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Hazel’s Lobster Pound menu 

Whether it’s a full lobster dinner, a hot or cold lobster roll or a rich lobster bisque, Hazel’s has made a name for itself as a lobster destination. “Michiganders love lobster,” said co-owner and chef Emmele Herrold. “We don’t know if there’s a reason behind it other than fresh lobster isn’t as easy to find here. It can be considered rare and expensive – and it’s thought of as a very special treat.” While lobster may be the star of this seasonal seafood menu at Hazel’s, there are plenty of other items to enjoy. “Our clam chowder is a huge hit, and very delicious,” said co-owner Beth Hussey. “The Fisherman’s Frenzy is one of my favorite dishes to recommend. It consists of fried scallops, fried oysters, fried shrimp, clam strips and french fries. And the lobster cobb salad is one of our best-sellers.” The restaurant is also known for its selection of flown-in fresh oysters, peel & eat shrimp and whitefish pate – all of which pair perfectly with a summer sipper like the Salty Dog. It’s made with Valentine White Blossom Vodka, grapefruit, an egg white and a pink salt rim. While Lobster Pound menu reels in Maine-inspired seafood dishes, Hazel’s weekend brunch and happy hour are also in full swing. Happy Hour runs from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday, with $7 snacks and drinks, half-off oysters and 25 percent off beer and wine. The good news is, Hazel’s lobster seasonal menu will run through September. 1 Peabody Street, Birmingham eatathazels.com




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