Our Seafood Menu
Subject To Change
Live Blue Crab - Starting
King Crab Legs - Market
Snow Crabs -
Dungennesse Crabs - Market
4 Corn on the Cob
1/2 Lb. Sausage / Potatoes
(STEAMED MARYLAND STYLE)
Mussels - $3.50 /
Clams - $4.25 / doz
Clams - $32 / 100 count
Scallops - $12.50 / lb.
CrawFish - $3.95 / lb.
- $19.75 / 5 lbs.
Frog Legs - $7.25 / lb.
- $17.50 / lb.
Medium - $8.50 / lb. (40-50
Large - $9.75 / lb. (31-35 ct.)
XLarge - $11.25 /
lb. (21-25 ct.)
Jumbo - $15.50 / lb. (10-15
Fresh Grouper - $7.95 /
Mahi Mahi - $6.95 / lb.
Salmon - $6.95 /
Lobster Tails - Market
Tail(Frozen) - $11.25/lb.
Grouper Filets(Frozen) -
Snapper Filets(Frozen) - $8.95/lb.
Subject to Change
Frozen Grouper & Snapper Takeout!
Please Call For Most
"The Best Blue Crabs We
Have Ever Eaten!"
Jimmy K. - Daytona Beach
Whole Family Loves Eating At Ormond Crab House And Sitting By
Ann C. - Ormond Beach
FREE BEER & LIVE MUSIC JAM EVERY 2nd AND 4th SATURDAY! COME JOIN US!
Visit the "Ormond Crab House" in beautiful
Ormond Beach, Florida for some of the best seafood in Florida.
Located on the backwaters of the intracoastal waterway on Rte 1,
Ormond Beach (One Mile North of Granada and Only 200 Yards West of
Sanchez Park Boat Ramp! We're a favorite place for kayakers! Kayak
right up to our eatery and enjoy some incredible,
mouth watering seafood! The "Ormond Crab House" serves
up some of the tastiest seafood dishes. Enjoy your seafood
outside on one of our picnic tables and enjoy beautiful views of the
water! We steam all meals fresh on request or pack your order fresh
to go (Additional Steaming Charges Apply). We offer fine seafood
such as Fresh Blue Crabs (Caught With Our Own Crab Boats!), All
Sized Shrimp, Mussels, Clams, Scallops, Gator Tail, Snapper,
Grouper, Snow Crab Legs, Crawfish, Dungennesse Crabs, King Crab
Legs, Lobster Tails, and more!
Hours Of Operation
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Closed
The Timucuan Indians made Ormond Beach their home in the early 1500’s. The Timucuan Tribe was one of six main tribes occupying Florida when the Spaniards made their first visit. The primary settlement was called "Nocoroco" and is thought to have been located where Tomoka State Park is today.
At the end of the Seven Years War in Europe the British government gave many land grants to its subjects, including 20,000 acres to Richard Oswald in 1766. Mount Oswald was a rice and indigo plantation encompassing what is now Tomoka State Park.
Indigo was big business during Oswald’s time and was sent back to England for use as a dye for cloth and paints as well as a blueing agent for laundry. Naturalized indigo can still be found in the area today.
While under British occupation, Florida’s first highway, The King’s Road, was constructed. It covered 106 miles from St. Augustine to New Smyrna Beach and 48 miles from Palatka to Amelia Island.