Lobster Roll

Jonathan Boncek

Lobster Roll

Surrounded by high-end boutiques, swanky inns, antique stores, and art galleries, 167 Raw’s new King Street home sits along a quiet stretch of storefronts. But fear not, they’re still boasting the same lineup of New England bivalves and lobstah rolls that were much-lauded at their original (teeny) East Bay spot. The first floor of the ever-so-charming 19th century building is long and narrow, with original brick walls and a new walnut bar. Bar vet Teddy Nixon is behind the long bar, shaking up the good stuff, while owners Jesse Sandole and Harrison-Panes, donning matching aqua hues, greet regulars at the door. Even with four times (at least) as much seating as their original space, 167 Raw gets packed. Arrive early to tuck into your 10-hour carnita taco and bay scallops in stud butter. —Mary Scott Hardaway (Dish, Winter 2020)

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Chef Mike Geib makes killer tacos and serves up a fresh catch of the day sandwich that’ll surely surpass expectations.

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Hours: Serving Lunch, Dinner (Mon.-Sat.)

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