Red Lobster Unveils New Bar Harbor Restaurant Design

Red Lobster Unveils New Bar Harbor Restaurant Design

Red Lobster Unveils New Bar Harbor Restaurant Design

In an inspirational campaign to bring the old to the new, Red Lobster has announced a groundbreaking make over of it’s 700 plus restaurants around the U.S..  Giving tribute to the traditional design of the lobster houses of Bar Harbor, Maine, Red Lobster has it’s talented designers doing the biggest remake of the popular seafood chain in history.

Chosen by millions of seafood lovers for decades, Red Lobster is still a top spot for these traditional dishes.  Bar Harbor, Maine is legendary as the spot to get the freshest and most tasty lobsters in the world and the romantic aura of that seaside location brings to mind the era of hearty fishermen who braved the north eastern sea to bring to the table the succulent lobster.

Red Lobster is committed to the best in seafood and it’s decades of service and dedicated fans shows that such service is well deserved.  Imagine dining in an atmosphere of authenticity as though you’ve ventured to the historic coasts of Maine.  The fresh salty air of the ocean, the aroma of drawn butter wafting through the air as you enjoy the taste of lobster, clams, oysters and the like in a setting akin to the days of old. 

It’s going to be a dining fest that you and your family, friends, business acquaintances will thrill at and remember for years to come.  The homey atmosphere will sink into your memory as will the delicious array of dishes that has made Red Lobster a household name.

This move by Red Lobster comes from their 2005 query of their customers who associated the finest dining with the ambiance of classic Maine.  From the shingled roofs to the chairs, nautical flag pole, they look to be done with all their restaurant renovations by 2014.


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