What’s on the menu at Lbs (that’s “pounds”), a lobster, burger and salad restaurant
The three-item menu (“Lbs” stands for lobster, burger, salad) features Nova Scotia lobster, and hormone- and antibiotic-free Ontario beef. Large-format lobster dinners (two, three or six pounds) are available and come with all the fixings. There’s also a somewhat-secret menu item: lobster poutine.
Tomlinson has an MBA in wine, and both men studied at the Court of Master Sommeliers so the drink list focuses on wine and champagne. (Later this summer, even Krug champers will be sold by the glass.) Holly Caverly (Momofuku, Bar Isabel) is behind the house-made sodas and cocktails, and Sam James coffee is available at the takeout window as early as 8 a.m.
Between its bar, main dining room—which has a view of the kitchen’s 2000-pound lobster tank—and a patio of sorts (it’s in the building’s atrium), the restaurant seats 140 guests.