Red Lobster welcomes you by offering PRIORITY SEATING to reduce your wait time in the restaurant, so you can spend more time doing the things you love. Or, come enjoy a drink at our bar and a Tasting Plate while you wait. Red Lobster is the world's largest and most loved seafood restaurant company, offering high quality, freshly-prepared seafood, sourced in a way that is traceable, sustainable and responsible. We offer lunch and dinner daily, featuring classics like our Ultimate Feast®, Garlic Shrimp Scampi and Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, and feature limited time flavors and preparations during events like Lobsterfest®, Crabfest® and Endless Shrimp®. And, who can resist our famous warm and cheesy Cheddar Bay Biscuits®? To learn more visit www.redlobster.comMore
Opened on October 7, 2007 and originally named "Lockett's Superstar Cafe." Over the years as Papa Lou became a well known and admired Chef in the community, it was renamed "Papa Lou's Kitchen" to signify his hard work in the kitchen,the housewarming nature of its staff, use of special recipes, and giving customers the genuine feeling of being served a Home Cooked Meal.
Known for its delicious Fried Green Tomatoes, Tender Baked Meats, Crispy Fried Chicken, Sunday Specials menu and its signature Mac n Cheese. Add in Seasoned Veggies, Freshly Baked Cornbread n Biscuits, a Sweet Tea or Lemonade and a Homemade Dessert......you've now just had a delicious, home cooked meal from Papa Lou's Kitchen!More
The sunny little city of Fayetteville has seen significant population growth thanks to the welcoming atmosphere of its diverse community. Welcoming and diverse also aptly describe the dining options. Barbecue and soul food are an easy find, but the city also offers less common fare, such as Polynesian cuisine. If you're craving a tropical flavor profile, then head to Fayetteville's popular Hawaiian restaurant. The jasmine rice and pineapple chicken tacos are especially tasty. A Mexican taqueria also offers big flavor with a twist. Locals love their house queso and guacamole. Even the upscale eateries embrace Southern hospitality with big drinks and reasonable prices.