Fish & Seafood

Long John Silver’s Serves Shrimp Menu Bargains During Lent Period

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With the 40-day Lenten season beginning on February 14, during which time many Catholics abstain from eating meat on Fridays, Long John Silver’s quick service seafood restaurants in the United States are promoting “shrimp-tastic savings” on popular menu items. From juicy and grilled to crispy and golden, two deals now on offer include $6 Shrimp Baskets and $10 Shrimp-Shares.

The basket bargains include: Six-Piece Grilled Shrimp, seasoned, grilled and served on a bed of savory rice with one side dish; Six-Piece Batter-Dipped Shrimp served with one side and two hushpuppies; Crispy Breaded Popcorn Shrimp, also served with one side dish and two hushpuppies.

Three Shrimp-Shares deals are on the table: 15-Piece Grilled Shrimp; 15-Piece Batter-Dipped Shrimp; and Shareable Crispy Breaded Popcorn Shrimp

Customers can also “get more bang for their batter” when they upgrade to Jumbo Shrimp. The batter-dipped option is available for a limited time at participating outlets.

“We believe delicious seafood should be accessible to all. Shrimp is the most popular seafood from coast to coast, and we’re excited to offer a range of shrimp options that are sure to satisfy,” said Christopher Caudill, senior vice president of marketing and innovation at the Louisville, Kentucky-headquartered chain.