The Lobster is one of very few Santa Monica restaurants that’s been around for almost a century, and for good reason! The ideal location on Ocean Avenue means this restaurant that sits high atop a hill has beautiful panoramic views of the famous Santa Monica Pier and beach. These features make it perfect for any event from a rehearsal dinner to a large work luncheon.
Choose from Maine or California spiny lobster specialties, or from the host of other meals made from locally sourced produce and fresh seasonal ingredients. The menu at this Santa Monica restaurant has been thoughtfully created by celebrity Chef Govind Armstrong.
The Lobster Santa Monica serves lunch, dinner, dessert and a wonderful happy hour that can include a free unforgettable sunset if your timing is right! For a memorable dining experience with classic California ambiance, this Santa Monica restaurant is a must-try.
Connect With The Lobster
- American Express
- Master Card
- Outdoor Dining
- Group Dining/Private Banquet Space
- Hours Open - Monday: 11:30am-10pm
- Hours Open - Tuesday: 11:30am-10pm
- Hours Open - Wednesday: 11:30am-10pm
- Hours Open - Thursday: 11:30am-10pm
- Hours Open - Friday: 11:30am-11pm
- Hours Open - Saturday: 11:30am-11pm
- Hours Open - Sunday: 11am-10pm
- Parking Cost: 10.00
- Parking Available: Paid
- WiFi Available: Free
- Maximum Private Capacity: 52 patio for buyout, 150 seated, 225 cocktail flow
- Restaurant Capacity (Seated): 150
The Lobster made me realize why I never liked lobster before: because I've never had quality, FRESH lobster until I came here. First of all, Chris, our... Full Review
Had to make a reservation for the Alaskan crab legs! Was well worth the visit. Staff were friendly and polite. Thanks, Full Review
Very disappointed! went for dinner and ordered a steak which I was told the chef wouldn't allow it to be well done. well I asked for medium well and had a bloody steak. The waitress poor thing was... Full Review
The manager “Mickey” was disgustingly rude! He attempted to be intimidating instead of being professional and communicative. This may have been a case of reverse discrimination...... Full Review