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Under the SeaSpring 2009
Dive into a deep sea dining experience this spring season with some of Orlando’s best seafood restaurants.
First up and fresh on the menu is Salt Island. Opening with great acclaim in late 2004, Salt Island provides its consumers with a truly unique dining experience. Stunning aquariums and backlit waterfalls pleasure the eyes as consumers taste buds bask in the Caribbean flavors of oysters, lobster, shrimp, stone crabs, and many others.
Salt Island’s one of a kind Wave Bar and Sand Bar serve up to forty specialty martinis and cocktails to live local music nightly. Don’t be mistaken, bathing suits are prohibited at this island.
Feeling in a crabby mood? Then head on over to Crabby Bill’s Seafood where guests enjoy “no frills, good eatin’” seafood dining experience. Family-oriented for over 30 years, Crabby Bills serves the freshest seafood including oysters, clams, mussels, and grouper at family friendly prices. And with a new location open in Kissimmee, fine seafood dining is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from Disney World.
If you’re finding yourself with an appetite fit for a captain, dine at one of Orlando’s favorite buffets for an all you can eat feast. Angel’s Lobster & Seafood Buffet and Boston Lobster Feast offer a hefty amount of all you can eat seafood and non-seafood menu items including lobster, crab legs, chicken, salads and desserts.
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Crabby Bill’s Seafood
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Boston Lobster Feast