Tag Archives: Lobster Shop

Lobster Shop at Dash Point

lobster shopThe Lobster Shop at 6912 Soundview Dr NE, Tacoma, WA 98422 will be closing on March 15, 2014. It’s a little out of the way for my family, but still we dined there a few times and always enjoyed it. The site was originally native land and had been the Dash Point Grocery. In 1977 it became the Lobster Shop.

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Veteran’s for Peace, Memorial Day

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On Memorial Day I stopped in the park area next to the Lobster Shop that was displaying a traveling memorial by the Veteran’s for Peace dedicated to the men and women who have died in Iraq since March 2003. Despite the rainy weather people were respectful wandering through the display of headstones, considering the very real cost of war.

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The South Sound’s Best Sandwich at Oliver’s

8718429879_7f2280babd_cIn April 2013 the Weekly Volcano organized a contest to establish the best sandwich in the South Sound. Sixty four restaurants entered. The winner was Oliver Sandwiches’ Lobster Sandwich (pictured above). Oliver’s Sandwiches is located at 900 Meridian Avenue East in Milton. Dear husband and I shared the lobster sandwich and could readily see how it became the winner.

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The Tacoma Fallen Firefighters Memorial

It was a lovely day to walk Ruston Way with three of my friends. Along the way I stopped to photo the Tacoma Fallen Firefighters Memorial near the Lobster Shop on Ruston Way.¬† The sculpture is called “Fully Involved” by Larry Perkins and it was dedicated in honor of those firefighters who have given their lives in the line of duty in 2001. There are twelve names on the memorial with the most recent being from 1963. A plaque near the memorial tells me that the first volunteer fire company was formed in Tacoma in 1880 and the first paid fire department in 1889. The first African American firefighter joined the force in 1972 and the first woman firefighter¬† in 1981.