The popular Red Lobster Crabfest returns for a limited time, with the largest variety of crab dishes ever offered. That’s the good news. The bad news is that no prices are published anywhere, including on the company’s own dedicated Crabfest website page.
So you’ll just have to wait to find out until you are seated at your table, and trust them that it’s a meal deal worth the money.
Also, there’s no word on how long this limited promotion will last. An executive with the company told me they don’t announce that ‘for competitive reasons’.
Or, you could head for one of the many locally owned and non-chain lobster restaurants in New York City, where you’ll catch great prices, great service, and know before you sit down what you’ll be paying.
The Red Lobster Crabfest includes four types of wild-caught crab, new crab preparations and new seafood combinations:
- Alaska Bairdi Crab Legs Dinner – a generous portion of premium, wild-caught Alaska Bairdi crab legs, served with a full ear of Chesapeake-grilled corn on the cob.
- Crab Lover’s Dream™ – features wild-caught North American snow crab legs and king crab legs, paired with Red Lobster’s signature crab linguini Alfredo.
- Jumbo Lump Crab Cake Dinner – three premium lump crab cakes featuring blue crab, paired with Meyer lemon aioli.
- Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes & Crab-Topped Salmon dish or simply grilled on Red Lobster’s wood-fire grill.
Alaska Sockeye and Coho salmon, fresh from the waters of Bristol Bay, Sandy Point and Prince William Sound in Alaska, complement the Crabfest menu.
Look for the Alaska Seafood logo on Red Lobster’s menus next to the wild-caught Alaska crab and salmon options. This logo affirms Red Lobster’s long-standing support of sustainable fisheries and its commitment to protecting Alaska’s superior seafood for future generations while maintaining sustainable fishing practices and seafood quality assurance.