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The Cracked Crab

Cracked Crab
Cracked Crab

The Cracked Crab

Pismo Beach

751 Price Street

Pismo Beach

The Cracked Crab seafood restaurant was founded in Pismo Beach, CA in 1999 by Mike and Kathy Lee. Our mission is to provide excellent food and service to all of our guests in a clean, comfortable, casual and FUN atmosphere. Serving the finest seafood available, in a most casual style. We feature “in-season” products, printing our menu daily based on what’s available. We serve several local fresh fish daily, and we use local farmers (Peacock Farms) for fresh in season produce all year round. They even build a greenhouse for us so we can have good fresh tomatoes all year! We use a local butcher and baker also.

(805) 773-2722

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