Red Lobster celebrates National Lobster Day with a lobster dream meal

Red Lobster Lobster Lover’s Dream meal, photo provided by Red Lobster
Red Lobster Lobster Lover’s Dream meal, photo provided by Red Lobster /

Red Lobster has the perfect reason for you to enjoy a lobster dinner.

Whether you are craving Cheddar Bay biscuits or are dreaming of a lobster tail, Red Lobster is giving guests the best reason to come into the restaurant for dinner. Isn’t it time you turned that lobster dream into a tasty reality?

In honor of National Lobster Day on September 25, Red Lobster is discounting its Lobster Lover’s Dream meal by 15 percent. The offer is available now through September 25. It is available for dine-in, to-go or delivery.

If you aren’t familiar the Lobster Lover’s Dream Meal, the lobster dish features “roasted rock lobster tail, butter-poached Maine lobster tail and lobster-and-shrimp linguini Alfredo.” If this meal doesn’t satisfy your lobster craving, nothing will.

Many people enjoy Red Lobster because of the variety of flavors that it puts on one plate. While you can get one signature dish, the various feasts give diners the opportunity to try different options. It is like having the best seafood sampler plate.

Even on the Lobster Lover’s Dream meal, the combinations show lobster’s various flavors and textures. From the richness of the butter poached lobster to the sweetness of the rock lobster to the decadence of the Alfredo, this meal is a true lobster feast.

Given the current climate, restaurant discounts help entice diners to come in or place an order. While people might be overwhelmed my work, virtual school and life, they are still money conscious. Restaurant discounts do make a difference and are well received by guests.

While the new MTN DEW Cocktail, the DEW Garita, might not yet be on the menu, this Lobster Lover’s Dream Meal is a tasty reason to visit Red Lobster by September 25. Are you hungry yet?

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