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[Red Lobster] $21.99 endless shrimp at Red Lobster

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[Red Lobster] $21.99 endless shrimp at Red Lobster

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No coconut shrimp, no deal.
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I didn't know could order for pickup....4 plates
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no all you can eat style no fun...Disappointed Face

really want to try ...
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chinese zzz wrote:
Sep 15th, 2019 8:54 am
no all you can eat style no fun...Disappointed Face

really want to try ...
Pretty sure it still is. You order two of the dishes at first, then order a single dish at a time until your pants split open.

It’s a pretty good deal. You still get the salad, the biscuits, and a **** of shrimp for $22.

What you also get is a mountain of sodium and cholesterol, so maybe consult with your doctor before going.
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missed the day of bottomless crab legs...
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sadly not available in Vancouver BC
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canada5dollarbill wrote:
Sep 15th, 2019 9:56 am
Pretty sure it still is. You order two of the dishes at first, then order a single dish at a time until your pants split open.

It’s a pretty good deal. You still get the salad, the biscuits, and a **** of shrimp for $22.

What you also get is a mountain of sodium and cholesterol, so maybe consult with your doctor before going.
Both sodium and cholesterol are good for your health. It's the rancid veggie oils and huge amount of refined sugars that cause damage to the arteries. The body just uses cholesterol to repair artery walls, eventually clogging them after scar tissue formation. Everything the medical industry has been pushing for the past 30 years is dead wrong. Get with the times.
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daddyho24 wrote:
Sep 15th, 2019 8:38 am
No coconut shrimp, no deal.
You can get coconut shrimp as part of endless shrimp, they just give you smaller shrimp.
It’s not advertised in the menu, but you just need to ask.
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This used to be $14.99
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kthxbye wrote:
Sep 15th, 2019 10:25 am
Both sodium and cholesterol are good for your health. It's the rancid veggie oils and huge amount of refined sugars that cause damage to the arteries. The body just uses cholesterol to repair artery walls, eventually clogging them after scar tissue formation. Everything the medical industry has been pushing for the past 30 years is dead wrong. Get with the times.


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kimwoobingsu wrote:
Sep 15th, 2019 10:52 am
You can get coconut shrimp as part of endless shrimp, they just give you smaller shrimp.
It’s not advertised in the menu, but you just need to ask.
You are spot on. Was there yesterday and ordered the coconut shrimp but they brought it out in a small bowl with tiny shrimps. Some of the refill orders took a while and the waiter kept saying the kitchen is running behind, however eventually everything came out and even some extras lol.

Seems with this promo you will expect longer wait times to get a table. We were a group of 10 and waited over an hour before getting a table. Smaller groups still had a wait time of 45mins unless you were a group of 2 which seemed to move quick. This was at 6pm so it's probably expected.
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abkdt41 wrote:
Sep 15th, 2019 11:03 am
This used to be $14.99
Time to fire up the time machine

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