Red Lobster Introduces New Cheddar Bay Shrimp


In celebration of the 2022 Holiday Season, Red Lobster is welcoming back their popular Create Your Own Feast featuring new Cheddar Bay Shrimp alongside three new festive cocktails.

Touted as one of the most epic shrimp preparations to ever hit the menu, Cheddar Bay Shrimp consists of sweet, succulent shrimp dipped in the brand’s signature Cheddar Bay Biscuit batter and fried until crispy and fried until crispy and golden brown.

If you want to try the new Cheddar Bay Shrimp, you can find it on the Red Lobster menu as one of the shrimp selections of the returning Create Your Own Ultimate Feast. Each Create Your Own Ultimate Feast features four of ten new and classic preparations, including two premium selections and two shrimp selections, plus your choice of two sides. And, of course, each meal also comes with unlimited Cheddar Bay Biscuits.

Additionally, and as mentioned above, participating locations are also introducing three new festive cocktails, including Snowglobe Sangria, Fireside Martini and Cran-Apple Smash.

  • Snowglobe Sangria: A blend of Barefoot Moscato, St Germain Elderflower liqueur, white cranberry juice, and edible shimmer, topped with cranberries and a splash of Sierra Mist.
  • Fireside Martini: A mix of Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Baileys Irish Cream, and Disaronno Amaretto, served on the rocks with a cinnamon stick garnish.
  • Cran-Apple Smash: The crisp apple and caramel flavors of Crown Royal Apple Whisky mixed with cranberry juice and topped with a cinnamon stick and cranberries.

New holiday drinks and Cheddar Bay Shrimp can be found at participating Red Lobster locations nationwide for a limited time.

Cheddar Bay Shrimp Nutrition Facts

  • 600 calories
  • 460 calories from fat
  • 52 grams of fat
  • 7 grams of saturated fat
  • 910 milligrams of sodium
  • 25 grams of carbs
  • 2 grams of sugar
  • 11 grams of protein


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