Now’s the time to indulge in stone crab claws. Here are four spots that offer all-you-can-eat meals. Just be sure to call ahead to make sure the restaurant has the size you want.
Catfish Deweys (4003 N. Andrews Ave., Oakland Park, 954-566-5333, CatfishDeweys.com) offers medium all-you-can-eat claws for $75 and large for $95, based on availability. The meal also includes cole slaw or salad and unlimited side dishes such as basked potato, sweet potato, collard greens and grits.
Truluck’s (The Galleria, 2584 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-396-5656; Mizner Park, 351 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 561-391-0755; SunTrust Building, 777 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-579-0035, Trulucks.com) offers all-you-can-eat on Mondays only, with each location offering a different version of the meal. In Fort Lauderdale and Miami, it’s $79 per person for large sized claws, soup, salad and unlimited sides. In Boca, medium claws are $69 per person and the meal includes soup, salad and one side.
Billy’s Stone Crab Waterfront Seafood Restaurant & Market (400 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, 954-923-2300, Crabs.com) offers an all-you-can eat meal every night of the week, provided they’ve got the claws you want. Prices range from $88 per person for medium to $138 for colossal-size. The meals include rolls, butter, lemons and mustard sauce. Side dishes, which easily serve four, are priced between $7 and $8 and include hash browns, sweet potato fries and grilled asparagus.
Kitchen 305 (Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort, 16701 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 305-749-2110, Kitchen305Miami.com) does all-you-can-eat stone crab dinners on Friday nights for $55 per person. Here, dinner is accompanied by a live DJ music. The claws are served in batches of five and include a choice of soup, Ceasar salad or house salad. Sides, including herb-roasted red Bliss potatoes and corn on the cob, are also included.
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