Fuhgeddaboudit Food: Crabby Shack

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CROWN HEIGHTS -

The place to go for crab cuisine is in Crown Heights.

The owners of Crabby Shack say they wanted to dedicate a restaurant to crabs after seeing several lobster spots in the area.

The menu offers items such as Alaskan snow crab legs, crab rolls and crab tacos.

Owners say they have created a diverse menu, mixing bold choices with traditional plates.

"They say don't mix cheese with seafood, but our crab macs and our crab grilled cheese are flying off the racks right now," says co-owner Fifi Bell-Clanton.

The restaurant's ordering counter is even shaped like a ship, dubbed the Crown Princess, to give patrons the feeling they are out at sea.

"We wanted you to feel like you were transported from the concrete jungles of Brooklyn and New York and transported to a seaside destination," says Bell-Clanton.

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