|Saying "hi" to the lobsters!|
I like Red Lobster - and not just because I could eat an entire basket of their Cheddar Bay Biscuits on my own and not feel even a little guilty about it. I'm a big fan of seafood and there are so many choices on the Red Lobster menu that I'm always a happy diner. Of course, there's more than just seafood at Red Lobster - they have some new menu items on the "Maine Stays" menu. All 15 of the "Maine Stays" items are under $15 every day and include wood grilled chicken with portobello wine sauce (sounds yummy!) and tropical glazed BBQ chicken.
One thing I love about Red Lobster is they take food allergies very seriously. The first time we visited after finding out about Olivia's food allergies our waitress immediately brought us the "allergy menu" which lists all allergens along with possible cross contamination issues. This time was just as "allergy friendly" - we told our waitress about Liv's allergies (peanuts, tree nuts and sesame) and she made a point to write it down and tell the kitchen. Kudos to them!
|30 shrimp. Seriously.|
|Emma and her fish!|
With all that food we were too stuffed to even look at the dessert menu! All in all we had a great family lunch and we even had leftovers for dinner later that night.
In addition to the new menu items and new prices at Red Lobster (more than 60 percent of the dishes on the menu are less than $15!), don't forget their $7.99 weekday lunch special (certain sandwiches, salads, and soup are $7.99) and their 5 for $5 til 6 where certain appetizers are just $5 from 3 to 6 p.m.! Oh and right now..it's Lobsterfest! Happy feasting!
Disclosure: I was provided with a $75 gift card by Red Lobster for our dining experience. All opinions and thoughts are mine. No other compensation was provided.