Ultimate Endless Shrimp is back at Red Lobster

Endless Shrimp (Red Lobster)

It’s that time of year that Red Lobster fans always eagerly anticipate. Now through to November 6th – endless shrimp are back on the menu! If you’re new to this special deal, the endless shrimp offer is available all day, every day. The brand writes that:

“Guests are invited to roll up their sleeves and indulge in a variety of craveable offerings by choosing two delicious shrimp preparations to start, and when they are gone, order additional shrimp dishes one at a time. Each Ultimate Endless Shrimp meal is accompanied by a choice of side and of course, unlimited Cheddar Bay Biscuits. Insider tip: avoid grabbing the extra biscuit to leave room for endless amounts of shrimp.”

This year’s lineup features a new Parmesan-Bacon Shrimp Scampi as well as the return of some favorite. This year’s Ultimate Endless Shrimp menu features five enticing shrimpy options as follows:

  • Parmesan-Bacon Shrimp Scampi – shrimp, oven-broiled in a garlic butter sauce, with shaved Parmesan, Parmesan panko, bacon, and parsley
  • Argentine Red Shrimp – skewer of wild-caught Argentine red shrimp, grilled and served over rice
  • Shrimp Linguini Alfredo – shrimp in an Alfredo sauce on linguini
  • Walt’s Favorite Shrimp – breaded, butterflied and lightly fried, served with cocktail sauce
  • Garlic Shrimp Scampi – garlic shrimp scampi, oven-broiled in garlic butter sauce

The special deal is also available for orders to go. For to go orders guests get to mix and match four shrimp preparations plus a choice of side and Cheddar Bay Biscuits.

Image credit, Red Lobster.

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