Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Crack Open Six Different Types of Crab at Joe’s Crab Shack

August 25, 2015 11:27 am

Of the 50 states, more than 60 percent of them play host to a Joe's Crab Shack. Lucky for the residents of Pennsylvania, their home state is on that list four times over. One of those eateries sits right along Mall Boulevard in King of Prussia. Like its many sister restaurants, the Joe's Crab Shack near Philly is always shelling out fresh seafood and happy hour treats.

Swing by after work with a few friends to grab a Patron Rita for $5 (or another libation for $3) and a few appetizers to share. Though happy hour is only held at the bar, you'll still be able to sample some of the fresh seafood that makes Joe's such a popular spot. Come for a dinner if you want the full experience, though. Regulars recommend calling ahead—the host will text you when your table is ready.

Dig into one of the eatery's signature "buckets of crab," which are exactly what they sound like. Snow crab, queen crab, and king crab are just a few of your options, and they all come with your choice of potato and either corn on the cob or hush puppies. Order them with one of Joe's six house seasoning blends, like garlic herb or spicy boil. Customers also praise the steampots, which showcase massive medleys of fresh seafood.

Joe's Crab Shack
244 Mall Boulevard
King of Prussia, PA 19406
(610) 265-2237

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Don’t Miss the Hummus at Aroma Mediterranean Cuisine in King of Prussia

August 18, 2015 3:02 pm

Some would argue that a Mediterranean restaurant is only as good as its hummus. By this measuring stick, King of Prussia's Aroma Mediterranean Cuisine is off the charts. Customers gush about the hummus, describing it as creamy, fresh, and delicious. Most would probably recommend ordering the hummus as part of the sampler platter, an appetizer that also includes the restaurant's two other most popular eats: the falafel and the beet dip. That's not to mention the baba ghanouj, tzatziki sauce, and dolmas that come with it, too.

You can also try the hummus folded into a pita wrap with falafel or kafta meat and tahini sauce, all mingling with fresh lettuce, onion, tomato, and parsley. Or you can dive right into a larger entree like charbroiled salmon, lamb gyro, chicken shawerma, or a melange of grilled veggies, including broccoli, zucchini, carrots, and cauliflower. Just make sure you save some room for a few pieces of pistachio or walnut baklava or a scoop of rice pudding.

Aroma Mediterranean Cuisine
10104 Valley Forge Circle
King of Prussia, PA 19406
(610) 337-9300

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