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Red Lobster Menu

Red Lobster is the world's largest casual dining seafood restaurant, with nearly 700 locations across North America. Over the years, our brand's passion for fresh, delicious seafood has kept Red Lobster evolving. We introduced an award-winning Today's Fresh Fish Menu, installed wood-fire grills in every restaurant in North America, trained staff to become seafood experts and most recently launched a new restaurant design, inspired by the New England coast. In 2009, Red Lobster was rated #1 Best Seafood among chain restaurants by Zagat and Best Sit-Down Chain Restaurant in America by Men's Health magazine.
       

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Kids LiveWell Items

Healthy Dining's team of registered dietitians, in collaboration with the National Restaurant Association, is working with restaurants nationwide to offer you a selection of Kids LiveWell menu choices. The Kids LiveWell choices emphasize lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy, as well as meet stringent nutritional criteria.

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