An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

The interior of Luke’s channels a New England seafood shack. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

The interior of Luke’s. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

The front window of Luke’s Lobster. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

The lobster theme continues to the 12 chairs in the place. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

Lobster meat getting ready to be tucked into rolls. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

The lobster meat is in a top-split bun from Maine and has mayo and butter, as well as a shake of secret spices. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

Mmmmm lobster rolls. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

Buns come from Maine. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

Luke’s serves Maine Root soda. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

Brothers Bryan Holden, 24 (left) and Luke Holden, 27. Bryan lives in DC and is managing the restaurant; Luke lives in New York. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

The Luke’s Lobster team takes a look at their restaurant. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

An Early Look at Luke's Lobster
An Early Look at Luke’s Lobster

Similar to a roaming gnome, the Holden brothers take a giant stuffed Emu with them when they travel. It’s currently hanging over the restaurant’s door. Photograph by Joshua Yospyn

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