The Crazy Fork is back.
The Mattituck seafood restaurant reopened from its winter hiatus at 1 p.m. Friday with new entrees, an altered interior and a set of new specials to go along with their updated hours.
Gulf Coast seafood lovers rejoice! Joe’s Crab Shack is opening its Riverhead location Thursday.
The eatery’s “100% Shore” menu offers Southern-inspired seafood entrees and a variety of crab dishes featuring Dungeness, snow and king crab.
Just in time for summer, the Riverhead store will also offer a new promotional menu that includes the Corona Beach Bake and Coastal Wave Steampot featuring a wide range of fresh seafood finished with what Joe’s calls a Corona chili-lime bath.
In celebration of Thursday’s grand opening, the first 100 guests in line will earn a free Snow Crab Bucket every month for a year. All guests on opening day can enter to win free crab for life.
Guests can also participate in a national fundraiser for Autism Speaks by purchasing coupons for free desserts, appetizers and entrees on their next visit.
All proceeds from the coupons go to Autism Speaks, and for every $1 donation, guests receive a free key lime pie; with a $5 donation, a free crab nacho; and with a $10 donation, a free classic steampot.
“We’ve been eagerly awaiting our opening in Riverhead so we can share a little bit of the Gulf Coast, along with great seafood and fun times, with the whole community,” said Joe’s Crab Shack general manager Anne Bahr. “We want to treat our new neighbors to a little Southern hospitality at our grand opening celebration with giveaways – including free crab for life – and an opportunity to help the kids and families supported by Autism Speaks.”
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday at Joe’s Crab Shack, at 1490 Old Country Road (Route 58) in Riverhead.