Rick's Crab Trap is about family

Rick's Crab Trap

The view from Rick's Crab Trap at Seascape is hard to beat.

Special to The Sun
Published: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 01:48 PM.

Rick's Crab Trap, located on the first floor of Surfside Resort next to Seascape, is a place visitors, locals, and part-time residents can go out to eat and feel right at home.

"It's a family restaurant," said owner/manager Nikki Wilson. "And it's family owned and operated. We want our customers to feel like they are part of our family and sitting in their own dining room when they come here."

The strategy appears to be working as Wilson sees some people and/or families come back one, two, or three times a week. And with the average price of a meal available for $15, the Wilsons are keeping it affordable and helping their customers be able to return.

"We try to keep our prices lower and buy from local merchants," she said.

Wilson said their steamed platters run a little higher, and they are the only restaurant in the area offering all-you-can-eat crab legs, which go for $42.

In addition to crab legs, a variety of other seafood, steaks, and pasta dishes are offered, and every Thursday is prime-rib night.

Lunch is served outdoors from a special lunch menu, available daily from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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