OBX Seafood Boils To-Go
Celebrate Fourth of July the fun and easy way with an OBX seafood bucket to-go!
Let the family dig into a seafood boil piled high on the picnic table this Fourth of July! There’s no better way to spend the holiday than with friends and family peeling shrimp and drinking a cold one on the beach or in the comfort of your OBX beach house.
Make life easy by ordering a seafood steamer pot this Independence Day. Put your steamer pot in the fridge and prepare later that evening. When you’re ready, just add liquid (water, beer, white wine) and place on your stove top. It’s that easy! Did we mention that the cleanup is a breeze! When you’re finished – just throw the leftovers in the pot and cleanup is done. Make sure to call the restaurant ahead to reserve your seafood.
“The Best Pot on the Beach!” Outer Banks Boil Company prides themselves on providing quality, fresh and when available, local ingredients. Call ahead and they will have your pot ready to go when you arrive, or stop in, place your order and they’ll put your pot together while your wait. For groups of 10+, ask about their “We Steam” catered service.
Have a steamer party at your place provided by I Got Your Crabs. Served raw in a pot for preparation at home. Instructions included. Feeds 2-3 adults. Takeout only. One hour notice required before pickup.
Create your own steamer bucket to go with Jimmy’s Seafood Buffet. Choose from shellfish like mussels, Dungeness crab legs, lobster tail and more! Basket of fries for 4 people and 12 hushpuppies as the base of your order.
Call to pre-order a Low Country Seafood Boil. Pick up available after 5pm. Includes shrimp, smoked sausage, clams, mussels, corn on the cobb, red potatoes and a hint of old bay for $83.00! Feed 4 people.
Want to create your own seafood boil?
Preparation is as easy as throwing everything in a pot, and then sitting back and letting the magic happen. All you need is a large shrimp pot, a basket or colander, a propane tank, and a burner. Many people have their own secret family spice blend for the seasoning or you can use Old Bay seasoning. Other basic ingredients are onions, lemons, corn on the cob, andouille sausage, and the star of the show — shrimp! Lots of folks will add or take away from this list. That’s the great thing about Outer Banks shrimp boils — everyone can customize it to include their favorites.
For your viewing pleasure, here is a video of The Restaurant Guide to the Outer Banks did our own seafood boil…