Is Frankie still running Lobster Reef? What a character he is... I have always enjoyed going there. He use to have a chef...can't remember his name...that worked there in 06'. The food was really, really good.
Last May we were there and he was there. We loved that place. We did not find it until the end of our stay but ended up there at least once a day after that. My husband and I were just talking about going back there (to see who was still going there...Jack and the other guy that has the car that runs on used grease ??). We will be back late May again this year and are looking forward to returning there and where ever you all tell us you hang out :)!!!!!
yes frankie still owns and runs lobster reef, i see him a few times a week and he's alive and kicking but thinking about the states for work last i heard.
this post inspired us to go to lobster reef for the first time last night. we had a good meal! and the drink prices are pretty good, too. good vibe also.
frank is still running the lobster reef......but its slow for him..........the guy that was cooking last may quit and went to work at st Tropez in Fredichstad ......but that restaurant has a major set of problems....... he just left there during carnival ......I know he does private work now....and is looking for a new restaurant.........his name is Sean.....great food when I have had it.......
Thanks Snapper...You are correct..Sean was a great chef. You know, St. Tropez use to be my favorite restaurant on the island. Kinda stopped going there once they redid the dock area and made it one way and hard to find parking there. Frank has gone thru some employees in the past few years....but hey, how do you think he got the name Psycho Frankie...lol....
I resurrected this thread because we had dinner at Lobster Reef last night for the first time. I was very pleased at how good it was. We all had the very reasonably priced filet ($18, including mashed potatoes, veggies and a salad). He even managed to Pittsburgh mine, even though he wasn't familiar with the term. We'll be back soon.
What's Pittsburgh mean relating to filets?
Charred on the outside, rare or med rare on the inside.