Seafood: Back in 2010, Kitchen 305 began offering all-you-can-eat nights, alternating in season between stone crab and Maine lobster. Two years later, the lobster scene exploded, and now it's such an extravaganza that the owners--who receive anywhere from 400-800 reservations for these evenings--open two extra dining rooms with banquet furniture on lobster nights. It's like attending a wedding with as many one-pound lobsters as you like served to you. Not that it's a contest, but the current record held by a single diner, 10Best was told, is 27 lobsters. The kitchen has run out of crustaceans on nights when reservations were especially high and less competitive eaters were in the house. So don't say you weren't warned--make a reservation and, if you think you might want more than one or two lobsters, go on the early side!
Local Expert Priscilla Blossom Says:
Seafood: "Every Wednesday is all-you-can-eat Maine lobster night with all the fixings, and every Friday is the same for Alaskan king crab."
Best for Seafood Because: While Kitchn 305 is known for quantity thanks to their all-you-can-eat nights, it's really the quality of their food that keeps it on the list.
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