Not as good as it used to be. For most of my life, Red Lobster was the place to go. You could go and pay 15-20$ a plate and recieve good sized portion of something you either couldn't prepare at home, or wouldn't normally prepare. In recent years that has changed, the dishes became more expensive, while the portions shrank. The entree I like is now well over $20. In all honesty, I could go to a Perkins, a local supper club fish fry or even a couple chinese buffets in the area and be less $, bigger portions and equal quality. They need to make changes.
Casual crustacean-inspired chain serves up diet-defying seafood dishes in a family-friendly environment..
Live lobsters wriggle in a tank inside this seafood emporium, where nautical-patterned booths and colorful, fish-shaped tables in the bar area add subdued touches of whimsy to the room's classy dark wood accents. The menu can be downright decadent, with starters of artichoke lobster dip, seafood fondue, and crab-stuffed mushrooms. Entrees feature lighter, grilled fare like mahi-mahi and North Atlantic sea scallops, along with signature lobster dishes, snow crab legs, and jumbo fried shrimp platters.
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