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All I can eat crablegs - Orlando

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i have recently discovered the wonders of all-u-can-eat crableg nights! so far, i've only partaken at harry's high tide on 436 in orlando, and with a price of $35, i'm interested in finding some other locales to try out. does anyone know of other crab nights in the orlando area??

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  1. In Mount Dora you can go to Hunt's End on Highland Street. They have ayce Crab legs on friday and Saturday nights. Don't expect to eat them with a cold beer. This place doesn't serve liquor of any kind! It's an all you can eat buffet and salad bar. The food is ok. It would be better if they served real mashed potatoes and such. A very senior citizen type place!

    1. When I was down in Orlando on vacation I went to a place called Boston Lobster Feast to get all you can eat crab legs, and to get away from Disney World for a few hours.

      They also have like 60 items on the all-you-can-eat buffet including Lobster. I think the price was around $30.

      Not top of the line, but for a few pounds of snow crab legs, a few cold beers, and to get away from "the magic kingdom" it was ok.

      www.bostonlobsterfeast.com

      1. Another vote for the Boston Lobster Feast,...

        Right, it's not a top shelf atmosphere, but I don't need it to be...
        It's m-more than 'good enough'...
        If you taste and cherry-pick the offerings you can do really good...
        AYCE Steamed Razor Clammies, Prime Rib, Lobsters, Mussels a buncha ways, Chocolate cake, Raw Oysters, Raw Clams, Oysters Rockefeller, Clam Chowder, Chocolate cake, Shrimp cocktail... Lots of other stuff... It's a scene man...

        Yeah, sure--- I'll meet you there...

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        1. re: Mild Bill

          and yet another Boston Lobster Feast vote. While it is a little crappy, its still better than High Tide Harry's..their seafood is awful. The crablegs at BLF are much better than HTH...yeah, enjoy