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Joe's Crab Shack

Joe's Crab Shack

Joe's Crab Shack

Joe’s Crab Shack has a new menu for 2018 and an exciting look for its logo. Joe’s Crab Shack is a seafood restaurant chain with nearly 400 locations. The new logo, a stately and taller letter J, is already a hit online; see for yourself!

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It was my first time physically there since it became Storming Crab. The cheesy seafood bread that they bring out is amazing!! Our server Christopher was nice and very knowledgeable about the menu items. He unfortunately was a little sweaty but I think that if he slowed down a little he would be able to wipe his forehead in between tables. The crab and shrimp are what you would normally get in a seafood boil. The seasonings are on point but if you prefer salty bring it with you. I also had the fried okra. The fried okra were definitely on point. The only problem is I ordered medium but I believe I had the hot which one of the other guests ordered but I was all in before it started to burn thats why I only gave them 4 stars!!

The last pair of remaining Joe’s Crab Shack restaurants in Houston — at 2120 S. Hwy. 6, just north of the West Oaks Mall (pictured above), and at 20100 Hwy. 59 in Humble — closed this week, leaving the Seawall location in Galveston as the region’s sole outpost of the seafood chain. Three other Houston-area locations shut down earlier this month, ahead of the chain’s repurchase — approved in bankruptcy court last Thursday — by restaurant and entertainment giant Landry’s. (Source: swamplot.com)

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Joe's Crab Shack offers a variety of favorites from all parts of the sea and shore. From its extensive menu, guests can choose from buckets of seasonal seafood, fried shrimp platters, and fish dishes, as well as options from the "mainland" that include steak, sandwiches, and chicken. Guests can indulge in over-sized and creative cocktails, such as the Shark Bite which is playfully garnished with a shark toy, “paint” a crab dessert or join our staff in a dance contest!

The last pair of remaining Joe’s Crab Shack restaurants in Houston — at 2120 S. Hwy. 6, just north of the West Oaks Mall (pictured above), and at 20100 Hwy. 59 in Humble — closed this week, leaving the Seawall location in Galveston as the region’s sole outpost of the seafood chain. Three other Houston-area locations shut down earlier this month, ahead of the chain’s repurchase — approved in bankruptcy court last Thursday — by restaurant and entertainment giant Landry’s. (Source: swamplot.com)

 

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