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About Seafood Shack
Good Eats. Cold Beer. Shore Thing! The Seafood Shack at TI features market fresh catches of the day, huge shrimp, steamed clams, oysters in the shell, giant lobster tails, clam bakes for two as well as seafood salads and pastas, sourdough bowl chowder, fried calamari, and a cocktail and wine list fit for hardy fishermen, yacht cruisers and those pillaging the Las Vegas Strip for delicious, fresh seafood.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Video poker bar with multiple flat screen TVs
Complimentary valet or self-park garage
Las Vegas Strip Deuce Bus
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Indoor Smoking Area, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Seafood Shack Ratings and Reviews
The food was well-cooked, but incredibly plain. The grilled salmon was tender and juicy, but lacked any flavor. The blackened tilapia wasn’t really blackened; it was drowned in an excessive amount seasoned salt. For the price (almost $100 for 2 people), I was disappointed in the food. The blackberry margarita was incredible, though!
More hype on this restaurant than what it is worth. This is not a high end seafood restaurant, it is seafood and just ok flavoring food. French fries were cold. Lobster salad tasted like water with zero flavor. Too much batter on fish, but fish itself was good. Lobster / crab mushrooms good, mushrooms could of been cooked a tad longer. Mojitos good. Servers were nice, food was prompt. Overall, just a place to eat and not for a special occasion looking for a romantic outing.
Really good food! I had the crab stuffed salmon and it was beyond excellent. I also had really good ceviche. The ceviche comes with tortilla chips but the pieces of fish were huge. Too big for scooping with the chips. Once I cut it up, I was good to go. I’d order it again. I wish I knew the name of our waitress. Blonde ponytail, cute, mid thirties. Sweet and attentive. I have nothing bad to say about this place. It’s not fancy. You feel comfortable. It’s got a beachfront seafood shack vibe.
The food was real good.
The host at the front was no were to be found.i went to look for her,when I returned to the host position,she was being rude to my wife..after hearing from the host that there were no tables,and the place was haft empty,I told her we had reservations then we were seated right away....seems like manger still had some work to do with his employees.
The food was ok, did not like herbs used in stuffed salmon, rice pilaf needed to be more like rice pilaf, had some unusual stuff in it,service was ok, gave waiter 2-1 coupon, he told us had to spend at least 14.95 for first meal. We spent 38.95 on one and 37.95 on second, he brought us the bill for the full amount. He did remove be entree but had to ask him to.
The food was delicious! For an apetizer, we shared the Lobster Stuffed Salmon that is baked and served withlobster cream sauceI It was divine! For my entree, I enjoyed the Blackened Chicken Breast served with andouille mornay sauce, rice pilaf and vegetables. It was delightfully seasoned and filling!
We were in las Vegas for a big anniversary. Our hotel, treasure island offered a two for one meal with our room. We were seeing a show that evening and decided to go for dinner beforehand. We were so glad we did! We were early, they took us right in. We had a delightful wine that our waiter kept refilling. My meal was scallops and pasta in a lobster cream sauce, wonderful! My husband had the cioppini , great choice! We recommend the experience!
As far as Vegas goes it was okay. Everything is Vegas is expensive, so saying it could have value is a little impossible. It wouldn't have been so bad, but I felt as though my scallops were undercooked and my drink was too sweet. I didn't feel like sending either back at that point. The dish would've been quite good but the doneness of the scallops was a little under for my taste.
Extremely mediocre. We were looking for seafood and found this place on Opentable and thought it looked tasty and fun. I ordered the Fisherman's Platter of fried fish, shrimp and scallops and barely ate it. Not delicious. Service not great and we asked for bread and they said, "$1 for 2 breadsticks." Treasure Island used to be very nice.
$27 for six small coconut shrimp and a small cup of fries. I've eaten coconut shrimp at several different restaurants in Las Vegas .They were at least twice the size I realized they have to pay for the rent but come on folks really ? My wife had a lobster salad about the size of a small fist . Total bill with tip 90 bucks .
The young lady who greeted us the first time we attempted to eat at seafood shack was extremely rude . There were plenty of empty tables and she said it would be a 30 minute wait & when we asked why she was very rude and snobby . We went to eat the next day since making reservations is there top priority of how they want to receive their money and the food was great . However, my family is not just one race , there is black and white . We received some racism while being at Seafood Shack . In 2017, you would think that people would understand that families are integrated . The server chased down our white family member in disbelief that a black woman could possibly be on his account and able to sign for the meal . First time being in Vegas and will definitely be back but will not be eating at Seafood Shack !!!
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