Lobster Mondays and Brunch on Sundays at Route 6

Lobster Tail

 

Route 6, a restaurant in the Fairmount/Art Museum District with Eastern seaside charm, is offering two special offers on Mondays and Sundays!

Lobster Mondays features a 3 course dinner for only $37.00 per person. For your first course, choose from Caesar Salad or Lobster Bisque. For your second course, Twin Tails or 1.5 lb Lobster will thrill any seafood lover’s appetite. Upgrade your entrée to a 2 lb lobster for only $8.00 more. Each entrée is served with a corn on the cob and a baked potato. A luscious dessert will bring your dinner to a tasty close. Select from Strawberry Shortcake or Rootbeer Float.

Brunch is another exciting happening at Route 6. Available on Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the Brunch menu features starters, soups, salads, eggs, entrees, sides, and brunch classics for a great morning feast. Starters, ranging from $14.00 to $24.00, feature a wide array of seafood options like Fried Ipswich Clams, Crab Deviled Eggs, Buttermilk Fried Oysters, and Chicken Fried Lobster Tails. Soups & Salad, $7.00 to $10.00, include Clam Chowder, Caesar, Greek Salad, and Jersey Tomato. Indulge in a Farm Fresh Egg selection served with brunch potatoes, or a delicious brunch classic like French Toast, Buttermilk Flapjacks, or Smoked Fish.

If traditional morning cuisine isn’t your scene, the Lobster Roll, Crab Cake, Cheeseburger, or Rainbow Trout are sure to satisfy. A freshly crafted pizza from the wood fire oven is another delicious option. Choose from The Breakfast 12 with confit potato, bacon, spinach, farm egg, and mozzarella, or the Clam 15 with wood roasted top-neck clams, parmesan and fresh mozzarella. Don’t forget about dessert! Several sweet treats are offered at the buffet: Cinnamon Sugar Dusted Donuts with raspberry dipping sauce, Yogurt Parfait, and Fresh Baked Scones.

Whether seated at the chef’s table for a view of the open kitchen, in the main dining room with its double-sided fireplace, or outside on the courtyard, Route 6 is the perfect backdrop for any occasion.

 

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