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Where in San Diego can I buy New England style hot dog rolls?

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  • pab Feb 3, 2012 11:58 AM
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From a Boston girl living in San Dieog....where I can buy New England style hot dog rolls? I am making lobster rolls for my Super Bowl party (in honor of the Patriots) and I need to have the right kind of rolls!! Thanks!

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  1. Haven't seen the top split rolls in stores, you may have better luck at the Costco Business Center. Giv'em a call. (858) 810-5833. Hope you're gong to use lobsters from the northeast.

    1. You just gave me another idea for Super Bowl...my beloved lobster rolls..
      Try Bite of Boston..
      Go Pats!

      Bite Of Boston
      15721 Bernardo Heights Pkwy
      San Diego, CA 92128
      (858) 451-2900

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      1. re: Beach Chick

        BC said, Go Pats, my heart be still....!!! Next time I head back make a request.

        1. re: cstr

          I've got tons of request when you head back to BOS..can you bring back a lobstah shack? ; )
          Go Pats!

          1. re: Beach Chick

            Man...I wish we had a few of those shacks. Miss them a bunch!

            1. re: Beach Chick

              and some lobstah pies

        2. Bread and Cie sells them. They're quite good.

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          1. re: Josh

            That is good to know..do they have brioche sliders too?

            1. re: Beach Chick

              Yes they do.

          2. Boston transplant here. Man, do I miss our food. Aside from Tacos, I can't think of anything that is better in SD. ~ broken hearted pats fan

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            1. re: globalevent

              I feel your pain, but remember that when you're walking around SD in a tee shirt in Feb.

              1. re: globalevent

                My condolences. Remember, not only can you wear a t-shirt in February (with shorts! and flip flops!), but the beer is better out here.