Vancouver seafood spot giving out free stuffed crab to celebrate anniversary

The Holy Crab will have 30 orders of Stuffed Deviled Crab up for grabs to the first 30 people in line March 1

Free seafood? Holy... crab!

The West End's Louisiana-inspired seafood boil restaurant The Holy Crab will be giving out orders of free Stuffed Deviled Crab to celebrate their upcoming third anniversary.

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You'll want to get in line early on March 1 for the 11 a.m. start of what's sure to be a popular promo. The Holy Crab will have 30 orders of Stuffed Deviled Crab up for grabs to the first 30 people in line (limit one per person).

The Holy Crab's Stuffed Deviled Crab dish is a premium Dungeness crab shell stuffed with the restaurant's signature house-made seafood gumbo (Louisiana Creole seafood stew), topped with morsels of crab meat and baked cheese.

In addition to handing out free decadent crab entrees on March 1, The Holy Crab will continue to mark their third anniversary on Robson Street for the remainder of the week by offering 30 per cent off the entire food menu (not including beverages and All-You-Can-Eat-Shrimp Tuesdays) for dine-in customers from March 1 through 8.

"We're thrilled to be celebrating three years in Vancouver's West End and can't wait to mark this milestone birthday by giving back to our loyal fans," says The Holy Crab chef and co-owner Henri William. "We're also hoping to see some new faces and welcome first-time visitors during our special anniversary week menu promotion."

The Holy Crab's 3rd Anniversary Free Stuffed Deviled Crab promo

When: March 1 starting at 11 a.m.

Where: The Holy Crab - 1588 Robson St.


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