Add Joe’s Crab Shack's Big “Hook” Up Platter to Your List of What Not to Eat

“Born in the heart of Texas, we’ve been serving fun-loving people, great food, drink and memories since 1991,” says Ignite Restaurant Group about its Joe’s Crab Shack chain (130 locations). And Joe has been sending diners home with long-lasting memories…both in mind and body.

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Take The Big “Hook” Up platter. It’s got Great Balls of Fire (“seafood and crab balls full of jalapeños and cream cheese coated in panko breadcrumbs…served with ranch”), Fish & Chips (“flaky white fish hand dipped in a classic Samuel Adams beer batter…served with fries”), Coconut Shrimp (“jumbo shrimp hand dipped in shredded coconut with pineapple plum sauce for dipping”), Crab Stuffed Shrimp (“plump shrimp hand stuffed with crab”), Hushpuppies, and Coleslaw.

Talk about stuffed. The friedfoodaganza comes to 3,280 calories (your fill for today and half of tomorrow), 50 grams of saturated fat, and 7,610 milligrams of sodium (no more for you for the next five days). To burn that many calories, you’d have to play golf (without a cart or a caddie) for 11 straight hours.

If you ordered two of Red Lobster’s Admiral’s Feasts (fried shrimp, scallops, clam strips, and flounder), complete with French Fries and Cheddar Bay Biscuits, you’d get about the same calories…but less than half the saturated fat.

What fun!

The Big Hook Up Platter

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