This is a great place to have sea food meal specially Lobster.The place is always crowded and there is a wait for about 30 minutes.
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We visited here for some late night dinner whilst in NYC and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The food was great and in very generous portions, the staff friendly and the location was perfect. Would definitely go back when in the city again.
This place was on my to do list when I visited NYC. I've tasted lobster-of course- and I loved it. But I've also visited Belmar, which is a place on the shore of New Jersey and I had really good lobster there. It was also...More
On 03/24/2018, Saturday night, we entered the Red lobster (5 Times square) and asked the host for a table facing the street. She said we had to wait longer and we told her no problem we will wait. After only 10 minutes she gave us...More
Red Lobster is a restaurant chain for seafood. Located close to Times Square and Penn Station it is a good choice before getting on a train. One of the Specials is 'Dueling Lobster Tails' 2 Maine Lobster tails; One is steamed in parchment with fresh...More
I normally don’t like eating around Times Square but I fancies a Red Lobster and this was the only one in Manhattan. We didn’t book in, but only had to wait 10min for a table on a Thur night which I didn’t think was too...More
Visited with family during lunch hour. The atmosphere was nice and clean. The staff were nice and friendly. The prices were fair not too expensive, Value for money. The food was fresh and portion was fair. They have offer meals from Monday through Thursday. We...More
I dined here on 3/26 and was at table 24 served by "Jason G." It has been a VERY long time since I have had the excellent level of service that was provided to me by Jason at any restaurant, anywhere. He was on it...More
Unfortunately this place is not only a tourist trap but a poor place to eat food. I’m an open minded New Yorker and came here after a concert with a friend. The location and decor are nice, very presentable. However, they were out of French...More