I've loved the taste of fresh fish ever since we used to take summer vacations in northern Michigan in the 1950s and we ate perch and walleye that my father caught in the lake only hours before. Fresh fish. I'm sure that's why I enjoy eating at Red Lobster so much, from Chicago to Sarasota, from Murfreesboro to Grand Island, from Denver to Dalton. The menus are usually the same but the seafood changes from week to week. And it's always fresh...halibut, red snapper, sole, cod, perch, lobster, walleye, tilapia, salmon, flounder. And shrimp, lots of it. They had plenty of it at the Red Lobster location at 4401 North Cumberland Avenue in Norridge. I started with a signature shrimp cocktail--though I must admit it is difficult to pass up New England clam chowder and lobster bisque--and proceeded to Walt's favorite shrimp, batter fried and hand breaded and fried golden crisp. My wife chose a bowl of creamy potato bacon soup with fish and chips, her personal favorite. For dessert, we shared a big slice of key lime pie. I'm encouraged by the fact that I seem to be seeing more and more Red Lobster locations opening up as we travel from place to place. My only regret? There aren't any Red Lobsters in downtown Chicago.