SEBASTIAN – The Crab Stop in Sebastian, Florida, has a great menu and met all high expectations during our visit Wednesday as we ordered some appetizers, drinks, and the dinners. When we first reported that the Crab Stop was coming to Sebastian, we were excited. This town needed another restaurant that specializes in crab and seafood.
The Crab Stop conducted their soft opening last month, the responses from people have been mixed, but mostly good. We wanted to find out for ourselves, so we asked a group of friends to go with us. We always conduct our reviews with a large group to get a perspective.
On Wednesday, we took a group of 15 people to Crab Stop. The owner, not knowing we were showing up, greeted us at the door and made room for all of us to dine together. The owner’s name is Ellis Buckner, and we later met his wife Brandy. Their hospitality was greatly appreciated.
The Crab Stop Sebastian menu contains a lot of seafood favorites that are reasonably priced. Ellis made sure to speak to all of the patrons, going table to table, asking about the food and service. We didn’t hear anyone complaining.
We enjoyed the selection of drinks and beers on tap. The drinks and food prices were equivalent to their competitors. One person at our table said Crab Stop increased the number of beer selections since his last visit. Their Happy Hour runs until 6 p.m.
We started with our appetizers: crab cakes, chicken wings, and clam chowder. Our party of fifteen loved the appetizers. There were times the service was slow during drink orders, but it improved quickly. The food came out fast.
For the meal, we ordered the Snow Snack Pack from the menu, which came with a cluster of snow crab legs, three jumbo shrimp, sausage slices, a hard-boiled egg, and a 1/2 pound of red potatoes. The meal was served in a large bowl, with garlic butter on the bottom. It was mouthwatering.
For the crab cakes, they removed all the meat from each crab to make the cake. Then, they stuffed it back into the shell.
When eating the crab legs, you don’t need a crab meat extractor or tool to get the meat. All you had to do was break the legs in half, then squeeze the meat out.
Everyone at our large table enjoyed their food at the Crab Stop. The view on the water is breathtaking, and it’s a great Happy Hour spot for those looking for drink specials.
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