Think lobster rolls can only be found in New England? Think again.
Trendy Japanese lounge near the Beverly Center makes for a happening date spot that still has great sushi and cooked fish items.
Legendary high-class seafood palace in downtown is heavy on the raw bar, shellfish and whole fish with price tags to match.
Suzanne Goin and David Lentz's forerunner in the seafood and fresh cocktails trend is famous for its raw bar, lobster dishes and, of course, a meaty Pug burger with blue cheese, bacon and avocado.
A pricey -- yet well-done -- nod to the East Coast, complete with lobster rolls, New England clam chowder and raw oysters.
This high-end grocer has all the finest brands one could ask for, but the sell is the fresh selections at their deli and seafood counters. Extra points for being one of the few stores in Los Angeles that sells fresh lobster meat.
Lobster rolls (made with butter or mayo, depending on whether you have allegiance to Connecticut or Maine), plus clam chowder and lobster bisque. And, of course, the distinctly East Coast dessert of whoopie pies.
The meat-loving guys behind Animal offer this hard-core joint celebrating lobster rolls, shrimp toast, smoked mahi fish dip and water-dwelling creatures.
"Top Chef" contestant Kuniko Yagi helms David Myers's Japanese-influenced fine dining menu near the Fox lot.
A taste of New England in Hollywood, with lobster rolls, streamed snow crab and even "fish sticks." Strong specialty cocktails like a play on gin and tonics help it all go down easy.
Lobster rolls, bisques and more offer a taste of New England on the go in Los Angeles.