"Red's boasts that each lobster roll contains all the meat from a one-pound lobster, and then some. Rolls are served with melted butter (or mayo) on the side for you to drizzle on as desired."
"Lobster doesn't come any tastier than what they serve at Red's Eats. Somewhere underneath all the meat is a perfectly toasted bun."
"Don't forget to pick up a whoopie pie, made by a local Wiscasset baker."
"All the way from Florida to taste these!"
"Debbie or 'Redette' is so friendly as she serves up the hot butter for the lobster roll."
"The lobster roll is delicious and worth waiting in line to eat. Expect a 30 minutes to two-hour wait in line."
"Amazingly, no matter how long the line waiting to place orders up front, there always seem to be available seats at the picnic tables in back."
"You will easily spend as much for a meal at this ultra-casual roadside stand as you would in a nice restaurant; but no "nice" restaurant we know has a lobster roll as good as Red's."
"Here I am in the middle of landlocked Nebraska, 2000 miles from Wiscasset, wishing I could order a lobster roll from Red's. Charles Kuralt once did a program on Red's back when he had his "On the Road" TV show."