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Pat's World Famous in Hampton opened this weekend for the season and their lobster dogs are on the menu.

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It's The Best Bite On Hampton Beach

It's a snappy dog in a buttery bun topped with the freshest lobster, chives and a special sauce to put the whole delicious bite together.

The Lobster Dog is a creation of my family.  My nephew, Patrick Sullivan, is the proprietor of Pat's World Famous.

My brother, John Sullivan, is the chef and helped Patrick create the menu.

The Lobster Dog is just the beginning of the menu.  There are hot dog combinations that will blow your mind.

Wanna Skip the Dog and Keep the Lobster?

Can do!  Pat's World Famous will be serving lobster rolls this season.  There will be mini and mega sizes to choose from.  AND....  there's more.


Pat's World Famous will now be serving french fries!  It wouldn't be Pat's place if it didn't have all kinds of fries, so, of course, there are lots of different fries to choose from:

  • Cheesy fries
  • Chili Cheese Fries
  • LOBSTER fries
  • And regular ol' delicious fries

Don't Forget the Ice Cream

Pat will also have all kinds of fantastic ice cream and smoothies for those hot summer days!

Where Exactly on Hampton Beach is Pat's World Famous?

Glad you asked:  3 D Street, Hampton, NH

When Are They Open?

Every day.  Monday through Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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