The Lobster House serving Nassau County, Suffolk County, & Long Island, NY
Jordan Lobster Farms has been family owned and operated for over 50 years. Mr. Bill Jordan, “The Chief” of Boston Mass., originally opened Jordan Lobster Dock in Brooklyn, New York. Because of its success, he opened another location in Island Park, New York. Today, both locations continue their dedication to service and quality, operated by his sons.
We invite you to shop in our New England retail store, where we offer our customers a variety of seafood, prepared and frozen, and gourmet delicacies. You'll feel that old world charm, when you can pick out your own lobster sizes. Our specialty is Select and Jumbo’s, ranging from 1-15 lbs., or you can delight over our selection of fresh seafood, shellfish, and gourmet prepared dishes. That is what makes us one of the best seafood restaurants in the Nassau County, NY; Suffolk County, NY; & Long Island, NY area.
We Are One of the Tastiest Seafood Restaurants Around!
Jordan Lobster Farms
Seafood spot for raw & cooked meals
THE ZAGAT REVIEW
Bring your friends, pick your crustacean“ and ”chow down“ at a picnic table by the water outside this ”casual“ ”roadside“ seafood spot, where lobsters (and other ”snapping“ ”fresh“ fish) come steamed, bisqued and rolled – it's the ”perfect way to complete a day trip to Long Beach“, ”without breaking the bank“; other fans skip the ”closet“-like dining area, preferring to ”devour“ ”takeout“, but either way, it's a ”must.
A LA CARTE; Fulfilling a Fantasy While Eating Lobster
By RICHARD JAY SCHOLEM JUNE 25, 2000
EATING lobster near the water, under blue skies, in a lovely landscaped garden, at diner-like prices, sounds like a fantasy, especially on Long Island.
It's a reality on an inlet of Reynolds Channel. There, diners savor summer at a charming seaside spot with a view of the Long Beach Bridge. They pay $12.95 for a superfresh Maine lobster with corn on the cob, coleslaw and potato chips or, better yet, $29.95 for three one-and-a-quarter pounders with two ears of corn, potato chips, coleslaw and pickles.
Five years ago, Jordan Lobster Farms, at 1 Pettit Place in Island Park (516-889-3314), a major distributor of Maine lobsters for a quarter of a century, opened a lobster bar.