Without a visit to The Crab Shack. It is hard to find, and you will most likely do a couple of turn arounds, but it is well worth the effort. We happened to go on the night the Pirate Ball was going on and it was a hoot. Everyone, except us ( a bit awkward, but no one minded) were dressed as pirates. The food that night was buffet style, but we had eaten there before and the crab legs were excellent. The hostesses are fabulous and are ready to serve quickly and cheerily. The atmosphere is what really puts this over the top. Open air dining on the deck with wooden tables with holes in the middle for you to toss your shells. My wife loved the fat cats that roamed around looking for scraps. They were not annoying and obviously well fed. Go in the early evening to enjoy the sunset and the twinkling lights in the trees.
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