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posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 5:02p
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 5:05p
I am sorry not to thread crap - but there are only a two items on the list that are $6.99.
Crunch-Fried Fish Sandwich
On a toasted sourdough roll with melted Monterey Jack, lettuce and tomato. Served with freshly cooked potato chips. 6.99
Beer-Battered Shrimp and Chips
Served with freshly cooked potato chips and remoulade sauce. 6.99
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 5:14p
I'm not exactly sure what this means:
starting at just $6.99.*
*Prices higher in Times Square. Does this mean that the items are $6.99, except for Times Square? Or do the items start at $6.99 everywhere?
Beer-Battered Shrimp and Chips Coastal Soup and Grilled Shrimp Salad Shrimp and Wood-Grilled Chicken Wood-Grilled Salmon BLT Wood-Grilled Chicken BLT Wood-Grilled Shrimp Skewers Hand-Tossed Ceasar Salad with Wood-Grilled Chicken or Shrimp Crunch-Fried Fish Sandwich
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 6:42p
how much is it at the Times Square location?
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 6:48p
Sorry, starting at $6.99, not all items are $6.99 each.
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 7:15p
Prices at the Times Square Red Lobster are generally higher for the same items found at other Red Lobsters. For example, the lobster pizza around here (NJ) is $8.99 while at the Times Square location it's $10.99 as I recall.
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 7:56p
Mr Bill Bleeds!
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 9:22p
We were there today for lunch. There is only one that is $6.99. It's the maple glazed chicken. All the others are at least $8.99. The chicken dish was good.
posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 9:39p
Does the lunch price apply only on weekdays? or weekends included too?
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posted: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 11:19p
Another overpriced, underperforming restaurant that'll probably roll over and die in this economy.
There are 4-5 fish places I can go to get a legitimate seafood lunch and end up paying under $10. Red lobster is far and away the worst of the lot. A fish sandwich or a skewer of shrimp the size of the last two digits of my little finger for $7 arent going to sway me. Hell, Long John Silvers has their number at about half the price and the same quality.
Great commercials though. I wish them good luck.
posted: Feb. 5, 2009 @ 12:32a
While I'm not sure this qualifies as a "Hot Deal" I DO think that Red Lobster's lunch menu has always been one of, if not THE most underrated deals when it comes to eating out. You get almost as much food as you do at dinner, but at prices in the $6.99-8.99 per person range (so as long as popcorn shrimp or chicken tenders are okay with you,) and with salad and unlimited biscuits, It's a regular stop for me. (Oh, and I resent the suggestion that it's no better than "Long John Silvers," in terms of quality, sklar.)
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posted: Feb. 5, 2009 @ 8:55a
Thats okay, I'll still wish you good luck with the ownership of your red lobster restaurant.
If LJS put rice pilaf on their menu, you wouldnt be able to tell the difference.
Sorry Sklar - maybe some are different than others...but our Red Lobster is fantastic for the price.....we had a Long John Silvers about a mile away - and they went out of business after only 2 years of being open. But Red Lobster is still alive and well after 10+ years....and the quality is excellent. Sure you are not eating at Tavern on the Green - but for about $10 for lunch - not a bad deal.....just don't buy the $7.00 drinks or the $5.00 deserts....
Of course Red Lobster and Olive Garden being owned by the same group - no franchise locations - all owned by Darden Group.....Olive Garden being a great value for $6.99 for lunch as well.....
posted: Feb. 5, 2009 @ 9:27a
There not many places you can meet friends or family and spend $8.40 w/tax out the door. I personally thought red lobster was awful, however my mother loved it as do many friends, one location at 95 and 495 is especially desireable here in DC metro.The food really isn't the point the expierance of a sit down meal is; however the cheddar cheese biscuits are decadent.
posted: Feb. 5, 2009 @ 9:53a
I will tell you that they have many good selections for a low lunch price. Considering that the fish may be only worth $2.50 to $4.00 to some people, add in the side $1.00 and then biscuits $1.00 and salad $2.00, that is not a bad deal at all in my opinion. Sure you can go to long johns McD's or some other place for less, but it is not a bad deal for a sit down meal!
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