Red Lobster's all-you-can-eat menu has proven popular in New York and other markets since the chain opened its first restaurant in Lakeland, Florida in 1968—because who doesn't want to pile shrimp, hush puppies, and crab's legs onto the same platter? Today Red Lobster claims to have seafood buyers stationed around the word in order to meet its ever-growing appetite (more than 600 restaurants and counting) for lobster, sole, swordfish and other varieties. It also proudly claims to have invented popcorn shrimp, and to have introduced many Americans to their first bite of calamari. Your local Red Lobster is easy to find on Voice Places.
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