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Eddie Merlot's Lobster Madness

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Banish winter woes and celebrate the arrival of spring with the return of Chicagoland Eddie Merlot’s Lobster Madness event. The premier steakhouse, known for its exceptional prime-aged beef, fresh seafood, and an extensive collection of wines; invites diners to enjoy a number of specialty seafood menu options, available for a limited time during the months of March and April.

Concepted by Executive Chef Anthony Dee, the Lobster Madness menu features a number of indulgent offerings, including Lobster with Pappardelle Pasta ($26) in a buttery cream sauce, housemade Lobster Bisque ($8), and individual servings of the Eddie Merlot’s signature Lobster Macaroni & Cheese ($12).

“Lobster Madness is one of our favorite events of the year,” says Dee. “To our guests and our culinary team, it signifies the beginning of spring and return of seasonal dishes that incorporate fresh produce and ingredients.”

The Lobster Madness celebration goes into overdrive every Friday with Eddie Merlot’s twin lobster special, when guests can enjoy two 1.25 pound lobsters for $39.95. The weekly special will be offered from March 8 through April 18.

With a reputation for memorable service and exceptional USDA Prime aged steaks, Eddie Merlot’s offers a modern steakhouse experience utilizing from-scratch processes and hand-cut beef. The 9-unit Midwestern brand, founded in 2001 by President Bill Humphries, includes three Chicagoland locations in Burr Ridge (201 Bridewell Dr., Burr Ridge, IL; 630.468.2098), Lincolnshire (185 N. Milwaukee Ave., Lincolnshire, IL; 847.276.2000) and Warrenville (28254 Diehl Rd., Warrenville, IL; 630.393.1900). For additional information on each location, or to make reservations, please visit www.eddiemerlots.com.

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