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Last time I ate Red Lobster I got food poisoning and nearly crapped my pants driving I-25. Good thing it was night and the ditch was deep. Haven't been back since.
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My son worked at a Red Lobster a few years ago and will not eat there.

Strange because I think it's pretty good food. Maybe not the best seafood but definitely enjoyable!

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Fast food seafood not for me kind of like going to Olive Garden for Italian.   :p   FYI Outback has all you can eat shrimp also I try to stay away from chain restaurants
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I also ate there last night. On Atkins and you can find the carb count easy enough on line, burp is right.

Retired Navy and I used to call it Dead Lobster. Maybe I have lived in the Midwest too long but damn it was good.

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95% of Red Lobster is the advertising. I live in the Maritimes...you know next to the ocean...and I KNOW I can cook better than their minimum wage cooks.
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Yup , we are lucky here in the NE . Good seafood , great Italian food . OOPS , maybe that's why I needed a stent ! Nevermind . :D
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We are spoiled here along the Maine coast with fresh seafood. The Red Lobster in Bangor didn't last long. Ill add to the Debby Downer theme. I thought the service was pitiful and the photos of the food on TV commercials and on menus "tasted" better than the real thing on the plate.
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Not fair to pick on chain seafood restaurants. I grew up on the Mass coast and know what you're saying. I haven't been in a Red Lobster in decades. But, most people don't live near an ocean. Red Lobster serves a purpose for those geographically challenged. It isn't like the clam and lobster shacks where I grew up but for most, its better than nothing and some of their dishes look OK for Nebraska or West Virginia.
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When we lived on the Cape, we used to go up to Plymouth once in a while to the Mayflower, (imagine that name in Plymouth) fish market/restaurant. It was right out on the pier. You couldn't get the fish any fresher. The restaurant was cafeteria style. A nice place for a good meal. We went back there a few years ago to eat and in it's place was a Weathervane. What a let down. :down:
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...and I KNOW I can cook better than their minimum wage cooks.

and about 95% of the executive chefs making six figures!!

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