Crabby’s on the Pass
Crabby’s on the Pass: 12754 Kingfish Drive, Treasure Island, FL 33706
On a cold Florida morning, Mike and I from the South Florida Eats team were trying to decide on where to eat breakfast. We tried to go once before but had just missed the cutoff for when they stopped serving breakfast. We started early in the morning and were the first patrons to show up.
There is a huge parking lot at Crabby’s on the Pass. As you enter the restaurant, you’ll be greeted by the friendly hostess staff. During the events, there is plenty of floor space for bands to play and for dancing. Both inside and out, you will find a mix of different-sized tables with chairs. The height is kind of in between a hightop and lower table.
The restaurant can fit a large number of patrons, and you usually don’t have to wait long. The exception might be on a Friday or Saturday night. But don’t worry, you will find a space soon enough. The outside dock dining is fun as you can catch boats going up and down the Intracoastal waterway. You might even find someone fishing under the overpass.
Crabby’s on the Pass Food:
Since we were at Crabby’s on the Pass for breakfast, Mike had to start with the All-American Bloody Mary. It is created with a mix of Tito’s vodka and Crabby’s bloody mary mix and served with traditional garnishes of lemon and lime, thick-cut applewood bacon, olives, and more. Mike likes them with a bit of spice, and he enjoyed it so much that he had a second one.
For his meal, Mike decided to go with the New Orleans Omelet. Crabby’s on the Pass creates theirs with three eggs, spicy red shrimp, smoked sausage, piquillo peppers, and cheddar jack cheese topped with their Cajun cream sauce. He had a smile on his face the whole time he ate the omelet. The cream sauce was not overly spicy and helped add some extra flavor to the dish.
I opted to go with the meat lover’s omelet, filled with ham, crumbled sausage, and bacon with cheddar jack cheese. It was cooked perfectly with fluffy eggs but done enough that there was no runny juice from the eggs. The various meats added flavor to each bite as I devoured my omelet.
We both had home fries that were crispy and done perfectly. They just added to the enjoyment of our meal, and we look forward to going back to have lunch and/or dinner next time.