PRESS RELEASE

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The Lobster Pot Bistro is re-branding itself as WINDJAMMERS RESTAURANT.  The Lobster Pot has been a 41 year old Tampa Bay Area favorite with memorable history among locals and visitors.

Clearwater Beach has become a family friendly destination and our local guests are demanding a more resort casual environment. The restaurant is rebranding itself to better fit the needs of the current business demographic.

The restaurant will focus the remaining days of November around the Lobster Pot Brand with a host of closing events:

Limited to 100 diners.

Cost is $75 and guests will receive Lobster Pot branded merchandise

  • Tampa Bay’s Best Jazz Winds It Up:

November 27th at 8:30 pm – Wayne Levy will host a “musicians jazz jam”  – Bay area musicians       are invited to sit in and let the music take over the night.

  • November 28th at 7:30 pm -Under the direction of Bassist Tim George, he presents Janelle Sadler (previously with Natalie Cole) and Robin Swensen (Pianist with Frankie Valli).
  • Daily thru the end of November: Chef Dining 30% off all entrees until 7pm with Happy Hour Prices thru the end of November

Customers who bought gift cards to the Lobster Pot will be able to utilize them at Windjammers Restaurant.

We will be adding some new menu items to lunch and dinner menus along with late night dining.

The restaurant will close on November 30th for about a week to perform a few construction projects.  It will re-open in time to accomodate Holiday parties.

 

Charity Works & 4th Anniversary of Lobster Pot Bistro

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Lobster Pot Wins Tampa Bay’s “Best Lobster”

July 17, 2012

Best of Tampa Bay 2012 - Best Lobster

The Lobster Pot never fails to rise to the occasion to delight Tampa Bay residents. Recently owner, Fran Bartlett, was handed the coveted award for Tampa Bay’s “Best Lobster” for her new Clearwater location. Patrons can experience this award winning lobster at both locations. “We try very hard to keep the bar raised,” says Bartlett “awards like this just push us to be better”. The Lobster Pot is no stranger to the awards podium. They also recently won “Best Chef” for the March of Dimes Annual Benefit, where some of the area’s best chef’s compete for the “black coat” award.