Bubba Gump Shrimp Co Lunch at Chicago’s Navy Pier

Quick Break from RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) meeting for Lunch at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co location at Navy Pier, Chicago. This is a fun restaurant location with the Forest Gump movie theme with Forests and Lt Dan’s Shrimp business as the inner theme. All kinds of Shrimp – we love the place and the food.

I had the crab stuff shrimp. I could not finish it – so had some for a late night snack afterward!!!
Walking out Navy Pier after a wonderful Lunch!

12 responses to “Bubba Gump Shrimp Co Lunch at Chicago’s Navy Pier”

  1. I think I’ve seen one of these restaurants in New York.

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    1. Yeah, they are in different locations, all over the world. Not the best food, a lot of it is fried but if you love shrimp there is a lot of that.

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      1. Fried shrimp? What’s not to like?

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  2. We went to one in San Francisco! Looks like a fun lunch break!

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    1. It was! Back home and recovering from so much fun and catching up on work, posting more soon.

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  3. We have one in San Francisco on the pier. I had ordered a giant bucket of clams, shrimps and crab legs.

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    1. Wow, I did not see that on the menu, but sounds really delicious!

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  4. I’ve seen a couple of these out here (SoCal), most notably at Universal City Walk. I don’t eat seafood but I think I had drinks there before a concert or AGT taping.

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    1. Yeah, it is filled with things to look at. Fun site, and better with my friends and co workers!

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  5. My husband and I went to a Bubba Gumps in Monterey California a few times over the years and although I’m not particularly fond of chain restaurants, I am with you… we loved this restaurant !

    Susan Grace

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    1. Susan, it’s just fun. Plus shrimp…

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