This wonderful seafood restaurant – it has the largest lobster tank in the Caribbean – hosts a daily happy hour from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., in honor of the Carnival seasonÂ All drinks are at half prices says owner Roy Leitch, including beer and wine.
The Waterfront Crabhouse has an ambiance that could be Michigan Avenue, Beverly Hills or Upper East Side. The garlic crabs are great, the Alaska king crab wonderful, and the lobster fra diablo is really hot stuff!
Happy Hour at the Waterfront Crabhouse delivers the opportunity to relax with friends, family members or colleagues at the end of the work or vacation day, and who knows the aromas wafting from the kitchen might entice you to stay for dinner.
Try the crusted shrimp baked with a light crust of fine herbs, bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese, and served with marmalade and horseradish sauce. The meal is worth the trip to town.
The restaurant serves breakfast – then lunch and dinner until 10 p.m, sixteen hours of great food and friendly service. You might know the restaurant operators already since they also take care of the Tortuga, at Aruba beach Club and Turtle’s Nest at Costa Linda beach resort, and have for over 20 years worked for the Divi resorts in the Caribbean.