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Crab legs in Hilton Head?

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Crab legs in Hilton Head?

We're taking a week long trip to HHI in May, and would love to find a place that offers all-you-can-eat crab legs. I noticed that Aunt Chilada's has them, but the reviews don't look to good. Is there any place else that has them? Thanks!

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1. Re: Crab legs in Hilton Head?

L-Woods has them. It's a little hole in the wall local bar/restaurant. It's one of our favorite places on the island!!!! It's in the strip mall behing wild wing by Bi-Lo. Try it!!!

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2. Re: Crab legs in Hilton Head?

Main Street Cafe outside of HH Plantation; Nick's seafood; HH Pub; Aunt Chiladas; just to mention a few. Think Main Street might be the cheapest ($21, I think).

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3. Re: Crab legs in Hilton Head?

Actually, just discovered the HH Brewing Co. has the cheapest crag legs - $19 every night

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4. Re: Crab legs in Hilton Head?

Main Street Cafe $21.99 Great other seafood special also.

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5. Re: Crab legs in Hilton Head?

Hugo's has Alaskan Crab Legs on the early-bird menu for $15.95 but it is not all-you-can-eat.

$19.95 on the regular dinner menu.

There are lots of great a-la-carte items you can add to your meal: crab cakes, shrimp skewers, etc, if you are really hungry. And fantastic deserts such as Debbie's Bread Pudding or Cherries Jubilee or Bananas Foster.

Hugo serves generous portions. I don't think you will go hungry!

http://www.hugosatwexford.com

- Jeff

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