Postcard from SoHo, NYC – Ed’s Lobster Bar Review

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Greetings from SoHo! I’ll be in The Big Apple all this week, and I want to do a super quick update on my first night in New York City. Anytime I get a postcard from a place I’ve been and loved, I like to share it with you! My “postcard update” for this trip is from Ed’s Lobster Bar, a restaurant that’s just a few blocks away from the NOMO SOHO, where I’m staying the first few days of this trip (come back to see my hotel review).

There are so many awesome restaurants in SoHo! This will make it mighty hard to get the toned abs I told you guys a couple weeks ago I’m working on getting. For my first night in SoHo, I decided to check out Ed’s Lobster Bar, because it was highly recommended by a local I spoke to (and you guys know my favorite recommendations always come from locals). Here’s a review of what I devoured at this restaurant.

Ed's Lobster Bar

What I Ordered and Loved:

Lobster Ravioli: DROOL. Just thinking about this dish is literally making my mouth water! Lobster ravioli is one of my favorite dishes, and this is hands down the best lobster ravioli I’ve ever had in life. If I had to guess, it was probably the thick, tasty mushroom cream sauce that set it apart from all the rest. Oh, and I was told afterwards that this is also Ed’s fave.

Lobster Ravioli with Mushroom Sauce at Ed's Lobster Bar
Lobster Ravioli with Mushroom Sauce at Ed’s Lobster Bar

Blueberry Crème Brulee: I was scared I would hate this. I love crème brulee, so I just knew the blueberries would mess it up. But, to my pleasant surprise it wasn’t bad! It was just different, but certainly not terrible as I was anticipating. Will I be putting blueberries in my crème brulee from now on? Probably not. When it comes to this particular dessert, I must say, prefer it the classic way.

Blueberry Crème Brulee
Blueberry Crème Brulee at Ed’s Lobster Bar

Whiskey and Lemonade Cocktail: Don’t ask me the name of it, because I was a little too tipsy to remember. I just know it was mixed with whiskey, lemonade, and a bunch of fanciness. The bartenders were fantastic, and they really know what they’re doing. Can’t say that about every bartender I meet.

Cocktail at Ed's Lobster Bar
Cocktail at Ed’s Lobster Bar

Postcard:

And the lucky recipient of this postcard will be my dear friend Ernest. He was the last person to send ME a postcard, so I’m going to return the favor and send this one on its way over to him.

That’s my quick update from SoHo – check back in later for more glimpses into my trip to NYC and to see a review of this super comfortable hotel room I’m staying in. Until next time, happy travels everyone!

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Restaurant Review: Ed's Lobster Bar in SoHo, NYC
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Postcard From SoHo: Review of Ed's Lobster Bar
Postcard From SoHo: Review of Ed’s Lobster Bar
Postcard From SoHo: Review of Ed's Lobster Bar
Postcard From SoHo: Review of Ed’s Lobster Bar

38 Replies to “Postcard from SoHo, NYC – Ed’s Lobster Bar Review”

  1. That’s funny about the blueberries. I had the same initial thought. I think I’ll have to not trust your word on the place and see for myself when we’re in NYC. 🙂

  2. Yess!! I was in SOHO this past July and stopped by Ed’s Lobster Bar. Also had the lobster ravioli – amazing! I paired it with some wine, and it was the perfect ending a long workday. Great review. 🙂

  3. We’re from New York originally, but we’ve never been to Ed’s Lobster Bar. The lobster ravioli and the blueberry creme brulee just might have convinced us though. Also, I think you do a really nice job of taking your food and drink pics!

  4. Yum! Lobster Ravioli is so delicioius!! I also distrust the blueberries in creme brulee. I feel like bananas would be a better option there. While you’re in NYC you MUST also have a slice of real New York pizza (you’ll know its real because they’ll sell it by the slice, and that slice will be bigger than your face) and a black & white cookie- Two of my NYC favorites!!!

  5. ooohhhh nice! The ravioli look amazing and creme brule is probably my favourite food EVER so this place would make me really happy! Bookmarking it for the future! 🙂

  6. I had to laugh reading this! They are all stronge pairings, lobster and mushrooms? Blueberry creme brulee? Okay the whiskey and lemonade is not so strange but . . . I think I’ll have to go just to try it!

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