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Restaurants Aiding Victims



Ariana Hajibashi sent this note to me with a bit of relief for the  Dallas tornado victims. Ariana has a per firm that works with restaurants, so see this fireball if your company needs help with  public relations – she can help.

She  has two clients willing to help those in need so far, but I felt it prudent to run the list as is, we can add later. If your restaurant has a deal for victims, send me a note at Steven@cravedfw.com Continue reading

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Free Chowder at Shell Shack Today


Shell Shack invites diners to “chowder down” and celebrate National Clam Chowder Day with a FREE bowl of clam chowder with a purchase of an entree.

Clam Chowder is steeped in history and traces its origins back to 1800s New England, where it may have been the first truly American soup. The term “chowder” originated from the French word “chaudiere,” which refers to the large pot used by fishermen to cook fish stews. Continue reading

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Shacking up in Denton!

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Looking for your favorite seafood customized to your taste buds?  Want to crack crabs but not have your hands smell fishy? Look no more as the Shell Shack in Denton has officially completed its remodel and ready for you to dine.

Shell Shack, which opened this past Spring recently remodeled adding its signature colorful chalkboard walls and white tables.  The décor has changed but not the food which is still customized to your liking using the freshest ingredients. And don’t worry, the hospital-grade handing washing machine is available that cleans your hands and shines your jewelry at the same time. Continue reading

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Shell Shack Open in Denton


Shell Shack’s newest location is now open for business. Hungry diners can find the Denton restaurant—and all of its perfectly-seasoned crabs and seafood—on I-35 near the Golden Triangle Mall. The new spot marks Shell Shack’s sixth DFW location, as the restaurant, which started in Uptown Dallas in 2013, continues to share its fun concept and delicious menu with surrounding cities. Continue reading

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Shell Shack Open for Business on Henderson

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Dallas Hale was in rare form last night as he hosted a variety of guests to the pre-opening of his newest Shell Shack restaurant located on Henderson Avenue in Dallas which replaces the now shuttered McKinney Avenue location.

Guests were treated to a sampling of the menu which has not changed from its previous location, but the size of the building is noticeably large. It occupies the building which was the Mellow Mushroom which lasted in the location for a mere few months.  Continue reading

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Shell Shack Takes To The Road

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Since first opening its doors in 2013, Shell Shack has become a popular spot to convene over crabs and cold drinks. None of that is changing. In fact, there are now several locations across the DFW metroplex, making it easier than ever to dive into a pile of perfectly-seasoned seafood. And yet… Shell Shack is making it even more convenient to do so with its new Mobile Kitchen.

The Shell Shack Mobile Kitchen will bring all of your favorite foods right to your doorstep. Book it for parties, corporate events, on game day and any other time when an occasion would benefit from something delicious. To ensure that customers get exactly what their event needs, Shell Shack will customize the menu, stocking the kitchen with crabs, crawfish, catfish, oysters and sides per the guest’s request. Continue reading

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Shell Shack Uptown Is Moving To Henderson Ave


Shell Shack opened its Uptown Dallas location in late 2013. And now, that flagship restaurant, which has since spawned five others, is packing up and moving to Henderson Avenue. The restaurant will occupy the former Mellow Mushroom space, which means more interior seating, a patio and a bigger parking lot. The Uptown building won’t go to waste, however, as Shell Shack founder Dallas Hale will be opening a new poke concept called Poke Go Go. Continue reading

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