If devouring Cheddar Bay biscuits wasn’t reason enough to make a trip, Red Lobster just launched their Seafood Summerfest! Earlier this week, the seafood restaurant chain introduced a new menu item and brought back some classics to celebrate summer.
On top of the food, diners will also find some new additions to the adult beverage menu.
According to a recent press release, the Seafood Summerfest menu includes:
"NEW! BBQ Bacon Grilled Shrimp (available as 3 Course entrée choice) – Two fire-grilled shrimp skewers, glazed with sweet and smoky BBQ sauce and topped with crispy bacon and green onions. Served over orzo rice with a choice of one side.Grilled Lobster, Shrimp and Salmon – A tender Maine lobster tail, grilled jumbo shrimp skewer, and fresh Atlantic salmon finished with a brown butter sauce. Served with a choice of two sides.Steak & Lobster – A wishbone Maine lobster tail and a NY strip grilled with Red Lobster’s signature seasoning. Served with a choice of two sides.Red Argentinian Shrimp Skewers – Skewered Red Argentinian shrimp, fire-grilled and served over orzo rice and a choice of two sides.Live Maine Lobster – 1¼ lb., wild-caught, and fresh from the Atlantic, available steamed or stuffed. Served with a choice of two sides."
Seafood is such a summer delight. Red Lobster makes it easy for diners all over the country to enjoy delicious seafood dishes. If you are thinking of ordering that live Maine lobster, Red Lobster has produced a video that gives step-by-step instructions on how to crack the crustacean. Have no fear of a lobster claw shooting across the room and hitting another diner!
Check out Red Lobster’s Seafood Summerfest!
The restaurant chain has also introduced three new beverages for the summer. For those wanting a cocktail, diners can enjoy a Summer Sangarita, a blend of their very popular sangria and margarita. Those that prefer wine can enjoy a glass of Caymus Vineyards Sea Sun California Chardonnay or Sea Sun California Pinot Noir; both are new additions to the beverage menu.
Frequent Red Lobster diners should sign up for the restaurant’s free loyalty program. You earn 1 point for every $1 spent which you can trade in for rewards.
Guilty Eaters, which Seafood Summerfest dish are you going to be trying? Will you be heading to Red Lobster this summer?