Dig in to a seafood extravaganza
By Camille Sperrazza
It’s great to have a new
seafood restaurant in
Red Crab – which opened its original location
addition to the borough.
and wood planks. There’s a balcony above, and
although it does not contain tables, the railing
contributes to the feeling of being inside a ship.
Televisions surround the walls – I counted at least
seven in the large dining area where booths and
latter was battered and fried, with an abundant of
rings that were very tender.
Chicken wings are offered with a variety of
sauces – including a tasty barbecue and a light
garlic butter, or the “juicy special,” the restaurant’s own
and the server delivers the delicious results to your
are transferred to a serving bowl. Plastic gloves are
provided so you can literally dig in, peeling shells and
breaking into those crab legs with the gusto a dish
like this deserves. Keep your plate clean by depositing
the seafood, for a variety of flavors. Each visit can
be a new experience.
For those who prefer less adventurous eating,
chowder and salads such as avocado, chicken,
There are daily specials, too.
Red Crab Seafood 1724 Sheepshead Bay between
Voorhies Avenue and Shore Parkway in Sheepshead
Bay, (718) 648-1927, www.RedCrabSeafood.com.
Open Sundays – Thursdays, 1 pm – 11 pm, and
Fridays – Saturdays, 1 pm – midnight.
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