A charming, airy, kitschy-in-all-the-right-ways space with a menu that sticks to what it knows best: crab and other crustaceans. The crab roll’s garnered a cult following thanks to its hefty helping of crab meat on a perfectly squishy roll finished with garlic butter. Get it. We're also big fans of the “Clobster Roll” that’s half crab and half lobster, and the cornbread, which is lathered in enough honey butter where we're pretty sure they could sell it as dessert. Make sure to grab a lemonade spiked with your choice of liquor too.
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