We had a great dinner up until the bill. We paid what was on the bill, but noticed later that we double tipped. The bill included a 15% gratuity for TWO PEOPLE - who does that?!?!? I thought 6 or more is when an automatic gratuity is added. I find that sneaky and poor business ethic, it was an error on our part but, I still think folks should pay close attention to what they are paying. Lesson learned - the hard way!!
Stay away from a host named Samantha. She will aggrivate the hell out of you with her sarcasm. I tried to speak with a manager, but she either put me on hold for 10 minutes or kept hanging up on me. A bad asset to the company.
I just had a free dinner there. Free because the crispy stuff I was tasting on my lobster was more like a piece of broken plate that was under my food. Somehow when I recieved the food, a piece of plate was broken off on the side. The item was about 1/2 dime in diameter and Inoticed it under the baked potato on the plate. Now I am really scared that I might end up in the hospital, just because I wanted to treat myself to a dinner there. I am really upset right now, I am so dissapointed and down right scared.
I am not a fan of Red Lobster, I only go because my son and daughter likes it. To me going here is like going to Pepe's and calling that Authentic Mexican Food! Whatever!!! Red Lobster is Red Lobster!!
I know there are tuns of cooler places to eat in NYC but if you're looking for some fairly average priced food that's also DELICIOUS, look no further. You can take the whole family and the place is just fun. The Lobsteritas are to die for and the service is GREAT! My boyfriend and I eat around Manhattan and Queens twice a month or so but we always come back to Red Lobster because we know we'll have a great time.
I love to eat seafood! Especially shrimp, but unfortunately I only enjoyed the biscuits. There is a fountain drink offer, which isn't that unique. What do you expect with when Big Red, is stationed all over the country.
This is my favorite place to go out to eat in New York as of date. Being that I rarely ever go out to eat anyway, this would definitely be the very first choice on my list. The very first time I went there was with my sister, New Year's 2005. She had a $50 gift card someone had given here, and she wanted to go there before we went to see the ball drop. I enjoyed my dinner there that night so much, I've been 3 to 4 times since then. The service is great, The food is great, The waiters and waitresses are very efficient, and I was extremely satisifed with the service I recieved. I'm sure I'll be going there this weekend when my friend from Chicago gets here. He's coming in today, and that will be on of our plans while he is here.
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