Best Lobster Dinner Ever! Tom 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. Amazon.com Widgets email You may also like...Two Ladies, One Dude, and an Electric CarThen and Now: O Street MarketGeorgetown Flood of March 1918First Congregational Church at 10th and G St. NW (1946)A Glimpse Into the Best of Times on Kennedy Street NWWashington City Paper Site FeedThe Makings of a PornBurgerWashington City Paper Site FeedBill Cunningham's Playful Photographs of 1970s New YorkLatest Posts | The Atlantic Cities1935-1942. “Street scene at 13th Street, N.W., Washington,...D.C. Past Tags 1960s, lobster, restaurants 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.