sailorneptune knows you don't have to go to some fancy shmancy shack on the coast to get a good lobster roll — they're right at the Hollis Lil Mart.
@iamerikaamerika confirms Buzzfeed's lobster roll ranking of Bite Into Maine as #1. This one's the "picnic" variety.
While @aclionsky was on a "mini moon" in the midcoast, she stopped in at Larson's Lunchbox in Damariscotta.
@erinkimberlywalsh is a self-proclaimed "Manhattanite turned Hoosier," but she was a Mainer for a day at Mine Oyster in Boothbay.