The ocean has long acted as a stage for humanity’s grandest ambitions, from circumnavigating the globe, to eating every shrimp cocktail on the Caribbean cruise’s buffet. Follow aquatic ambitions with today’s Groupon for Parrot Cove Seafood Grill and Bar. Choose between two options:
- For $30, you get a seafood dinner for two (up to a $63.97 value). The meal includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $13.99 value)
Two dinner entrees, sandwiches, baskets, or wraps (up to a $24.99 value each)<p>
- For $24, you get a seafood lunch for two (up to a $51.97 value). The meal includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $13.99 value).
- Two entrees off the lunch menu (up to a $18.99 value each)
Dinner is served from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The Parrot Cove’s fish fryers reel in a country-French menu of seafood, southern specialties, and French-fusion dishes served within a nautically themed dining room. Peckish patrons awaken taste buds with the peel-and-eat shrimp starter ($6.99–$10.99), or six bacon-wrapped scallops, slathered in barbecue sauce ($9.99). An oyster po boy ($10.99) parades fried shellfish across a baguette, and 1.5 pounds of snow-crab legs line dance around plates backed by a chorus of a house salad, vegetables, and a choice of baked potatoes, fries, or seasoned rice.
Guests can sate lunchtime cravings on the outdoor patio with such pescatory delights as the shrimp salad ($9.50) speckled with dill, onion, and celery. Take a culinary tour of Hawaii without having to bob for pineapples in a volcano with the ham, pineapple, and cheddar-cheese crêpe ($8.99), or tuck into the hand-battered grouper fingers ($15.99), served with french fries and house-made coleslaw.
Parrot Cove Seafood Grill and Bar
Parmesan-encrusted snapper. Hand-battered fried shrimp. One and a half pounds of steamed snow-crab legs. The culinary team at Parrot Cove Seafood Grill and Bar crafts these succulent seafood dishes from fresh catches at their waterfront restaurant on Shelter Cover Harbor. Owner Jimmy’s love of French and southern cooking is reflected in the menu featuring dinner and dessert crepes, oyster po’ boys, pulled-pork sandwiches, and half racks of ribs with housemade slaw. Meals unfold in a dining room adorned with nautical decorations and more than 40 parrots, who take forms such as paintings, statuettes, and waiters. Parrot Cove also provides spacious outdoor seating, seasonal live entertainment from local artists, and, for kids, a chance to rummage through a treasure box if they clean their plates.