Monday, July 24, 2017

Mudgie's annual 'Lobster Week' returns today with even more lobster

Posted By on Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 3:54 PM

While Shark Week may be in full swing on your TV, a different kind of sea creature is getting the spotlight at a favorite Detroit deli. The famous "Lobster Week" returns for its sixth year in a row at Mudgie's Deli, bringing you more lobster than you could ever need, and then some.

The lobster (or lobstah if you're feeling fancy) at Mudgie's is something that lovers of the deli wait for every year. The deli has fresh lobster overnighted directly from Maine and they are serving up authentic lobster rolls and lobster bisque.



In years past the deli has ran out of lobster for guests, but this time around the deli promises that there won't be 86-ing the lobster.

Lobster Week starts today and runs through Friday, July 29. You can check out all of the Lobster Week specials below.

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