Ogunquit, Maine. This quaint, mouthful-of-a-town was where it all began for Hazel “Nana” Ellis Hancock, whose noble mission it was to deliver the finest lobster alongside the most authentic “Maine” experience to her customers. After opening up her first restaurant in 1946, serving up the best lobster in town quickly became a family affair – granddaughter Cal Hancock eventually launched Hancock Gourmet Lobster in 2000, using her nana’s long-held family recipes and honoring her devotion to quality and customer service. We bow to you, oh Lobster Queen, for the mouthfuls of juicy, tender lobster morsels that have kissed our lips and tamed our gullets, quietly affirming the existence of a higher power. We believe. We believe. that’s for Hancock Lobster
We're not the only ones who love them!
Hancock's Lobster Mac and Cheese beat Bobby Flay on Food Network's "Throwdown", and featured by Florence Fabricant in the New York Times. Hancock Gourmet Lobster has won multiple Gold awards at the NASFT Fancy Food Show.