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King Crab Juicy Seafood Restaurant Headed To Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new seafood restaurant will soon open on Richmond Road.

On July 27, Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer announced that the seafood chain restaurant King Crab Juicy Seafood leased 4,830 square feet of retail space at 1640 Richmond Road. The property was previously an Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill.

King Crab Juicy Seafood is a restaurant chain based primarily on the East Coast. The restaurant specializes in seafood boils and is popular for its Cajun Seafood Boil.  The menu also offers a variety of other seafood dishes including po-boy sandwiches, seafood baskets, salads, pastas, and make-your-own meal combinations.

King Crab Juicy Seafood joins a slew of other new restaurants that have opened or will soon open in the Williamsburg area. The Cuban restaurant K’bola opened in New Town on July 16 while Mezeh Mediterranean Grill will open in Midtown Row and Saladworks will open in Merchants Square this fall.

King Crab Juicy Seafood has locations in Portsmouth and Virginia Beach, and just opened a second restaurant in Richmond on July 15. A date for the opening of the Williamsburg location has not been announced yet.

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