A “sea-to-table” restaurant has opened its doors in metro Atlanta.
Starting today, Crab 404 takes over the space previously occupied by Food 101 at 4969 Roswell Road. Food 101, a 101 Concepts restaurant, closed earlier this year after 20 years.
The seafood restaurant features live King Crabs available for customers to select from a specially built tank. Executive chef Garrett Teckmyer, formerly of The Big Ketch, oversees the menu.
Crab 404 specializes in seafood boils at market price. They each come with corn and potato (or sausage for an extra $5), with options including blue crab, shrimp, snow crab legs, crawfish, clams, green or black mussels, Dungeness crab, king crab legs or lobster.
After you select your seafood, pick from a variety of flavors including garlic butter, Cajun or 404 special
sauce. Heat levels include mild, medium, hot or XXXX.
The menu also features starters including mini crab-cakes, ceviche, caviar toast and she crab-soup, with entrée options such as surf and turf, fish and chips, mix grill and whole Maine Lobster.
Hand-held items include fish tacos, crab rolls, lobster rolls and po boys. Also on the menu are oysters, seafood towers, steamers, sides and desserts. Looking for food that stands rather than swims? The menu also features dishes such as the Royale Burger and Cajun Chicken.
Crab404 offers a variety of craft cocktails, as well as beer, wine, teas and sodas.
Owner Jakkrit Tuanphakdee also owns Bangkok Thyme Thai Cuisine and Sushi Bar located in the same Belle
Isle Square shopping center.
Crab 404 joins several other new and soon-to-come crab-focused concepts in metro Atlanta including the recently-opened Krab Queenz in downtown Atlanta; The Juicy Crab, which has several metro Atlanta locations; Tasty Crab in Austell; The Pirate’s Boil in Smyrna; Wild Crab in Decatur; Girl Diver in Reynoldstown; and Angry Crab Shack, which is slated to enter the Atlanta market in the next few months.
The restaurant is open from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. daily.
4969 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs. 770-457-7161, crab404.com
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