Fish House house owners to function reopened Outback Crab Shack in St. Augustine | Jax Day-to-day Document | Jacksonville Day by day Record

Sleiman Enterprises introduced July 22 that Outback Crab Shack will return to St. Augustine and open up in the spring.

St. Johns County issued a allow June 11 for construction of the cafe shell and deck at a cost of $408,112 at 8155 County Road 13 N.

Jacksonville-based mostly Sleiman stated Outback Crab Shack opened in 1984 and grew to become a preferred restaurant location for locals and tourists.  

Hurricane Matthew destroyed the initial Outback Crab Shack in 2016. Sleiman Enterprises purchased the property with programs to lease it to Nathan Stuart and Margo Klar, a married pair who will operate the restaurant.

Sleiman reported it will stay owner and developer of the job and will oversee development.

“So several men and women have fond reminiscences of Outback Crab Shack, myself integrated,” Sleiman Principal Toney Sleiman stated in the information launch.

“It’s our intent to establish the assets so Outback Crab Shack can be a complete riverfront eating spot whilst continue to inviting attendees with sufficient parking on County Road 13.”

Outback Crab Shack is prepared at 8155 County Road 13 N. in St. Augustine.

The property is on Six Mile Creek, west of the St. Johns River in St. Augustine. 

“The reopening of Outback Crab Shack will proceed the heritage of 1 of Northeast Florida’s favourite dining spot accessible by boat and land,” explained Sleiman Principal Eli Sleiman.

The Stuarts own six relatives seafood dining establishments in St. Augustine, Jacksonville and Tallahassee.  

Outback Crab Shack will showcase local shrimp,

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