You’re in luck if the drool-worthy combination of cheese and carbs sounds like the best way to ring in Valentine’s day this year, thanks to Red Lobster. The Florida-based chain is giving its customers a reason to nix the chocolates, because Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits for Valentine’s Day 2020 are arguably the tastiest way to show bae, your BFF, or even yourself how much you care. In honor of the holiday, the restaurant’s cult-favorite biscuits come in a heart-shaped box inscribed with a quote from Friends, and it’s maybe the most romantic thing I’ve ever seen.
Starting on Monday, Feb. 10, Red Lobster is coming for its savory-loving customers by giving its cheesy biscuits a Valentine’s Day-ready makeover. While the holiday of love is still over a week away, you can get into the treat yo’ self spirit of the day by either heading online and ordering a half-order of Cheddar Bay Biscuits and adding a heart-shaped box for just $1 or purchasing them online and picking them up at brick and mortar locations.
As a personalized touch, you can make the red heart-shaped box — which comes with the Friends quote “You’re my Lobster" and a design of a white bow — extra special by writing your name and the recipient’s name on the "To" and "From" lines. No judgment if you’re both the giver and the recipient, because you can get these bad boys delivered right to your door if you choose. These limited-edition boxes are available while supplies last, so I wouldn’t recommend waiting until Feb. 14 to try them out.
Speaking of Cheddar Bay Biscuits, you can also get the cheesy treat with a side of your lobster dish of choice, thanks to the fact that Lobsterfest is heading back to the chain. Starting at $19.99, the Lobsterfest menu comes with custom-made shellfish as well as new dishes like Lobster and Chips or Lobsterfest Surf and Turf.
Again, all of these tasty options come with unlimited Cheddar Bay Biscuits, so it’s safe to say that you can keep the treat yo’ self attitude of Valentine’s Day going all month long.
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