Fishnet Seafood might be most famous for their Jesus Crab, a Christian interpretation of the delicious “deviled” crab. City Paper writer Jeff Allen claims their deep-fried soft-shell crab has the power to save souls. Fishnet will cook to order any of the fresh fish they have for retail sale — croaker, whiting, porgy, the list goes on — in their deep fryer. There are no seats inside this store/takeout restaurant, so all the food is to-go. Georgetown Seafood supplies Fishnet with their fish, and they buy crabs from a local crabber. Boiled shrimp is also on the menu, and the kitchen has peeled versions in the back to bread and fry.

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Freshly fried seafood and incomparable "Jesus" crabs at a roadside location.

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Hours: Lunch and Dinner, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Closed Sun.
Price: $$

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