After church on Sunday is a very tricky time. The kiddies are tired and worn out from the weekend and need food as soon as humanly possible. So we always sprint to the nearest brunch spot and hope for speedy service. Today we ended up at Red Lobster.
I have been to Red Lobster maybe three times in my life. It always seemed like an expensive anniversary favorite with mood lighting and fancy flags. But since I scored a gift card with a wicked discount, I figured it was worth another shot.
Our experience was so memorable that I feel compelled to share with you exactly how to have an entertaining meal with two toddlers at a fancy seafood joint:
Prices pretty much stink for the quality and quantity of food served. We made out with a bowl of clam chowder, two entrees, one kid's meal, a side of broccoli and dessert for $41, including tip. We did, however, get a great deal on the gift card and I was pleased to be able to leave a tip from the remaining balance of the card. Absolutely not worth the price for the food, but beyond a great deal for the entertainment. We'll be back next week for sure.