No, this picture has absolutely NOTHING to do with shrimp or crab. However, since I am so proud of her, I feel compelled to post pics of her whenever possible!
We found a listing for Joe’s Crab Shack in the hotel directory for nearby dining, and a quick check at Yahoo! Maps gave us directions. It wasn’t too far, and consisted of only a few turns.
Wow, there were so many good things to choose from! If you don’t like shrimp or crab, you probably won’t find anything interesting on their menu. Since both Kim and I like seafood, this was a great place to eat.
Dinner started with these yummy corn bread muffins. Then I ordered Bayou Shrimp, and Kim ordered grilled shrimp and snow crab. Watching her eat the legs was highly entertaining. She had bits of food stuck to her face for most of the meal. Why her parents didn’t teach her how to use a napkin, I’ll never understand.
The Bayou Shrimp was very good. It came in a bowl, with red skin potatoes, in a spicy sauce. And it was actually spicy – my lips were on fire by the time I was finished eating. If you like spicy food, I highly recommend this dish.
On the way back to the hotel, we found a Koyama Shoten, but it was closed. We are going to check it out tomorrow, and see if they have anything interesting. At the very least, we can grab some snack food!