Seafood and Steak-House Cuisine at Nick’s Boathouse (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.
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Seafood farers feast on fresh fish grilled, fried or blackened to order, while omnivorous diners try flatbreads at casual, waterfront eatery
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Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table; 2 per table of 6 or more. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour. Not valid with any other specials or discounts.
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Choose Between Two Options
$20 for $40 worth of seafood and steakhouse cuisine
$12 for $25 worth of seafood and steakhouse cuisine
The dinner menu includes a 12-ounce rib eye ($21.99), 1.5 pounds of steamed snow crab atop rice pilaf and served with the vegetable of the day ($28.99), and New Orleans-style shrimp and grits ($18.99). At lunch, diners complement their dishes with selections from the oyster bar such as oysters rockefeller ($8.99) or in the raw ($5.99/half dozen or $9.99/dozen).
The staff at Nick’s Boathouse aim to combine affordable, upscale seafood specialties and a casual atmosphere, where waterfront views surround the outdoor patio and lantern-style lights illuminate the wood accents of the indoor space. On Friday and Saturday nights, the owners hire local bands to serenade diners as they savor blackened-chicken pasta and one of four signature flatbreads. The kitchen staff prepares fresh fish to order at lunch, dinner, or private events.
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