If you ask diners across America to pinpoint their seafood joint, many would say Red Lobster. This is especially true in landlocked states and markets without coastal independents. But how often is this the follow-up question: Is the seafood served responsibly sourced? One of the cloudiest supply chain conversations in foodservice, Red Lobster has diverted heavy resources to better seafood-purchasing since its founding in 1968.
Red Lobster, the world’s largest seafood restaurant company, announced a partnership with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program Tuesday to help achieve the organizations’ shared mission of helping make better seafood choices for healthier oceans, now and for future generations.
It isn’t every day a restaurant brand turns 50. Red Lobster doesn’t consider itself your everyday restaurant, either. It made sense then for the casual-dining leader to roll out a sweepstakes that was anything but ordinary to mark the occasion.
Red Lobster, the world’s largest seafood restaurant company, is celebrating its 50th Anniversary—and thanking loyal guests by offering them the chance to win Red Lobster for a year. Today through February 8, loyal fans can submit a picture of their favorite Red Lobster memory on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, using #RLGoldenSweepstakes for the chance to win one of 50 limited-edition “gold” cards.
Red Lobster announced the launch of a new menu, featuring Tasting Plates and Globally Inspired entrées. These new dishes are designed to give guests new ways to enjoy deliciously-prepared seafood at Red Lobster, while also still offering Red Lobster’s classic dishes and guests’ favorite entrees.
Red Lobster’s Give a Gift, Get a Gift holiday gift card promotion is a perfect gift or stocking stuffer for the seafood lover in your life.Right now, for every $50 you spend on Red Lobster gift cards, in-restaurant or online, you will receive a bonus card—good for either $10 off or a free appetizer coupon valid on a future visit in the month of January.
Starting Monday, Red Lobster fans will be able to get their seafood fix with an added bonus—and they’ll even be able to reserve a table from home.For every dollar spent, Red Lobster customers now have the opportunity to earn points toward free food as part of the new “My Red Lobster Rewards” program, which launched nationwide.
Now, with the return of Endless Shrimp, Red Lobster guests can enjoy as much shrimp as they like, any way they like, for a limited time. Guests are invited to mix and match their shrimp selections, choosing among a variety of exciting flavors and preparations, including two bold new flavors-new Nashville Hot Shrimp and new Mediterranean Shrimp–and classics like Hand-crafted Garlic Shrimp Scampi.
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Red Lobster is giving lobster lovers another reason to celebrate with the launch of the new Lobster Lover's Lunch. Available in restaurants starting Monday, the new limited-time offer available only during Lobsterfest features new Lobster Roll with French Fries, new Lobster-Topped Caesar Salad or one-half Lobster and Langostino Pizza paired with guests' choice of a side salad or cup of soup, giving guests a craveable weekday lunch option for $9.
Lobsterfest, the ultimate celebration of everything lobster, is back at Red Lobster for a limited time. During Lobsterfest, guests are invited to explore the largest variety of lobster dishes offered all year, including four brand new and five favorite lobster entrées that can be enjoyed in a variety of craveable preparations—including roasted, steamed, topped, grilled or stuffed.
Red Lobster is inviting guests to dive into new and exciting flavors during its Big Festival of Shrimp. The limited-time event gives guests the opportunity choose two of six new and classic shrimp preparations for just $15.
Guests looking for the perfect gift this holiday season can give the gift that seafood lovers crave—a gift card from Red Lobster. And, now through December 31, gift card buyers will receive a gift of their own with Red Lobster's GIVE A GIFT, GET A GIFT offer.
Just in time for the holiday season, Red Lobster is introducing its Holiday Seafood Celebration, a limited-time event featuring a variety of new special dishes, new seasonal cocktails and a new seasonal dessert that guests will want to save room for at the end of the meal.
Seafood supplier Thai Union Group PCL purchased a minority stake in Red Lobster for $575 million, the companies reported Monday. The supplier, which is the world’s largest producer of canned tuna, paid $230 million for a 25 percent stake and an additional $345 million for a 24 percent stake that it can convert in 10 years through preferred shares.