Catch the Maine Lobster Lady Today -- Or Wait Until Next Year

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We love all our local food trucks, but when it comes to fresh seafood options of the mobile variety, there's really nothing better than the Maine Lobster Lady. The only problem? She skips town when things get hot (smart woman) and therefore cuts off our supply of super-fresh lobster rolls all summer.

So if you want to get one last bite of salty, sweet lobster before this truck hits the road, you'll need to act fast. The Maine Lobster Lady will be making just two more stops before closing up shop for the season.

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You can get your last Maine Lobster Lady fix until the fall today, Wednesday, April 16, at Lambo Lunch, a food truck court held at Scottsdale Sports & Classic Motorcars from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Maine Lobster Lady will be joined by Q-Up BBQ, Luncha Libre, Bel Frites Authentic Belgian Fries, and Mister Softee.

She'll also be at the Four Peaks Tasting Room in Tempe tonight from 5 to 8 p.m.

The menu includes both traditional lobster rolls served cold with lemon aioli in a butter grilled roll, or lobster rolls served warm and drizzled with melted butter. You can also dig into other lobster-filled options such as lobster macaroni and cheese, super delicious lobster bisque, and lobster salad.

Other non-lobster options include Fried Maine Whole Belly Clam Roll, Maine Seafood Chowder, and Maine Shrimp Puffs. You can view the whole menu on the Maine Lobster Lady website.

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