Red Lobster Headquarters

Red Lobster Headquarters Contacts.

Corporate office contacts for Red Lobster Restaurants, including phone numbers, mail address, email, complaints and Executive Team.

Red Lobster Hospitality LLC is owned by Golden Gate Capital, the Red Lobster’s parent company, since it was acquired from Darden Restaurants in 2014.

Red Lobster announced their new Corporate Office Headquarters location in CNL Center City Commons in Orlando, as well as the Restaurant Support Center.

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Red Lobster Corporation Headquarters Phone Number and Contacts.

Company Website
Red Lobster Corporate Address
P.O. Box 4969, Orlando,
FL 32801-4969.
Company Contact
Kim Lopdrup – CEO
CEO Red Lobster
Phone Number
(407) 734-9000
Fax Number
(415) 983-2701
Employee Count
Twitter IDs

CFO: Bill Lambert

COO: Darryl Wade

Vice President: Robert Stamm

Red Lobster Hospitality LLC Corporate Office Address.

Red Lobster Headquarters
450 S Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801,

Red Lobster Headquarters Phone Number.

Red lobster’s Corporate Office phone number: (407) 734-9000

Golden Gate Capital – Red lobster – Corporate Office Fax Number: (415) 983-2701

Golden Gate Capital Corporate Office phone number: (415) 983-2700

Red Lobster Customer Service Contacts.

Red Lobster Customer Service Toll-Free Number: (844) 755-3425
Red Lobster General Phone Number: (407) 734-9000
Media Contact: (407) 734-9201

Red Lobster Email Address.

You can email Red Lobster via the Contact page.

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  1. I called in a order at 8:55pm for the Admirals feast which comes with two side items. I asked if I could substitute a salad for one of the side items. I was told that I could substitute the salad for an extra charge. This was fine and I finalized my order. I was then asked if I wanted extra biscuits which were 6 for $2.50. In the many times I have dined inside, the biscuits are always all you want for no extra charge, however, I said yes and had the $3.50 added to my order. She finally finalized my order and asked me to hold a moment. She comes back on the line and said that the restaurant will not accept my order because it was now 9:05pm. I was very frustrated at this point so I hung up and called the number back and asked to speak to a manager. I spoke to the manager on duty named Alex and asked if I could place an order and he said they don’t do orders less than 30 minutes before closing time to which I responded what if I am in the parking lot already which I was since this ordeal had took so long. His response was well I guess but we have closed the kitchen it has been dead slow tonight. At this point I am afraid to order as the quality of my food may be compromised and told him never mind. You would think that some server needed a tip and I’m sure the restaurant has not had usual business in these times as and would be a lot more gracious. My whole extended family (40-50 people) had a Christmas dinner together there but we will definitely be going elsewhere from now on. I am confident in saying that my immediate family will not be dining there again. Word of mouth spreads quickly and I will definitely pass my experience on to my family members, co-workers and peers.

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