Captain Crab Calabash Seafood

Myrtle  Beach  Seafood  Buffet

All  you  can  eat  Alaskan  Crab  Legs


Our location

Captain Crab seafood buffet is located right in a heart of the Myrtle Beach on the intersection of South Kings Hwy and 12 ave South. Our restaurant is just minutes away from Myrtle Beach International Airport, Market Common and State Park. And if you happen to stay in a nearby hotel, there is no need to drive.
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2014 "There is no sincerer love than the love of food."
George Bernard Shaw


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