Oahu Restaurants | Crab Bucket
The Crab Bucket is a Restaurant in Honolulu where getting your hands dirty is par for the course.
Cuisine: Cajun Creole/Seafood
Sunday through Saturday: 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Enjoy a casual night at the Crab Bucket. This Restaurant in Honolulu serves huge portions of delicious seafood.
About the Crab Bucket:
The name doesn’t exactly conjure up images of fine dining, and there is good reason for that: Crab Bucket is all about getting your hands dirty, so leave your coat and tie behind and get ready to enjoy some of the best seafood at this Oahu Restaurant.
As is the case at any good crab shack, this Restaurant in Honolulu is all about ditching the silverware and accepting that it’s going to get messy. The mess is a small price to pay for diving in to plates of fresh, mouth-watering seafood.
After you’re seated, you’ll be handed bibs, plastic gloves, and all the tools you’ll need to handle crab, lobster, and whatever else you may order. Well-known among locals and a hit with visitors, the Crab Bucket serves up huge portions along with their own array of house special sauces.
If you love shrimp, then consider this challenge: If you manage to eat 3 pounds then they’ll give you a 4th pound free. Try the Garlic Butter Lobster, or the Cajun Crab Combo served with Coleslaw and Cornbread. The cooks at this Oahu Restaurant will tailor spice levels to your liking, so you can spice it up or keep it mild. Wash down all that seafood with a beer from the impressive selection.
Another great feature of this Oahu Restaurant is the price. It’s easy for a group of 4 to eat for less than $10 each. For delicious food and a fun Dining experience, try the Crab Bucket during your next visit to Oahu.