Lobster tails come from all over the world—Brazil, Florida, South Africa, Maine, Canada—with varying degrees of quality (cold water and warm water tails) so be careful when you find that great deal; use discretion when deciding where to buy lobster tails. A sub-par lobster tail will dry out or shrink to nothing in the cooking process.
No tails compare to cold-water tails from the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Our tails are made from only hard-shell lobsters making sure each tail is full of sweet, tender meat.
Whether you are looking for frozen lobster tails, fresh shucked lobster tails or BBQ lobster tails for the grill–we have you covered. Looking for huge lobster tails? We have got some real beauties. Check out our 16-20 oz. colossal lobster tails. Each and every order also includes instructions for how to cook lobster tails. Looking for live Maine lobsters? See our lobster menu and order Maine lobsters shipped overnight by the pound. We also have special lobster gifts and lobster dinner packages available with free next day shipping.
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BBQ Lobster Tails$99.00–$239.00
The ultimate lobster tails for the grill. These cold water BBQ lobster tails are full of tender meat with a sweet flavor. Shipped in the shell frozen and uncooked.
Fresh Frozen Lobster Tails$24.95–$49.00
Simply the best frozen lobster tails direct from the North Atlantic. Order frozen tails: 6-7 oz, jumbo 8-10 oz and colossal 16-20 oz lobster tails.
Fresh Lobster Tail Meat$59.00–$119.00
Who doesn’t love fresh lobster tails without the work? No shells, no crackers required.
Lobster Tails Special$129.00–$549.00
Lobster Tails just $129. with Free Express Delivery! Our 6-7 oz. lobster tails are not small! Check out our competitors size. Why bother ordering tiny tails online? Our tails are equivalent to a tail from 1 1/2 lb. live lobster.
Monster Lobster Tails$159.00–$359.00
The biggest and most impressive lobster tail you’ll find online— 20-24 oz. each. Holy Mackerel!
Super Pies for the Super Bowl
Received my order. In extraordinary perfect condition. Cant wait for Sunday to enjoy super bowl and my lobster pies
April 22, 2016
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