Event features nine exciting new selections that can be mixed and matched
Orlando, FL (RestaurantNews.com) For guests who can never choose just one type of seafood or just want to try something new, Red Lobster’s Create Your Own Seafood Trio event is back to satisfy every seafood craving for $15.99. Beginning today and for a limited time, guests can create their perfect plate by choosing one dish from each of three different categories – Pasta Specialties, Twists on Classics and Wood-Grilled Selections.
Guests can choose bold flavors, like savory Chimichurri and spicy Tennessee bourbon, or try new twists on classic favorites, like Parmesan Fried Shrimp and Panko-Crusted Crab Cakes, to customize their meal. Create Your Own Seafood Trio selections include:
This year, guests can enjoy their personalized trio with two limited-time cocktails. The NEW! Spiked Strawberry Lemonade features hand-crafted lemonade mixed with Absolut Vodka®, and the NEW! Tropical Rum Punch blends a trio of silver, spiced and coconut rums with berry and pineapple juices.
Guests are invited to share their customized Create Your Own Trio creations on Red Lobster’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. To view the complete Red Lobster menu, find a restaurant location or to join the Fresh Catch Club, visit Red Lobster’s website.
About Red Lobster Seafood Co.
Red Lobster is the world’s largest seafood restaurant company, headquartered in Orlando, Fla., with an impressive heritage and an even brighter future. As a private company owned by Golden Gate Capital, Red Lobster is focused on delivering freshly prepared seafood at reasonable prices – served in a lively, contemporary seaside atmosphere. With 58,000 employees in over 700 restaurants in the U.S. and Canada, and a growing international footprint, Red Lobster is more committed than ever to be not just the biggest seafood restaurant, but the best. To learn more, visit http://www.redlobster.com or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/redlobster or Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/redlobster.