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Scuttle into Crab City before it closes at the end of the month for a finger-licking seafood feast. You can’t beat the taste of butter-infused lobster, Dungeness crab, king crab, snow crab, blue crab, crawfish or shrimp! Bring the whole family for a seafood picnic experience where you are encouraged to get messy and use…Continue »
Ahoy, matey! There’s plenty of fish in the sea, but Crab City throws down the anchor when it comes to offering a Southern-style seafood boil right here in the Islands. Owner JJ Luangkhot, who also owns JJ Bistro & French Pastry, opened the doors to this seafood establishment on Waialae Avenue this past summer, and…Continue »
One of the joys of following Hawaii’s food trends — besides eating, of course — is to “sea” new restaurant concepts wash ashore. The latest craze, which is sure to reel in the entire family, involves seafood, seafood and more seafood. In fact, according to Crab City owner and chef JJ Luangkhot, it’s a picnic…Continue »
Seafood lovers are making their way to Crab City in droves to feast on the restaurant’s mouth-watering crustaceans marinated in Crab City’s authentic sauces, including lemon garlic butter, Cajun style and garlic butter. So, if it’s lobster, Dungeness crab, king crab, snow crab, prawns or crawfish that you’re craving, feel free to make a mess,…Continue »
Seafood-boiler restaurants have finally made their way to Hawaii, and Crab City is bringing in droves of customers through its doors with fresh catches and friendly service. Dining Out caught up with Paul Martin and Lorren Loo for lunch one afternoon at the newly opened Crab City on Waialae Avenue. The duo ordered Lobster ($15.99),…Continue »
If you’re in the mood for seafood and looking for “reel” deals and one-of-a kind flavors, check out Crab City, located on the corner of 9th Avenue and Waialae Avenue. The eatery — formerly Le Cacao Bistro — recently opened July 20, and has already been gaining a large following, according to JJ Luangkhot, one…Continue »