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St. Louis Lobster Look Update

Posted: Nov. 8th, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
Adirondack-style chairs in front of a Red Lobster
Liz Miller

Red Lobsters across St. Louis have reopened their doors with a brand new New England Coast style. Boasting a modern look, the renovations have already begun attracting droves of hungry diners. Despite discarding their bucket-o-chum theme, the menu remains packed full of delicious fish dishes.

In 2009, national seafood chain Red Lobster began remodeling its restaurants and menus, "in a style inspired by the New England coast." This fall it completed renovation on all of its eight locations in the greater St. Louis area, and on Monday, October 15, it debuted its new menus, which it describes as, "the most comprehensive menu transformation in the brand's history," in restaurants across the country.

Career fans of Red Lobster's complimentary "Cheddar Bay Biscuits," Gut Check headed to the Red Lobster-Concord (5733 South Lindbergh Boulevard, Concord; 314-487-7744) in south county to behold the metamorphosis.


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