When taking a vacation to the beach, whether it be Myrtle Beach, SC or any other beach, it’s pretty much a given that seafood will be on the dinner menu at least one night. For the 14 million people that choose Myrtle Beach as their destination each year, one of the largest seafood crazes is all-you-can-eat crab legs.
All-you-can-eat crab legs have been a hit for a while and are only growing in popularity. Nothing caps off a beautiful day at the beach quite like a delicious meal of all-you-can-eat crab legs. Whether you are a pro when it comes to eating crab legs or you haven’t yet had your first experience, crab legs are a must-have when visiting Myrtle Beach, SC. At Captain Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood on South Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach, all-you-can-eat crab legs are always included with the buffet.
If you haven’t eaten crab legs before, breaking into the shell and successfully getting all the meat out can seem challenging, but do not be intimidated. There is a very simple strategy that allows you to quickly and easily get all the crab meat out in one piece. Read our blog post about how to eat crab legs to learn exactly how to do this. Once you read the post, you will be ready to take on a meal of all-you-can-eat crab legs in no time.
If you travel to the Myrtle Beach to enjoy the beach, be sure to also treat yourself to all-you-can-eat crab legs. There are several places along the Grand Strand that serve crab legs, so it can be tough to decide where to go. At Captain Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood, you will enjoy the freshest crab legs in the area at no additional cost to the price of the buffet, and, you guessed it, they are all you can eat!