Romantic Lobster Dinners & Seafood Gifts

by Charlie ~ February 21st, 2012. Filed under: Lobster Dinners | Print Print

It is that time of year again, Valentine’s Day.  The time when seemingly the whole world is wrapped up in love.  It also means coming up with romantic ways to express what someone means to you.  If the usual dozen roses, jewelry or a box of chocolates doesn’t cut it and you are looking for something different, you have come to the right place!  Close your eyes and picture the most delicious red Maine lobster arranged beautifully on you and your partner’s plates.  What could be more luxurious or decadent on such a day?  Let us show you why a Valentine’s Day dinner, New England style can be just what you are looking for.

Still need a table for Valentine’s Day? Skip the last-minute phone calls —
an effortless romantic dinner is just a few clicks away.  Whether you are here in New England or live all the way on the West Coast, a seafood gift can be shipped right to your front door. Gourmet seafood, expertly prepared using only the freshest quality ingredients is never a bad idea.

Options are plentiful, and whether your preference is surf or turf, you are bound to not forget this year’s Valentine’s Day dinner.  Crisp salads piled high with succulent lobster meat or velvety bisque make for a great first course.  Chowders and scallops are popular items too. Whole lobster, tails, or claws make for an unbeatable entree.  If you prefer filet mignon, go ahead and enjoy.  Perhaps you are feeling a bit adventurous, or you just want to show off your inner chef, order a live lobster. New England has long been haled as the lobster mecca of the world, particularly Maine.  Which ever delectable treats you decide on, you are bound to put a smile on you loved one’s face.  After all, what can possibly beat a Maine lobster dinner? Love is Lobster!

Lowell, Massachusetts, based East Coast Gourmet ships fresh seafood, gourmet lobster dishes, and award-winning chowders and soups coast-to-coast throughout the USA.
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