About this Business
From Our Editors
Each day, fishermen along the Atlantic coast ship the contents of their freshly opened crab cages to the Celtic Crab House. Upon arrival, cooks quickly prepare the crabs for patrons' mallets and mouths with a thorough steaming and seasoning. Glasses of domestic and imported draft beers leave cool rings on tables after washing down plates of sunset-orange dungeness crabs, massive king crabs, and lobster tails. In the kitchen, chefs slice open flounder to stuff them with crabmeat, and battered oysters in hot oil crackle merrily like pamphlets on how to overcome pyromania.