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Taste the Freshest Catch at the Grand Opening of The Crab Station in Fort Worth this Saturday


Taste the Freshest Catch at the Grand Opening of The Crab Station in Fort Worth this Saturday

New restaurant promises delicious seafood, live music, family fun and giveaways

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FORT WORTH, Texas, Sept. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- It started as a labor of love — cooking and serving only the freshest, made-from-scratch food for a close-knit, large family. Today, it has developed into a group of restaurants in Texas with new locations quickly popping up all over. This Saturday, September 15, 2018, The Crab Station will be celebrating the grand opening of their sixth location in Fort Worth from 11 AM until 11 PM (2701 Bello Hill Lane, Suite 131, Fort Worth, 76177).

The grand opening will feature live music from 5 PM until 10 PM by David Moore Productions, a raffle for prizes including a 55-inch television given away at 8:30 PM*, and 10% off all food. The 10% discount will even extend through the rest of the month of September as a thank you for trying out The Crab Station and joining their family.

At this restaurant committed to serving fresh-catch seafood, patrons can start with their wicked edamame, juicy calamari strips, or maybe try out their gumbo bar** or oyster bar** before cracking open one of their six famous seafood sacks! The seafood sacks are offered in three sizing groups - 'Mine,' 'Buddies,' and 'Party' - so no matter how many are in your group, no one will leave hungry. With a large selection of broiled seafood, wings, a 'fried corner,' 'shareables,' and decadent desserts, like chef's own bread pudding with bourbon sauce, The Crab Station has something for everyone. They even have non-seafood options! If you're feeling like spicing things up, The Crab Station has six heat levels ranging from 'weak sauce' to 'T.K.O,' which they say serves an "insane" level of heat that's still full of flavor. Happy hour spans the entire day on Mondays to Fridays, open until 6 PM with $1 off beers and wines, $5 margaritas, and 75-cent raw oysters.

Family owned and operated, The Crab Station's head chef, Martin Đoàn, had humble beginnings and inspiration for his business. His parents were the first of their family to immigrate to the United States. Eager to provide for their large 8-member family, 60 to 80-hour work weeks became their norm and as such, cooking responsibilities fell on shoulders of the eldest children, mainly chef Đoàn. Cooking became more of a moment to nourish and share time with loved ones, instead of a chore as chef Đoàn explored different flavors, ingredients, and cultural influences. When chef's wife became pregnant and crawfish and crab leg cravings kicked in, the cooking became seafood-centric. After a seafood enthusiast and fan of chef's food tried out his new creations, he was inspired to start a new business with chef Đoàn. Now, the same joy and love of fresh food chef's family savored can be enjoyed in Dallas, Carrollton, Arlington, The Colony, and now, Fort Worth with three additional locations coming soon to Odessa, El Paso, and Deep Ellum.

For more information:
Facebook: @CrabStationFortWorth
Instagram: @CrabStationDFW
Address: 2701 Bello Hill Lane, Suite 131, Fort Worth, 76177

*Raffle ticket winner does not need to be present to win and will have two weeks to collect their prize. Raffles for a 55" TV will also take place at the Fort Worth location on the following dates: September 23, September 30, and October 7.
**At select locations.


SOURCE The Crab Station

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