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Updated on January 8, 2011

If you have never been to one of these seafood and crab restaurants then you do not know what you are missing. In 1991, the first Joe's Crab Shack restaurant opened in Houston, TX and by 1996 they had sold 21 million pounds of crab to the visitors of their restaurants. Just delicious and a whole lot of fun. This chain of beach related seafood themed restaurants brings the people in and sends them home full and happy.

The crab and seafood restaurant has a full menu with their steampots leading the way. You can get a pot that is packed full of steamed crabs and seafood. Some of the steampot titles include the Old Bay Steampot, the Orleans and Joes Classic Steampot. These are pure containers of delicious seafood. You can get crawfish, shrimp, Alaskan snow crab, lobsters, clams, mussels, Dungeness crab and more at Joes Crab Shack.

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      Dorothy Vail 6 years ago

      I was in Celebration Florida and had the pkleasure of dining at Joe's Crabshack. The service and food was great. I am wandering why we don,t have a location here in Connecticut. I would love to see one in my state.

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      thomasbethel30 7 years ago

      when did joes crab shacks servers start dancing the macarena