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The Twisted Crab Now Open At Patrick Henry Mall

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NEWPORT NEWS-A new seafood establishment recently opened in the Patrick Henry Mall.

The Twisted Crab Seafood & Bar held a grand opening on June 13. The restaurant is located within the mall near Macy’s.

The Twisted Crab is a chain restaurant specializing in Cajun style seafood boils. Other menu choices include crab legs, shrimp, oysters, lobster tail, and crawfish.  Wings and fried seafood baskets are available in addition to the seafood boils.

The Twisted Crab, which first started in 2018, has several other locations in Virginia including in Hampton at the Peninsula Town Center as well as in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Chesapeake.

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