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The Crab Pot conjures images of tourists wearing bibs while diving into a pile of finger food from the Sea Feast, but the menu at this landmark on Pier 57 goes deep. Appetizers are a mix of surf and turf: fried mozzarella sticks and hot wings, along with popcorn shrimp, calamari, oysters on the half shell, crab cakes, steamed clams or mussels, King crab cocktail, and clam chowder. Mains include all manner of fish and chips, burgers, and entree-size salads. Grilled fish offerings vary, but market options might include halibut, sea bass, farm-raised salmon, Hawaiian mahi mahi, swordfish, ahi, and ono. All belt-busting meals come with a choice of fries, red potatoes, rice or corn on the cob, veggies and a loaf of sourdough bread. There's waterfront outdoor dining when the weather allows.
This has to be my all time favorite restaurant if you want fun and family/group dining. You have to order the feasts. Stay away from the regular dinners - not because they're bad. But the feasts are buckets of food thrown out on your table. You're given a mallet, a crab cracker, a bib, and a roll of paper towels. Then, you go to town.
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