Signs are posted on the exterior of a McDonald's restaurant on April 22, 2015 in San Francisco, Calif.
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By Sam Frizell
June 29, 2015

McDonald’s in New England has adopted a touch of class.

Participating restaurants in New England have been selling a lobster roll as of June 27 made of 100 percent North Atlantic lobster and mayonnaise, layered with lettuce and stuffed into a home-style toasted role, reports Fox Connecticut.

The Lobster Roll is selling for $7.99 and has 290 calories, and is the first time in a decade New England-area McDonald’s restaurants have offered the seafood special.

“The return of the Lobster Roll is exciting because we have requests for it every summer. It’s a delicious sandwich and we are thrilled to offer this regional favorite at a great value,” says Nicole Garvey, a McDonald’s Boston region spokesperson.

[Fox]

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