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Red Lobster - Columbus - Whittlesey Blvd.
Red Lobster - Columbus - Whittlesey Blvd.
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Seafood | Columbus, Columbus

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

TGI FRIDAYS - Columbus
TGI FRIDAYS - Columbus
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American | Columbus, Columbus

Everything was wonderful with the exception of their being no actual reservation even though we reserved online through this website. Thankfully the wait was less than 10 minutes for a table. More

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Red Lobster - Columbus - 13th St.
Red Lobster - Columbus - 13th St.
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Seafood | Columbus, Columbus

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

Discover Columbus

You can always count on a traditional meat-and-three to blow your mind, and nobody does it better than Columbus’ native cooks. Platters groan under the weight of fried catfish, meatloaf or pork ribs with sweet-and-sticky sauce. You haven’t lived until you’ve tried eggs benedict with fried green tomatoes. However, the city has some diverse newcomers, including internationally known competitive chefs and Level II sommeliers. Who knew that Southerners would be clamoring to try daeji bulgogi or curried goat with makhani sauce? Whether you order an old standby or something less conventional, your food is bound to be fresh. Farm-to-table food isn’t a movement here; it has long been a way of life. Even Prince Charles has enjoyed Columbus’ iconic scrambled dog, but he’s probably the only visitor who’s ever had it served on a silver platter.

Discover Columbus

You can always count on a traditional meat-and-three to blow your mind, and nobody does it better than Columbus’ native cooks. Platters groan under the weight of fried catfish, meatloaf or pork ribs with sweet-and-sticky sauce. You haven’t lived until you’ve tried eggs benedict with fried green tomatoes. However, the city has some diverse newcomers, including internationally known competitive chefs and Level II sommeliers. Who knew that Southerners would be clamoring to try daeji bulgogi or curried goat with makhani sauce? Whether you order an old standby or something less conventional, your food is bound to be fresh. Farm-to-table food isn’t a movement here; it has long been a way of life. Even Prince Charles has enjoyed Columbus’ iconic scrambled dog, but he’s probably the only visitor who’s ever had it served on a silver platter.