Luke’s Lobster has great gift options for Father’s Day 2020
Luke’s Lobster website is a smart place to look for Father’s Day gifting this year
A seafood company and restaurant group dedicated to serving the best possible tasting seafood, Luke’s Lobster has been serving traceable and sustainable seafood since 2009. Launched in New York City’s East Village, Luke’s Lobster became a certified B Corporation in 2018.
The company currently owns and operates over two dozen lobster shacks in the U.S. and has 10 “partner shacks” in Japan and Taiwan.
Ready and shippable from Luke’s Lobster is its Father’s Day Lobster Roll Pack. The kit is comprised of Maine-made shaving soap (to help with one’s quarantine ‘stache), a dark chocolate bourbon Bixby Bar, and of course, lobster rolls.
Specifically, on the seafood end, it comes with one pound of premium flash-frozen knuckle and claw lobster meat, four buns, and the company’s special seasoning. Order by June 17, 2020, and you will have it on time for this year’s Father’s Day; a portion of Father’s Day Lobster Roll Pack sales will go to NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Father’s Day Lobster Roll Pack aside, the website of Luke’s Lobster also has a very enticing Bisque & Mac Comfort Pack. Priced at $76,00, this set contains two 12-ounce portions of lobster bisque soup and two eight-ounce portions of lobster mac, which ought to be enough for four people. The lobster mac is made with locally-sourced Cabot cheddar cheese.
Beyond these great products, also significant about Luke’s Lobster is that its founder Luke Holden sits on the board of the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative, the Island Institute, and the Tenants Harbor Fisherman’s Co-op, which he helped found.
Through The Keeper Fund, as established in 2018, Luke’s donates a portion of its proceeds to select non-profit organizations, providing funding to support coastal communities and the sustainability of our oceans.
In turn, Luke’s Lobster, which can be visited online, is the producer of gift-worthy seafood that you can feel proud for ordering.