The Crab Shack Tybee Island Reviews
Seafood and Funkyness Apr 04, 2012
At the The Crab Shack on Tybee Island guests are greeted by a alligator standing up with a blue crab dancing in its snout. Well, we already know this beachfront restaurant is out for some fun! There are all sorts of interesting decorations at this place, including the restaurant itself, themed like a grass shack.
We came here for lunch after Fort Pulaski. It's not far off the main road as you enter the island. There is lots of outdoor seating, but we dined indoors. There is a lot to choose from among the shellfish, seafood, and barbecue offerings on the menu. (The cartoon style menu was a little difficult to make out.) I ordered a Deviled Crab Sandwich and a cup of Shack Crab Stew. Both Susan and Drew ordered the Deviled Crab Plate that included coleslaw and French fries. The deviled crab was good, but I probably should have also ordered the plate, as the sandwich serving was not enough. (The sandwich came only with Thousand Island dressing.)
There is tables service, but everything comes on styrofoam or paper with plastic utensils. You bus your own table by throwing refuse down the hole in the center of the table.
After your meal you can visit the live alligators in the gator pond!
Part of the Savannah Sojourn 2012 travel blog
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