Kudo’s to the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce. Lobster Fest ’18 was again a huge success. There is no correct way to eat lobster. If restaurants showed you the picture of someone trying to eat Lobster no one would ever engage in the event. That’s what it is. An “event”. First you have to have proper tools and then you must have a bib. Then you have to have help (at least I did) from your wife. Then you must decide whether you want to eat lobster and steak at the same time or save the beef for later. You dip former ocean dweller in the butter provided, provided you don’t spill the butter all over everything, which I did. Then you choose which size bite. There is also the corn and potato which really just get in the way. If you have 34 napkins (give or take) you can clean up well enough to eat dessert. I escaped with minor injuries, thanks to my wife. If I were a bachelor and on a date, I would never order lobster. One look halfway through the meal and I would be eating by myself. I could afford lobster twice, maybe three times a year, but the exertion and look of panic trying to open it just aren’t worth it. Good job, C. of C.
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