With Endless Shrimp, Red Lobster’s most popular annual promotion, get all the shrimp you can eat, plus salad and Cheddar Bay Biscuits, for about $17.99.
This year during Endless Shrimp, Red Lobster is offering five flavors and preparations of shrimp to choose from, including two new shrimp options – Parmesan Peppercorn Shrimp featuring hand-breaded shrimp topped with grated Parmesan, and Garlic Sriracha-Grilled Shrimp featuring wood-grilled shrimp in a spicy Garlic Sriracha sauce.
Prices vary by location but a typical price is $17.99, $1 more than the 2015 Endless Shrimp promotion.
During the event, guests can pick two of their favorite shrimp preparations to start, and then, when they’re ready, they can order additional shrimp preparations one at a time. The 2016 Endless Shrimp lineup includes:
- NEW! Parmesan Peppercorn Shrimp
- NEW! Garlic Sriracha-Grilled Shrimp
- Hand-Crafted Shrimp Scampi
- Hand-Breaded Shrimp
- Shrimp Linguini Alfredo
You can find the Endless Shrimp menu at: https://www.redlobster.com/menus/specials/
According to Red Lobster, Endless Shrimp is the number one guest-requested promotion. Guests can enjoy as much shrimp as they like, any way they like, from the Endless Shrimp menu and can even mix-and-match different preparations. The offer comes with a fresh salad and unlimited Cheddar Bay Biscuits®.
“Our guests anticipate Endless Shrimp all year long. They love it because they are able to explore new flavors, while also still enjoying their classic favorites,” said Chef Dustin Hilinski, Executive Chef and Director of Culinary at Red Lobster. “This year, we’re excited to give them a twist on our popular hand-breaded shrimp by adding parmesan and peppercorn. And, for those that like a bit of heat, the Sriracha is a great option. There’s truly something for everyone.”
Red Lobster Rewards
Sign up for the Red Lobster email club and receive a coupon for a free appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two adult entrees.
About Red Lobster (from Wikipedia)
Red Lobster was founded in 1968 by entrepreneur Bill Darden and Charley Woodsby. Originally billed as a “Harbor for Seafood Lovers”, the original restaurant in Lakeland, Florida was followed by several others throughout the Southeast. General Mills acquired Red Lobster in 1970 as a five-unit restaurant company. The chain expanded rapidly in the 1980s.
In 1995, Red Lobster (along with Olive Garden and other sister chains) became part of Darden Restaurants, which was spun off from General Mills as an independent, publicly traded corporation. Today, there are nearly 700 Red Lobster locations throughout the United States.
To see the Red Lobster menus you need to select your location first at https://www.redlobster.com/locations/ and then click “View Menu”.
Red Lobster Recipes
You can find recipes for many Red Lobster specials and regular menu items at this Red Lobster website: http://www.redlobster.com/kitchen/