Upon arriving to Red Lobster with family (2 young children), we were told that using a high chair was discouraged at a booth. One of the children were sleeping so we wanted a booth. There were about 10+ booths open in the restaurant and they chose to sit us one on the corner. After telling the waitress that a booster seat is not going to work for one of the children, she said having a high chair was no problem but asked us to move to a different seat. She was extremely nice and made the experience wonderful. The food was very good and several staff were very friendly. We would definitely return and the price was not bad for the style of the restaurant. Even though the host staff was rude, the rest of the staff was very good.
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