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A few weeks ago I noticed a post indicating that the Crab Shack was being offered for lunch. I hope not. What is the latest on it?

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24 minutes ago, denmarks said:

A few weeks ago I noticed a post indicating that the Crab Shack was being offered for lunch. I hope not. What is the latest on it?

Do not know, but why should that be a problem.  If you don’t want to do it, just skip it

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5 minutes ago, wheezedr said:

Do not know, but why should that be a problem.  If you don’t want to do it, just skip it

I have had it in the past but it is too much food for lunch. I want it for dinner.

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Crabshack was offered on CB and it was at dinner;  it rotated with Planks

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Crab Shack:

 Coral, Crown, Golden, Grand, Island, Regal, Royal, Ruby, Sea, Star Princess. 6:00pm–10:00pm, Onboard reservations accepted only $29 per person

 

Steamers available for dinner on the Carribbean, Emerald, and Sky

 

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Interesting.. Is the Sky offering both Planks & Steamers on different nights on the same cruise?? Sounds like a nice alternative to the usual fare offered...

 

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yes on CB they had planks opened one night then steamers the next night.  They alternate since they both use the same area; far aft end of horizon court

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When we were on board the Caribbean in August both the Planks side and the Steamers side were open every evening. A couple could sit on either side and one could order from the Planks menu and the other from the Steamers menu. The seating areas are not shared. Maybe it's a kitchen or waiter thing,  or maybe it's just not enough business to keep both open every evening.

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skynight;  I think you are correct; there was not much business in either place;  so maybe on our cruise they alternated the nights they were open

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