If you're living in Florida or even if you're just a hungry visitor, chances are you might be a fan of seafood. And what better place to be than the Sunshine State? Seafoodies are about to be in for a treat, as a new seafood restaurant opened in St. Pete.
Mr. and Mrs. Crab have made their way out of Bikini Bottom and into the Sunshine State, serving up a variety of delicious fish.
From fried bites to boils and even massive bags and platters filled to the brim with crab, lobster, shrimp, and more — there's a lot to love about this spot.
The menu has a ton to choose from too. Build your own platters will sing to the heart of the indecisive seafoodies, while fried fish options will offer a delightfully salty crunch.
But if you're looking to drown yourself in succulent seafood, their massive boil bags are going to be your go-to. With your choice of crab, mussels, shrimp, and sides mixed in and slathered with a Cajun-inspired house sauce — it's so juicy that you'll even need gloves while you dig in.
Those who aren't a fan of seafood won't go hungry though. You can also find chicken wings and tenders, appetizers, soups, salads, and sides that can satisfy your cravings.
According to the restaurant's assistant general manager, Brianna, The St. Pete location is approximately 7,000 square feet and accommodates up to 125 guests; a covered outdoor patio holding about 25 of those spots.*
While the new St. Pete location definitely deserves to be on your foodie bucket list, more locations are also in the works.
The Clearwater location is currently on track for a mid-September opening, while the Sanford location is aiming at mid-October. Dates have yet to be determined for other upcoming locations.*
Mr. and Mrs. Crab
Cuisine: Seafood platters, bags, boils, and more
Address: Newest location just opened at 6798 Crosswinds Dr. N., Saint Petersburg, FL, with more locations already open and in the works across the state.
Why You Need To Go: Get massive bags and platters of juicy seafood from crab to oysters, shrimp, crawfish, and much much more. They even have things for you non-seafood fans on the menu.
*This story has been updated.