The Crab Shack is a restaurant that was founded by Jack and Belinda Flanigan in Tybee Island, Ga. The restaurant s menu includes shrimp, oysters, ... More
The Crab Shack
The Crab Shack is a restaurant that was founded by Jack and Belinda Flanigan in Tybee Island, Ga. The restaurant s menu includes shrimp, oysters, sausage and crabs. It serves coleslaw, hot dogs, barbecue ribs, cheese pizzas and scallops. The restaurant features various types of wines, including chardonnay, zinfandel, merlot, pinot grigio, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir and Shiraz. It also serves a selection of beer, martinis and cocktails. The restaurant s dessert menu includes cakes, pies and ice cream. It offers banquet facilities that can accommodate up to 500 guests. In addition, The Crab Shack offers T-shirts in several colors and sizes.
This is one of my favorite restaurants!!! The atmosphere is awesome, it reminds of somewhere Jimmy Buffet would love to eat!! I love the peel and eat shrimp, the idea of the trash can under your table is perfect and you never have to ask for napkins because they leave a roll of paper towels on the table. It is like the perfect picnic by the water!!! The margarita's and Key Lime Pie are to die for!! I can't wait to visit Savannah and Tybee again just to eat at the Crab Shack!! Rachael Ray was 100% correct, this place rocks!!!!
Horrible! We should have turned and ran when the hostess asked if we were planning on ordering anything fried. When we said no, she said “good, don’t,” then proceeded to say “Good luck with Crab Shack.” We figured she was just a disgruntled employee.
Styrofoam cups, paper plates, trash cans under the tables, stray cats running around, and a floor that felt like it was going to give at anytime made for a rotten atmosphere. The food was mediocre at best, with non-devained in-shell shrimp. Prices were about $15-$20 per plate, which wouldn’t be bad in a decent restaurant, but this was not it.
The baby alligators upfront were cool, but that was it. I would highly recommend someone go to see and feed the gators, but don’t eat there. The hostess was right.
Six adults drove 30 minutes from Savannah on advice we would get some great crab cakes at Crab Shack. Not so. We got stuffed crab which was not very good at all and slaw and low country potatoes all for $12. I ordered a pina colada for $5 which was served in a plastic cup. We ate off plastic plates with plastic forks and knives and paper towels. The food was cold before you could finish it. And there wasn't a lot to finish.
We liked the decor and the alligators.
The location calls for great sea food. What a disappointment. Too much money for very poor food. I would not go back.
My experience was not that good. Prices were high and groups were charged an 18% gratuity...that is hard to figure when people bus their own tables...Plastic silverware, brown paper towel rolls...stryrofoam plates...no refills on water...food was not that great!!
My first time at the Crab Shack was a Mothers Day treat when I visited my son. I returned in
aug. of 2007 and The Crab Shack was a must on my list. I wanted my daughter to experience the seafood special with all the different seafoods.We throughly enjoyed our time,even when it was so hot.
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