Fried crabs

Adam Chandler

Fried crabs

This family-run seafood business in North Charleston got its start as a roadside crab-selling operation. Today, they still have an abundance of crabs pulled fresh from the water (you can check their market prices on Facebook, where we’ve seen them for $7.95 a dozen). They’ll season and cook them right there, too. Fish from croaker and mullet to flounder and red snapper sell for prices that range from $3.99 to $7.99 a pound. The kitchen cooks up clams, catfish, shrimp, and most everything else. If you’ve never had a fried garlic crab, then you need to stop in and get you one. They will have new and upcoming specials and will have a kitchen on wheels this fall.

Restaurant Details

Deviled crabs, fish sandwiches (with bones or without), and the house specialty: fried garlic crabs. Get 'em hot.

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Hours: L&D
Price: $$

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