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Lobster season isn't over yet, folks. If you feel like you haven't had your fill of the delicious crustacean yet, fear not. A "Lobster Fest" is coming to Montreal this week.

Thursday's is having an all-you-can-eat lobster dinner, complete with lobster bisque and sides. The delicious feast starts tomorrow, August 1, and it will be happening nightly until Monday, August 5.

Grab a couple of pals and get ready to eat until you burst. Be warned: you might have to roll yourself home.

There's honestly no better summer food than lobster. In the summer you can find super-fresh lobster, especially in Eastern Canada.

The event at Thursday's, a popular bar/restaurant on Crescent street, is a celebration of the most delicious time of the year.

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The best part? Dinner will only set you back $57. Considering the price of lobster, this seems like a pretty good deal.

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For that price, you get a lobster bisque and as much lobster and sides as you can eat. Come prepared, friends. I suggest skipping lunch.

For once, you might want to forego the all-you-can-eat sushi on Crescent in favour of lobster. After all, it's pretty rare to find AYCE lobster.

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However, if you are in the mood for all-you-can-eat food, you can check out our list of the best all you can eat places in Montreal.

Now, go forth and feast on lobster! You can thank me later.

All You Can Eat Lobster Dinner

What: All you can eat lobster, with bisque and sides, for $57.

Where: Thursday's Montreal.

When: August 1 – August 5.

Find out more on Thursday's Facebook page.

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