Best Lobster Dinner Ever! Faces & Places of Yesterday, Featured Wed Oct 16th, 2013 5 Comments Oh man, check this out. Can you make up a caption for this? Scene with lobster in Duke Zeibert’s Restaurant at 1722 L Street NW. (ca. 1960). Photograph by Vincent A. Finnigan. Duke Zeibert Photograph Collection, HSW. Source: Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Like Ghosts of DC on Facebook Get more GoDC posts by emailSign up to receive our great posts right in your inbox! Tags 1960s, lobster, restaurants Amazon.com Widgets http://DCMemories.com Bob The “diner” is Jackson Weaver and the “chef” is Frank Harden of DC’s longtime top-rated WMAL-AM morning radio team of “Harden & Weaver”. (Their program debuted in 1960.) Clark Larson My good sir, I ordered a lobster, not a crawfish! Connie I’ll need a nice, crisp white wine from the Loire Valley to go with this fine fellow! Jason “Excuse me but no, I would prefer you did not butter him up for me, chef. I brought my pet lobster in this aquarium here just to show you what a real lobster looks like.” David The lobster looks fine but can you refill my wine, i’m getting a little low.