The Crab Pot Restaurant & Bar, Long Beach

3.5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews

215 Marina Drive (562) 430-0272

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    The Crab Pot: Directions & Menu

    by meetings Updated Mar 2, 2003

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    Dinner will consist of: snow crab legs; king crab legs; clams; mussels; oysters; shrimp; andoule sausage; red potatoes; corn on the cob; and sourdough bread.

    Please bring $25 in cash per person which includes the cost of dinner, limited wine & champagne, and the gratuity. Additional cocktails can be purchased at the bar.

    Please let me know by email if you don't eat seafood and need to order another selection.

    Favorite Dish: From the 405 S. - Exit Studebaker Rd. Go RIGHT. Take Studebaker to Westminister-turn RIGHT. Westminster becomes 2nd as you cross Pacific Coast Hwy. Turn LEFT on Marina(the first light after PCH) and follow to the Crab Pot.

    405 North or 605 South - Take the West 22 (AKA 7th St.) exits. The next street will be Studebaker. Go left on Studebaker and then follow the same directions above.

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    Crab Pot: Great food

    by TinKan Updated Nov 2, 2003

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    Crab Pot

    This was a very good place to watch the sunset and have some good crab and shrimp.

    The outside area had plenty of heaters so you can sit outside and watch all of the boats and the sun sink into the sea.

    Favorite Dish: The crabs were very good but the Sourdough bread was the best.

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    The Crab Pot Restaurant & Bar: Just Dump The Food On The Table!

    by lmkluque Updated Jan 8, 2013

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    A Feast Before Me

    Patio dining, a view across the marina, a beautiful sunset and the best of company is the key to a wonderful time here. The big surprise, to see buckets of food dumped on the table for us to sort through and serve on our plates. Yes, they did give us plates.

    Favorite Dish: I'm not sure what other items are offered here, but I was very satisfied with the buckets of crab, shrimp, clams, mussels, potatoes and corn on the cob dumped before me, and the great choice of wine Jenn supplied. The meal couldn't have been better in any way. Then to top it off we were treated to a beautifully decorated and delicious cake made by Jenn.

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    CRAB POT: A hands-on dining experience

    by jenn_d Updated Sep 5, 2002

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    The Crab Pot offers a full contact dining experience. Order a FEST and watch as the waiter dumps a bowl full of fresh crab legs, oysters, clams, shrimp, potatoes, sausage and fish skewers in the center of the table. You are given a mallot and a bowl to discard the shells in. Primal Fun!!

    Favorite Dish: Be sure to order a Blue Sapphire Martini

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  • The Crab Pot restraunt and bar: Don't buy fish and chips

    by Colealan Written Aug 31, 2013

    I ordered the halibut fish and chips and a cup of chowder . I am a fisherman the Halibut fish and chips were cod and very mushy cod at that,and the chowder did not have any clams . I spent $30.00 for this and felt totally ripped
    Off . The fish and chips were
    Ready In 5 min after ordering . Wow totally disappointed and will never eat their again .Obvious the cook made a mistake from another order and pawned it off to me !

    Favorite Dish: The draft beer was ok but $4.50 ? Really

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    The Crab Pot Restaurant & Bar: Home of the famous "Seafest"

    by BLewJay Updated Jul 20, 2003
    Where's the mallet???

    We had planned this meeting for over a month...I mentioned to jenn_d that LJ and I would be passing through Long Beach on our way to Maui. She said, "Let's have a party!!!"...so we did. The Crab Pot is an excellent place to have a meeting, as we sat outside on the patio looking at the marina and the sunset.

    Favorite Dish: For starters, we had sourdough bread and butter along with wine and champagne. For dinner, how about a "Seafest" for you and many of your close VT friends. Jenn did a magnificent job of putting together this VT Meeting...our meal included steamed clams, mussels, shrimp in the shell, andouille sausage, snow crab, corn on the cob and red potatoes in their jackets along with wine and champagne. For dessert, Jenn created a beautiful and delicious cake, which we devoured with wine and champagne. Do you see a theme here...lol...the price of our meal included the entree, drinks, tip and tax.

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