Captain D’s today announced the return of their Lobster Feast featuring two lobster rolls for $3.69 and full meals starting at $4.99.
Captain D’s customers can enjoy lobster in four different ways including Lobster Bites, Lobster Scampi, Lobster Bisque and North Atlantic Lobster Rolls.
“Lobster Feast is an exciting time for us at Captain D’s, as we bring the indulgence of lobster that is both delicious and affordable to our guests,” said Bob Kraut, Captain D’s Chief Marketing Officer. “Customers continuously ask us when we are bringing lobster back to our restaurants.”
Lobster selections include North Atlantic Lobster Bites with D’s Dipping sauce; scampi that is North Atlantic lobster served in a creamy garlic butter sauce over pasta, served with a choice of side and breadstick; and finally, creamy lobster bisque with bites of lobster.
This lineup also includes Captain D’s take on North Atlantic Lobster Rolls with lobster and lettuce nestled in a buttery roll. Right now, D’s customers can enjoy two lobster rolls for $3.69 and can add a side and a drink for just $2 more. For those guests seeking more delicious fish at a great price, Captain D’s Giant Fish Sandwich is also being offered in most locations.
To kick off this promotion, Captain D’s mascots, the D-Gulls, are back once again excitedly scheming to get their favorite seafood, Captain D’s. You can find the new D-Gulls video on Youtube. Captain D’s announced the special on Facebook. You can find the complete Lobster Feast menu at: Captain D’s Menu.
About Captain D’s (from Wikipedia)
Captain D’s is a U.S.-based chain of fast-casual restaurants, specializing in seafood and fish and chips. The restaurant also features a low-carbohydrate menu. The first Captain D’s restaurant opened in Donelson, Tennessee, in 1969 under the name “Mr. D’s”. The “D” is the initial of the last name of the co-founder, Ray Danner.
Many Captain D’s locations were originally selected to be near existing Shoney’s restaurants. Captain D’s has grown to become a restaurant chain with about 520 locations in about 23 states (primarily in the South and Midwest) as well as overseas.