Al Biernat’s Invites Dallasites to “Shellebrate” National Lobster Day

Sunday, September 25, marks National Lobster Day, and Dallasites can celebrate the SEA-son at the iconic steakhouse Al Biernat’s with a decadent Lobster Thermidor feature dish. If you are a seafood connoisseur, this gastronomic entrée dish should be at the top of your list.

Available at both the Al Biernat’s North and Oak Lawn locations, this lavish dish is a French classic, consisting of a Maine lobster which is cooked and shelled with crabmeat and shrimp. The meat is tossed in a creamy Dijon parmesan bechamel sauce, topped with breadcrumbs and parsley, and cooked to perfection in the oven. The Lobster Thermidor is available in 1.5-pound and 3.5-pound servings for $75 and $165, respectively, making it perfect for sharing – or not, if you’re feeling “shellfish.”

“While Al Biernat’s is known primarily as a steakhouse, we also offer an amazing selection of the finest seafood,” said Brad Fuller, Director of Operations at Al Biernat’s. “The Lobster Thermidor is a classic, elaborate dish that is perfect for marking the occasion for National Lobster Day.”

Al Biernat’s signature Lobster Thermidor makes for the staple dish to satisfy all your lobster cravings. Round out the meal and make it a surf-and-turf evening by coupling the dish with one of the restaurant’s famous entrée cuts of beef, like the Filet Mignon, Wagyu Angus New York Strip, or Prime Cowboy Ribeye.

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