Rejoice, Midtown East working stiffs, for today the gods bestowed upon you your very own Luke's Lobster! The crustacean chainlet debuts its newest locale today at 685 Third Avenue, a railroad-style eatery that's the largest of the Luke's to date. Don't be thrown by the avenue address; for now, enter through the outdoor plaza on 44th Street, which contains a waterfall, plant-covered walls and ample seating for lobster roll eating. A second entrance on 43rd Street will open in the next few weeks.

All the familiar favorites will be on the menu at the new location, like their mayo-slicked lobster, shrimp and crab rolls and accompanying chips, pickles and slaw. They'll also have chowdah and other slurpables from Hurricane Soups and sweet blueberry crumb bars for dessert. Even better than soup: the beer and wine license, which boasts brews from the Mother State of Maine. They're also testing on a new dish that'll be unique to the location, a hot crab and artichoke dip served with pita chips.

685 Third Avenue (entrances on 44th and 43rd Streets); website