Do you take reservations?
No we do not take reservations nor do we take call aheads. I know it can be difficult especially in peak season but its a system that keeps our tables full and allows us to make more people happy. You are more than welcome, however to send one person in your party to put your name on the list. Once your name is on the list there is nothing holding you to the property. Feel free to go for a drink go shopping or whatever strikes your fancy. Just be back 20 min or so prior to the time the hostess has given you. Many have got into the habit of stopping by after a day on the beach, putting a name in and going home for a shower before returning. You may also enjoy just sitting outside and having an appetizer and your favorite beverage while you wait. One thing is for certain – it’s worth the wait!
Do you have a liquor license?
Yes we do!! We have recently acquired a full license that we will use at Mud City and and at our new bar/restaurant right next door! Here at the crab-house we serve a limited beer/wine/cocktail menu while the new place will feature a full bar and wine list!
Is your fish fresh/local?
Yes and what ever we can get locally we do! We pride ourselves in using the freshest products possible. Much of the fish we use is sourced locally. Tuna, sword, scallops, clams, monkfish and Mahi Mahi are just some of the great seafood that is available right here in town. If its not local it doesn’t mean it’s not fresh. Modern transportation has made fresh fish from all over the world readily available. Salmon, halibut, grouper and snapper are some of the fish that are regularly flown up and down the coast and as Long as you know what your buying( which I do) can be as beautiful as anything!!
Is your salmon wild or farmed?
This has been a hot topic for years now. Generally we use Atlantic farmed salmon from reliable, sustainable farms. Farms that are stringent in their feeding and penning practices to ensure a healthy environmentally sound product. I plan on diving deep into this subject on the blog so check back on that later. When we do carry wild salmon it will be clearly marked as such.