The Crab House at Two Mile Landing

Back in April of this year, the Hansen family decided to bring the Two Mile Crab House out of the bay, and so construction began. Now, just months later, the Crab House features a 5,000 square foot Crab Deck that boasts a view like none other. It has since returned with a vengeance, once again becoming the go-to dining destination for great food and good times.
This full service restaurant features over 350 seats of both inside and outside dining. Take a seat in the spacious dining room or under the outdoor awning, or grab a table on the brand-new always buzzing Crab Deck.
Sample their live entertainment while enjoying one of Cape May Brewing Company’s finest pints Saturday and Sunday evenings on the Crab Deck. And be sure to check out the Deck’s new tropically-inspired Tiki Bar. Talented Jersey Shore performers such as Wesley Ochs, Cowabunga Chris, and Callwood Blind are set to perform on the Crab Deck stage this summer season.
Heat things up with a choice from the Crab House Igniters menu. Fried Crab Balls, Thai Buffalo Shrimp, and Crab attack fries, finished with old bay, melted cheese, crab meat, and bacon, are just a few examples of the hot appetizer “Igniter” options.
Fill up with a Two Mile Surf & Turf Combo such as the BBQ Baby Back Ribs & Crab Cake or the Rib-eye & Whole-Steamed Lobster. Their signature item — all-you-can-eat blue claw crab legs —keeps patrons coming back for more. Crustacean-lovers are encouraged to take advantage of this $22 all-you-can-eat extravaganza. Don’t forget to sample the jumbo steamed shrimp and little neck clams, also favorite menu items.
All seafood they serve is fresh-caught by the family. Try their soft shell crab, which diners shell out themselves. The Crab House also features unique serving twists on conch and conch fritters, sea bass, lobster, crabs, and many other seafood baskets. Craving a burger or ribs? Not to worry, they have that too.
Grab one of their 12 beers on tap and enjoy happy hour from 3-5 p.m. every day. With $2.50 bottles, and $8 pitchers, it’s no wonder that the Crab House needed two separate bars.
Located on Ocean Drive between Cape May and Wildwood Crest, you won’t miss their sign. Arrive by boat or by car; enjoy lunch or dinner at the new Two Mile Crab House, offering the same great taste in a new, fun ambiance.
Located on Ocean Drive between Cape May and Wildwood Crest (At the foot of the toll bridge)
609-522-134www.twomilecrabhouse.com