Seafood QSR chain also participating in No Kid Hungry campaign
Lobster Bites are back at participating Long John Silver’s restaurants for a limited time. This 2021 return will be the first encore since their introduction in 2014. Plus, Long John Silver’s is supporting No Kid Hungry with a special campaign in which it will make a minimum donation of $50,000.
Long John Silver’s offers a few ways for guests to enjoy its wild-caught 100-percent Norway Lobster tail Lobster Bites, including Tail Packs and the Lobster Bites Family Feast, which includes an meal of batter-dipped fish or chicken with two Lobster Bites Tail Packs, family-sized sides and a sizable serving of hushpuppies.
What’s more, for the No Kid Hungry Campaign, customers will receive a pin-up to hang in the restaurant after donating $1 to end childhood hunger in the United States. Just $1 can provide up to 10 healthy meals to a hungry child, said the Louisville, Ky.-based seafood QSR, in an announcement. Customers can donate in-restaurant or online.
“We are very excited to announce the return of the highly requested Lobster Bites at Long John Silver’s,” said Stephanie Mattingly, Long John Silver’s chief marketing officer.
For delivery, DoorDash, UberEATS, Postmates, and GrubHub are fulfilling orders from Long John Silver’s, including its Tail Packs and Lobster Bites Family Feast.
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Correction where can we buy lobster bites in Columbus Ohio, went to Lewis Center and they said they never get things like grilled shrimp, cod or lobster bites. Why not?