While this winter holiday season may be unlike any other due to the SARS-CoV-2 (novel coronavirus) pandemic, Red Lobster restaurant outlets in North America are helping consumers warm up with comfort food headlined by limited-edition, festive gift boxes filled with Cheddar Bay Biscuits.
Beginning on November 16 customers can start ordering the half-dozen Cheddar Bay Biscuits to Go special offering online, and then either pick up the order at a nearby restaurant or conveniently have it sent to their door, via touchless delivery, where available.
“Whether you’re searching for a unique gift to give a loved one you can’t physically be with, or looking to reward yourself for finishing a tough year strong, our Cheddar Bay Biscuit gift boxes are guaranteed to serve up some much-needed warmth and comfort this holiday season,” said Deanna Kotch, vice president of marketing for the Orlando, Florida-headquartered chain that ranks as the world’s largest seafood restaurant company.
Red Lobster is also offering a number of new Holiday Party Platters, available to go or for delivery. Here’s the lineup:
- Chilled Holiday Seafood Platter– Jumbo Cocktail Shrimp, Chilled Split Maine Lobster Tails and Jumbo Lump Crab Meat tossed in a lemon vinaigrette. Served with cocktail sauce and lemons.
- Shrimp Lover’s Holiday Platter– Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, Walt’s Favorite Shrimp and Crispy Shrimp. Served with piña colada sauce, cocktail sauce and spicy Dragon sauce.
- Lobster Claw Plater.
- Kung Pao Noodles – with Fried Lobster, Crispy Shrimp or Chicken.
- Sesame-Soy Salmon Bowl.
- Jumbo Lump Crab Cake Appetizer.
Customers can also celebrate the return of Signature Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail and Hand-Breaded Calamari, plus Triple Chocolate Brownie Whole Pan and newly launched Crispy Brussels Sprouts, available for dine-in or to go, for curbside pickup, or touchless delivery directly from RedLobster.com.
“There are so many great ways to enjoy seafood as part of your holiday celebration this year, no matter what that celebration might look like,” said Kotch.