Shrimp n' Lobster are thrilled to be taking part in the Night of Ideas event at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles. "The theme, "facing our Time" will be exploring challenges around ecological and climate change through the lenses of science, nature and art." Look for Shrimp n' Lobster in the Nature Lab on the ground floor! They will be hosting a Color-It-In Sea Creature workshop as well as a photo booth where you can pose with your salty BFF's, Shrimp n' Lobster! Don't limit your experience to just one area, as much as we love seeing our creative and Eco-conscious friends, be sure to diversify yourselves and experience the beautiful language of French in the booth just next to us! Not to mention there will be a beautiful array of speakers, music and even a vegan fashion show!
Check out the event HERE!
Looks like Shrimp n' Lobster put together two very different bouquets!
A sprig of Myrtle in the bouquet became a royal tradition when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert on February 10, 1840.
Before picking any flowers make sure it's okay to do so in the first place. Otherwise you could get into very big trouble!
For a botanical dream visit Kew gardens! You can explore the largest compilation of vegetation in the world, nearing 8.5 million species. Now that's a bouquet!
Visit kew HERE!
The Washington Monument was completed November 6, 1884, in honor of our first President George Washington. It stands 555 feet tall and was at one point the tallest building in the world! It is still the tallest structor in D.C., due to a law that passed in 1910 preventing new buildings from exceeding its height. Learn about the Washington Monument HERE!
Shrimp n' Lobster are celebrating Spring!
In theme of the new season check out Botticelli's Allegory of Spring, located in the wonderful Uffizzi in Florence Italy. See if you can find cupid! Take a peek HERE.
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