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Red Lobster Coupon: $10 off Any Two Lobsterfest Entrees via Printable Coupon EXPIRED

GoodDay 39,080 March 4, 2013 at 08:26 AM in Coupon (5)
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Red Lobster [Restaurant Locator] is offering $10 off Any Two Lobsterfest Entrees with this Printable Coupon when you provide your name and email. Coupon is valid thru March 24. Thanks GoodDay

Note, Coupon may be redeemed for $5 off each Lobsterfest entree purchased.

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Edited March 4, 2013 at 11:38 AM by widgit

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#31
Quote from antsmarchn View Post :
I honestly don't know how anyone can actually choose to eat at Red Lobster. I have eaten at once once in my life and it was not by choice, but where a client wanted to go, never again. Cheap, crappy, previously frozen, not fresh seafood. Greasy, gloppy, overbearing sauces. A McDonalds filet-o-fish or a box of frozen fish sticks is on par with Red Lobster. You are better off going to a local fish monger or even a whole foods and making seafood at home.

Or you could of course just go here for dinner http://le-bernardin.com/
I am sorry but, I can't tell if you are serious or being sarcastic, so I am going to assume you are serious. I just checked out le-bernardin, and holy cow, that place is expensive! 72 dollars for a set lunch, 127 dollars for set dinner? You can't seriously compare Red Lobster with le-bernardin. 127 dollars can feed a family of four at Red Lobsters. I mean what if you can't afford 127 dollars x 4 to take your family out for dinner?

Having said all of this, I don't personally like Red Lobsters. However, I would have never brought le-bernardin as a comparison, because how would you have felt if you thought going to Red Lobsters was a treat, and someone’s told you it sucked, and suggested a place you can never afford?
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#32
Quote from ndm2p8 View Post :
I know this is sort of anti-Slickdeals proper manners - but I have to agree.

Places like Olive Garden, Applebees, and Reb Lobster - just gross. And I mean GROSS. And I LIKE eating crappy fast food and what not.

Blows my mind that people will go to Red Lobster and spend $30 bucks a person! Crazy.
Back in the day Red Lobster was worth $30. That's when I was in junior high school which was about 15 years ago. The food quality was excellent. They actually hired chefs to cook. Then a few years ago everything changed to frozen food and cheap shrimp so hard they could break your teeth. The last time I went to RL was for a friends birthday party a year ago and the food was awful. I couldn't believe how much the quality changed. The food at RL these days is on par with fast food. I don't eat fast food but I would rather go to Sonic's than to eat that cheap stuff.
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#33
Thank you!!!!!!!
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#34
Quote from ndm2p8 View Post :
... Go to Yelp, find a local seafood restaurant with great reviews w/ similar prices to Red Lobster and go there instead.....
$15 for a lobster entree at a highly rated restaurant? Sorry, there aren't any.
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Quote from d1492ay View Post :
I am sorry but, I can't tell if you are serious or being sarcastic, so I am going to assume you are serious. I just checked out le-bernardin, and holy cow, that place is expensive! 72 dollars for a set lunch, 127 dollars for set dinner? You can't seriously compare Red Lobster with le-bernardin. 127 dollars can feed a family of four at Red Lobsters. I mean what if you can't afford 127 dollars x 4 to take your family out for dinner?

Having said all of this, I don't personally like Red Lobsters. However, I would have never brought le-bernardin as a comparison, because how would you have felt if you thought going to Red Lobsters was a treat, and someone’s told you it sucked, and suggested a place you can never afford?
(he is being sarcastic)
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#36
Now to get back to the Deal.....Thanks OP for the info.

For those who don't want this deal.......move along.

p.s. I personally don't care for RL either...but my wife does. So, being able to save $$$ is better than paying full price.
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Quote from d1492ay View Post :
I am sorry but, I can't tell if you are serious or being sarcastic, so I am going to assume you are serious. I just checked out le-bernardin, and holy cow, that place is expensive! 72 dollars for a set lunch, 127 dollars for set dinner? You can't seriously compare Red Lobster with le-bernardin. 127 dollars can feed a family of four at Red Lobsters. I mean what if you can't afford 127 dollars x 4 to take your family out for dinner?

Having said all of this, I don't personally like Red Lobsters. However, I would have never brought le-bernardin as a comparison, because how would you have felt if you thought going to Red Lobsters was a treat, and someone’s told you it sucked, and suggested a place you can never afford?
I am serious about my dislike of red lobster. Le Bernardin was really listed as a joke and not as true comparison. It is truly amazing, some of the best seafood ever, but in a class of its own. Yes, it is very expensive, but well worth the money if you want to splurge.

I just think Red Lobster is a joke of a restaurant. There are plenty of of chain seafood places I would rather spend my money at instead of going to Red Lobster. Some good ones, albeit slightly pricier are Legal Sea Foods, McCormick and Schmick's, or even Bonefish Grill.
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#38
Quote from travcm View Post :
$15 for a lobster entree at a highly rated restaurant? Sorry, there aren't any.

Plenty in St. Louis!

http://www.dishtip.com/s/mo/saint...mo&offset=

http://www.dishtip.com/d/mo/saint...to/2559152

It doesn't really matter - we are never going to agree on this. You think Red Lobster is worth the price, I don't. You go there, I won't. Agree to disagree.
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Quote from antsmarchn View Post :
I am serious about my dislike of red lobster. Le Bernardin was really listed as a joke and not as true comparison. It is truly amazing, some of the best seafood ever, but in a class of its own. Yes, it is very expensive, but well worth the money if you want to splurge.

I just think Red Lobster is a joke of a restaurant. There are plenty of of chain seafood places I would rather spend my money at instead of going to Red Lobster. Some good ones, albeit slightly pricier are Legal Sea Foods, McCormick and Schmick's, or even Bonefish Grill.

Seafood in U.S are terrible, you will agree with me if you ever eat seafood in Japan.

ps. I am not Japanese.
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Quote from JussaIrish View Post :
Saving 10 bucks for overpriced and poor quality seafood is not a deal. Good for people that love Red Lobster or don't have a better seafood option. Before anyone mentions those biscuits, guess what, you can make them at home too.
Speaking of the biscuits, ingredient and health wise they are junk. Before I asked them for the ingredient list, I had a feeling it would be bad, but didn't think it would be this bad:

Cheddar Bay Biscuits (CHG): Enriched bleached flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin, mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid). Partially Hydrogenated Soybean and/or Cottonseed Oil, Whey, Sodium Bicarbonate, Salt, Sodium Aluminum Phosphate, Dextrose, Monocalcium Phosphate, Buttermilk, Defatted Soy Flour, Nonfat Milk, Soy Lecithin, Maltodextrin, Enzymes, Cheddar Cheese (Cultured Pasteurized Milk, Salt and Enzymes), a Rice Flour and Microcrystalline Cellulose anticaking agent shall be added to keep the product free flowing), Liquid and partially hydrogenated soybean oil, salt, soy lecithin, natural and artificial flavor, TBHQ and citric acid added to protect flavor, beta carotene (color), dimethylpolysiloxane (and antifoaming agent added), Garlic Powder, Maltodextrin, Salt, Onion Powder, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Torula Yeast, Dehydrated Parsley, Malic Acid, Sugar, Natural and Artificial Flavor (Maltodextrin, Butter Oil), with not more than 2% Silicon Dioxide added as an anti-caking agent.

It's pretty much fast food with waiter/waitress service. Tough to find good quality in a chain restaurant which makes me not take living in San Francisco for granted.
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#41
Quote from JussaIrish View Post :
Saving 10 bucks for overpriced and poor quality seafood is not a deal. Good for people that love Red Lobster or don't have a better seafood option. Before anyone mentions those biscuits, guess what, you can make them at home too.
Agreed. Red Lobster has really gone down hill. The food doesn't look anything like the advertisements and the quality is barely tolerable anymore, IMHO..
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Quote from n3rdftw View Post :
i assume u troll any non-Michelin star restaurants for not being the best restaurant you can go to, and complain that the food is not as good as the kind you make at home laugh out loud
Quote from JussaIrish View Post :
Saving 10 bucks for overpriced and poor quality seafood is not a deal. Good for people that love Red Lobster or don't have a better seafood option. Before anyone mentions those biscuits, guess what, you can make them at home too.
Quote from tillerrw View Post :
We have a gift card so this will stretch it a little further.

Calm down, I don't think anyone believes RL serves out of this world seafood.
how about you all go to your local supermarket that sells lobsters and for $15 you can get a 3lb lobster lol at least when they are on sale, i can get a 3lb for $15.
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#43
Quote from antsmarchn View Post :
Some good ones, albeit slightly pricier are Legal Sea Foods, McCormick and Schmick's, or even Bonefish Grill.
I agree with these selections, but they are regional enough that a majority of people could not make the drive to one for a casual evening dinner. I am a particular fan of Bonefish Grill and am willing to drive the extra distance to eat at the only location within a decent vicinity of me here in N. Dallas.
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Quote from killdiablo View Post :
Seafood in U.S are terrible, you will agree with me if you ever eat seafood in Japan.

ps. I am not Japanese.
Beef (even the non Wagyu/Kobe varieties) and seafood are much better in Japan. I was supposed to go visit a friend and his wife who lived there for 2 years, but the earthquake hit and prevented me from going. I have seen some amazing pictures though. You can still find very good seafood in the US, but it requires travel. The Pacific Northwest, Maine, parts of the Gulf States, but I completely agree with what you said about Japan.
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#45
Quote from travcm View Post :
tl;dr - a cry for attention
How is it too long? It's only three short sentences. I think you meant just "dr" cause you didn't like what JussaIrish had to say.
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