Seafood Shack, located just a hop, skip and jump from Cinemark 17, is the perfect "bite-n-a-movie" evening destination. We are a very family friendly, casual dining experience. We offer a wide variety of dishes for lunch and dinner. From crisp fried fish & shrimp baskets, succulent crab legs to unique authentic family recipes.
Let's not forget to mention our signatures (what put us on the map), Mexican Shrimp Cocktails and mouth watering Ceviche. Its the best in town, we are so very confident about this we print it on the back of our company t-shirts! We truly are fully committed to serving the freshest made to order dishes, every time!
Ten years ago a seafood restaurant was merely an idea we contemplated now and then. Originally from Guadalajara Mexico and quite the food enthusiasts; we decided the neighborhood lacked a good as home seafood joint. So we started cooking up a seafood storm. And the neighborhood loved us for it.
Who doesn’t love having a big o’ plate of shellfish in front of them? That’s right, No One. That’s exactly why I set off to find the best boil in Dallas. One of my friends kept telling me about this place off 635 and Webb Chapel called Seafood Shack that had the best seafood boil she had ever tasted. So I took her word for it and we took a trip up North.We started it off proper with some margaritas. Usually I don’t order margaritas, especially the ones with GREEN salt on the rim. But again I was just along for the ride.
This week a fellow City of Ate friend recounted his experience at Cyclone Anaya's spurring some debate as to the authenticity of restaurants south of certain Dallas boundaries and quadrants. I personally contend that wonderful restaurants can be found across all city lines as Dallas is chock-full of wonderful dining experiences for those willing to seek them out.