Re:Speaking of The Red Lobster
Just ate there last night, our meals were $14.95 for that special. They give you WAY too much food. After the soup & "salad" (I pick off the tomatoes & cucumbers, dip them in the dressing & give the bowl of iceberg back to them--blech) came a ginormous pasta dish & then a slice of pie. After maybe 5 bites of pasta we had them wrap up the rest & the pie.
The only thing they have going for them is those dang biscuits. And maybe the langostino mashed potatoes.
There was a family of 6 or 7 sitting at a table next to us. The waiter was trying to give them all their waters when a glass SHATTERED. It spooked the waiter, who lost his balance on the tray and DRENCHED this poor woman who was sitting there in ice & water from the other glasses because they tipped when he startled. She had on a yellow tank top & white shorts. At least she got cooled off, but wtf? Then the waiters yelled at us because we walked through their bar. I just said, "There's broken glass the other way, sorry!"
mar, not to put too fine of a point on it, but don't you live in Los Angeles? The City of Angels? It's that city that's...oh, I don't know...what's the word...located next to an...OCEAN???!?!?!?!? Why would anyone who lives in L.A. choose Fred Robster?