Choose From Three Options
- $39 for two lobster rolls, one order of fries to share, and two beers up to $8 each (up to a $64 value)
- $30 for a whiskey, bourbon, or scotch flight with $8 worth of snacks ($65 value)
- $42 for a high-end flight of three bourbons with $5 worth of snacks ($78 value)
- See the menu.
- See the whiskey choices here.
Ambrose Beer & Lobster
Whether it’s the decor, cuisine, or libations, Ambrose Beer & Lobster seamlessly combines the casual feel of a seaside tavern with the sophistication of an upscale gastropub.
Although South Street Seaport was decimated by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the area’s history is palpable at Ambrose Beer & Lobster. During renovations, the Schermerhorn Row space was minimally designed to preserve its original character. Gently worn picnic tables sit atop original concrete flooring, and reclaimed timber and steel beams stretch overhead, paying homage to the building’s industrial roots.
Aside from a rotating selection of 12 draft beers, Ambrose features quite the collection of artisanal and small-batch spirits, with an emphasis on whiskey. This includes classics, such as Bulleit Rye and Midleton Very Rare Irish whiskey, along with hard-to-find bottles, including The Glenlivet XXV single-malt scotch whiskey, not to mention Brugal 1888, a dry rum designed for whiskey lovers.
Located just steps from the water, it’s only logical that Ambrose Beer & Lobster specializes in lobster. Visitors can savor succulent Maine lobster in the eatery’s lobster rolls, salads, and lobster grilled cheese. In addition to seafood offerings, the menu items include truffled french fries and Nathan’s Famous all-beef hot dogs.