$100 or $200 Worth of Lobster, Steak, and Seafood from GetMaineLobster.com (51% Off). Two Options Available.

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Hand-selected Maine lobster tails, crab cakes, mussels, and full dinners lauded by Rachel Ray and the Wall Street Journal

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Expires Jan 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Online order required. Extra fee for shipping. Additional shipping information can be found here. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Ordering live seafood allows you to fulfill fantasies of being a fisherman on the open seas or a citizen hiding a wrongfully accused lobster on the lam from the Coast Guard. Bring the briny into your home with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $49 for $100 worth of lobster, steak, and seafood
  • $99 for $200 worth of lobster, steak, and seafood

Groupon holders can order any regular menu package. These include live Maine lobsters (starting at $95.95), Maine lobster dinners (starting at $135.95), Surf & Turf meals for two to six (starting at $135.95), Chicago marinated meats (starting at $127.50), chowder (starting at $24), seafood cakes (starting at $114.95), and Maine whoopie pies ($50).

GetMaineLobster.com

Despite their tendency to end up boiled, GetMaineLobster.com's crustaceans somehow managed to keep one customer out of hot water. After waiting until the last minute to plan something for his fiancée's birthday, Emilio put together a next-day delivery of fresh lobsters that turned into an impressive dinner. His gratitude joins a chorus of praise for the company, whose flavorful foods have been featured on Rachael Ray and in the Wall Street Journal. Each of the lobsters is hand-selected from the coast of Maine, whose frigid waters are famous for preserving the meat's sweetness.

In addition to lobsters, patrons can order a menagerie of seafood cakes, marinated meats, and hearty side dishes. Full dinners take gourmet fare out of the restaurant and onto home dining tables with several-course feasts prepared by Chef Margaret Salt McLellan, who was named the 2008 Maine Lobster Chef of the Year. Customers that lack Margaret's culinary chops can reference the site's collection of recipes, which boast everything from Cajun shrimp to stuffed lobster bursting with crab, scallops, and emotion.

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