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Florida—Red Lobster Brings Back “Endless Shrimp” With a Secrete Menu




In 2013, Red Lobster, an American casual dining restaurant chain headquartered in Orlando, Florida, had 705 restaurants.  Red Lobster probably purchases more farmed shrimp than any other end user in the world.


On September 1, 2017, it announced that its famed promotion “Endless Shrimp”, all the shrimp you can eat at a set price, will be back on the menu on Monday, September 4, 2017.  Diners can mix and match from a five-item menu that includes three classic dishes: shrimp linguini, hand-breaded shrimp and garlic shrimp scampi.


Red Lobster is also introducing two new flavors: Nashville Hot Shrimp, fried in a mixture of brown sugar and spices and topped with a honey drizzle; and Mediterranean Shrimp, grilled in white wine, garlic and lemon butter sauce with tomatoes and green onions.


The chain also has a handful of secret menu items that it isn’t advertising, including Cape Cod Kettle Chip-Crusted Shrimp, Panko-Crusted Red Shrimp, Coconut Bites, Popcorn Shrimp and Garlic-Grilled Shrimp Skewers.  These items won’t be on the official menu, but Red Lobster said that they will be available to order as part of the Endless Shrimp deal while supplies last.


Endless Shrimp is a limited offer and usually lasts around two months.

Source: Business Insider.  Red Lobster Is Bringing Back Endless Shrimp—And This Year, There’s a Secret Shrimp Menu.  Kate Taylor (ktaylor@businessinsider.com).  September 1, 2017.

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