Red Lobster is known for its unending shrimp. The seafood company provides limitless shrimp in September to get customers' money's worth.
The seafood chain even started offering the bargain weekly. Mondays now have unlimited shrimp for $21.99.
Red Lobster—not Red Shrimp—isn't it? Customers secretly hoped the establishment would provide all-you-can-eat lobster. Red Lobster's previous premium buffet failed.
The restaurant's continuous snow crab offers failed. Once a third dish was bought, the firm lost money because the dinner cost $22.99. Red Lobster lost millions.
But keep trying. Red Lobster has a new promotion for seafood lovers. Finally, endless lobster is available.
Red Lobster will provide all-you-can-eat lobster for one day only at Times Square, New York City.
A press statement says the bargain will be offered three times. 11 a.m.–1 p.m., 1–3 p.m., and 3–5 p.m. The finest part of this March 28 deal? It's Free.
From March 21, visitors to the event page can reserve a space. First-comers get reservations since space is limited.
Guests will be fed unlimited one-and-a-quarter-pound live Maine lobsters instead of lobster tails. They'll also eat steamed broccoli. Many will like the promotion, while some may not.
One Twitter user is leery of the pitch, recalling countless crabs. "Red Lobster has unlimited crab legs. WE WON. Then, they ceased "tweeted.
The seafood firm should survive since the transaction is for one day only.