Red Lobster - Denver
Doesn’t matter if you make a reservation through Open Table, you still have to wait the normal wait time. Hopefully you’re not skipped like they skipped us. Just walk-in.
Very clean restaurant great great service
Birthday dinner and service was slow and food was barely warm when it got to our table. Server not attentive and we seemed to wait longer than usual for each course.
Many years ago, when General Mills owned this chain, my employer had trade and as a result, I'd have to go often. Back then, almost everything was fried and I stopped going as soon as I could. Now, it bares no resemblance to that menu and is actually tasty and far healthier. That said, in a city like Denver there are many other seafood choices, from upscale chains to local operations. Red Lobster would certainly be a choice for me if I were in a place I didn't know but in Denver it is just one of the possibilities. Still, that's much improved over what I once felt about them.
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I am not a Red Lobster regular, but we wanted some fish and something "easy" and close to where we were staying. This particular place had a really nice interior feel. We had lovely service. We are not huge eaters and the large plate offerings did not appeal. I selected grilled cod with olive oil and lemon and it was excellently prepared. Beautiful. The grilled asparagus and green beans were al dente and addictive. Wonderful. My partner had grilled shrimp and love his dish too. I would go to Red Lobster again anywhere.
We had a good experience overall. Some improvements: quality of wines in the wine list and the waiter did not offer water at the beginning.