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Old Port Lobster Shack closing in Redwood City, expanding to Los Altos

Old Port Lobster Shack, a New England-style seafood restaurant with locations in Redwood City, Portola Valley and San Jose, will be closing its original Redwood City location and reopening in Los Altos, owner Russell Deutsch confirmed Thursday.

The building that houses the Redwood City Old Port Lobster Shack at 851 Veterans Blvd. is going to be redeveloped into an apartment complex sometime next year, Deutsch said.

The same company, Sares Regis Group of Northern California, LLC, now owns both the Redwood City building and the Colonnade, a new apartment complex near the corner of San Antonio Road and El Camino Real in Los Altos, and offered Deutsch a ground-floor retail space in the Los Altos development.

Read more on Elena Kadvany's Peninsula Foodist blog.

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Old Port Lobster Shack closing in Redwood City, expanding to Los Altos

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Uploaded: Thu, Oct 8, 2015, 3:02 pm

Old Port Lobster Shack, a New England-style seafood restaurant with locations in Redwood City, Portola Valley and San Jose, will be closing its original Redwood City location and reopening in Los Altos, owner Russell Deutsch confirmed Thursday.

The building that houses the Redwood City Old Port Lobster Shack at 851 Veterans Blvd. is going to be redeveloped into an apartment complex sometime next year, Deutsch said.

The same company, Sares Regis Group of Northern California, LLC, now owns both the Redwood City building and the Colonnade, a new apartment complex near the corner of San Antonio Road and El Camino Real in Los Altos, and offered Deutsch a ground-floor retail space in the Los Altos development.

Read more on Elena Kadvany's Peninsula Foodist blog.

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