What You'll Get
Like veggie burgers and topiary dinosaurs, seafood can provide common ground between those who do and don't eat red meat. Bridge diet-based differences with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of seafood and drinks at King Crab Tavern and Seafood Grill.
King Crab has amply fed fish-craving Chicagoans for more than 30 years and was recently featured on Check Please! with its seafood-stacked menu. Succulent juices from entrees of crab-stuffed shrimp ($22.95) and fresh sea scallops ($26.95) can be sopped up by sides of potato, teriyaki-splashed vegetables, or super-absorbent dish towels for later use. The oyster po boy ($8.95) puts a molluskular twist on an ample baguette. A wide selection of on-tap beers behind the wooden bar pairs well with the fried, steamed, and blackened fare, and flat-screen TVs make it easy to keep up on NBA, NHL, and NFL games without flagging down every passerby holding a smart phone. Wait staff, happy to share the finer points of disassembling shellfish, scuttle between tables amid the seaside scenes that brighten the walls of a cozy dining room.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid on holidays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About King Crab House
For nearly 40 years, King Crab House has served fresh crustaceans and cooked-to-order fish in a lively, nautically themed bar. Chefs well-versed in the finer points of crab cuisine heap plates with the menu's juicy Alaskan king–crab and snow-crab legs alongside wedges of lemon and dipping sauces, and fishier catches can be broiled, grilled, blackened, or fried at the diner's whim. In fact, Zagat hailed King Crab House as a "seafood and shellfish specialist known for infusing global flavors into the fish."
During happy hour, bartenders pour foam-crested brews and flaunt their mixological craft on aperitifs against the backdrop of the full bar's sports-tuned televisions. And the barrage of flat-screens makes it easy to keep up on NBA, NHL, and NFL games.