Hello Crab Shack
I have lived an hour away from Savannah my whole life, and never have I once, even gone out to Tybee Island! I would flip through Coastal Living, and Southern Living, and see gorgeous Tybee houses, and say, one day I will go there! Well on Sunday, my brother came up and said, we should all take a small family trip out to eat somewhere nice.
So we decided to venture out to Tybee Island, and go eat at The Crab Shack.
The drive out there was beautiful, that's what I love about the South, the green marsh that keeps on for miles, all the small rivers, even the big rivers, the birds, the beach, the gorgeous sunsets, with Sorbet colored skies.. it's just all so great. When we arrived at the Crab Shack, let's just say... it's a shack! There is nothing classy about it! But that's what makes it fun! There were kitty's everywhere lounging under cars, or lying on chairs, sleeping the day away. When we walked up to she Crab Shack, there were so many things to take pictures of! But we managed to get past all the crazy stuff, and find seats on the deck, looking at the river. Untill.. it started raining. So we moved inside, they set us next to where the little baby Alligators were, while we waited for our food, we watched little kids, even big kids, feed the gators with a dog treat attached to the fishing pole!
When our food came out, it looked delicious! It was very filling! I'd say every one's plate looked quite tasty, and I'm talking about everyone sitting around us! If your going to eat the the Crab Shack, make sure you bring an empty stomach with ya!
After dinner, we went to see the Gators, then walked over to the dock, took some family pictures, then ventured into the gift shop, which had a few gorgeous exotic Birds. After that, it was time to head home. The drive back was pretty, you can't beat a Southern Sunset.