Captain D’s has a new $4.99 Flounder Feast for the Lenten season.
At a time when everyone is offering square fish patty sandwiches, Captain D’s, the nation’s leading fast casual seafood restaurant, brings quality whole filets of Flounder this Lenten season with Flounder Feast.
Leading the Flounder Feast lineup is Captain D’s Southern-Style Flounder, which is hand-breaded in restaurants every day. The whole filet of flounder is served with a choice of two sides and hush puppies for only $4.99. The premium quality Flounder also is available grilled and served with a shrimp skewer on a bed of rice.
“This time of year, every QSR brand is pushing square fish patties,” said Bob Kraut, CMO of Captain D’s. “At Captain D’s, we feel our guests shouldn’t have to settle for less, which is why we are proud to offer quality seafood options during the Lenten season and year-round.”
Additionally, Captain D’s will add fried oysters to their menu, which typically are not offered by fast casual restaurants. “We provide a wide range of options that keep seafood interesting all year and appeals to the most discerning seafood enthusiasts,” Kraut added.
The restaurant’s beloved D-Gulls, Desmond and Dave, make their 2018 debut in a new spot that demonstrates their distaste for square fish patty sandwiches. Desmond is clearly not satisfied with the product and therefore does what anyone would do in this situation – calls in a complaint. Because if it isn’t Captain D’s, it isn’t worth it.
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.