Angie’s Lobster, the fast-growing seafood concept found through Phoenix, has announced a new location coming to Chandler at 4989 W Ray Rd.
The company’s newest location will replace Wells Fargo Bank on the southeast corner of Ray and Rural Road, according to a recent Facebook post. This location will feature interior seating and is expected to open by the end of the year. Angie’s Lobster is planning to open its sixth location on Gilbert and Queen Creek in Chandler is scheduled to open in mid-September, followed by a new site at the corner of Glendale and 83rd Avenue, opening in late 2023 or early 2024.
“We are thrilled to announce that this location will even have interior seating,” according to the announcement post. “We’ve been offering interior seating at our Tempe location on Baseline & Hardy, and it has been working great. With the successful test in Tempe, we have decided to incorporate interior seating when the size of the building/pad permits! With Ray and Rural being a building conversion, we are hoping to get it open by the end of the year. Our 6th location on Gilbert and Queen Creek will be opening in the coming weeks.”
When the company’s newest location opens later this year, customers can expect delicious lobster meals at an affordable price. The restaurant offers $8.50 Lobster Rolls and Fried Lobster Sandwiches, $9.99 Lobster Meals, and $3.99 Breakfast Meals at all locations. These affordable prices are made possible by purchasing lobster straight from the boats from their wharf in Maine, where they process the lobster in their facility. Not only does the company serve delicious, affordable food, but it also donates to local non-profits and crisis centers. The company also has an Angie’s House in every community it has a location in, where they will take people in need and give them short-term shelter and food.
“My mother, Angie, had a huge heart,” according to the company’s website. “She would want us to help others when they need help and to give back more as we make more money. Our team has been honored to have already spent hundreds of hours working side-by-side with many local non-profits and crisis centers. We were also able to donate our house-made beverages to local organizations like St. Vincent de Paul and the Hemp Legacy Foundation, serving over 50,000 people.”