Maine Lobsters & Fresh Seafood Brought to Your Local Market
Bringing the freshest seafood to the greater Maryland area for 40 years and counting.
How to Place an Order
Want a special item? Need to place a large order? Or just want us to hold your favorite seafood in case we might run out? Place a pre-order here.
Tell us what you’d like and where you would like to pick it up from. Pick-up is available at our Potomac, Bethesda, Kensington, or Baltimore locations.
Place your order only ONCE. Either via our online form, email, or phone. Be sure to place your order at least TWO DAYS before you plan to pick it up.
Fill out our Order Form here, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, OR call us at 301.865.3139. We accept cash, check, and cards (for a $1 fee).
Menu & Prices
We carry our staple weekly offerings and additional specials, depending on the season and market location. Check out our weekly rotating soups!
We offer traditional seafood feast specials throughout the year to celebrate the holidays and various special occasions. Place your order and select your pick-up location today!
At Democracy Blvd. and Falls Rd. in Potomac. Thursdays from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm, year-round.
At the corner of Old Georgetown Rd. and Greentree Rd in Bethesda. Fridays from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, year-round.
At the Kensington Train Station on Howard Ave. Saturdays 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, year-round.
At the Baltimore Farmers Market. Sundays from 7:00 am – 12:00 pm, seasonally April – December.
Submit a Recipe
If you have a recipe you would like to share, just email it to us. We will post it right here.
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Getting Our Start
Salt River Lobster has been selling seafood in the greater Maryland area since 1982. That’s 40 years and counting! The man who founded Salt River Lobster is a genuine lobsterman from Boothbay, Maine. A friend of his working at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) suggested he bring lobsters down from Maine to sell to the community. He brought about a hundred pounds of fresh, live lobsters in his old pickup truck, and sold every single one within an hour.