Since the 1970s, visitors to the Myrtle Beach area enjoy buffet restaurants that serve all the crab legs they care to eat, and Seafood House Calabash Buffet keeps crab-loving guests happy.

The crab legs served at Seafood House are Snow Crab Legs. These are easier to crack and open to remove large chunks of succulent crab meat than their cousins, King Crab legs, because King Crabs have spines on them. Snow Crab legs are smooth and easy to grip.

From the time doors open to guest until the last person leaves, the staff constantly replenishes large pans overflowing with steaming Snow Crab legs. With room for almost 500 diners at a time, this means the restaurant serves a LOT of crab legs – up to 1,300 pounds per day!

Snow crab is also a healthy dining choice. Each 5-ounce serving has 163 calories, 34 grams of protein, 2 grams of fat and zero carbohydrates. So visit Seafood House and pile your plate with hot and tasty crab legs, and feel good about treating yourself!

Seafood House, which has a 105-foot buffet that looks like a wooden sailing ship, also serves prime rib, oysters, stuffed shrimp, Calabash style fried shrimp, scallops, flounder, steamed shrimp, southern cooking, salads, sides, desserts and a lot more. Servers are dressed as pirates, and in the summer mermaids swim in a 10,000 gallon indoor pool. It’s located at 2000 Highway 17 Business North in Surfside Beach, just minutes from oceanfront hotels in Myrtle Beach.