1831 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 33134
(Located inside of MKT Kitchen)
Frequently asked questions
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The Florida Stone Crab Season opens on Thursday, October 15th and ends May 1st. Our crabs are fresh, never frozen.
Our Stone Crabs are caught and cooked daily right off the boat from the Florida Keys. Our policy is Fresh never Frozen!
Delivery rates are calculated based on a mile radius from our Coral Gables location. We strongly recommend you go through the checkout process to get the most accurate pricing. Feel free to contact us if you are outside of our delivery zone so that we can accommodate accordingly.
The recommended serving size for Stone Crabs is 1.5lbs per person. So, dinner for 2 would be 3 lbs., dinner for 4 would be 6lbs, etc. Claw count varies by claw size selected.
We will provide a complimentary 3.5 oz. the container of mustard sauce for every pound of stone crab. You will have an option to add more during checkout.
When you receive your order in our 100% recycled box, simply remove the lid and place them in the coldest part of your refrigerator. We recommend that you eat your Stone Crab order on the same day for the freshest experience.
They will last up to a week but taste better the sooner they are eaten. We doubt they will stay uneaten long!
You can eat them the following day, but we recommend that you eat them the day you receive them if they are cracked.
Aside from being delicious, stone crabs are 100% sustainable. They are the ultimate renewable seafood resource. Only one claw is removed during harvest. The crab is then released back into the water where it will regrow its claw 6-7 x during its life.
Stone crabs are low in calories and are rich in protein. The delicate meat is loaded with minerals and nutrients.
The black spots are little bruises from sea urchins’ spines and scrapes from the ocean floor. We agree that they are a bit un-easy on the eye, especially if you are not aware that this is perfectly normal and edible still. Our recommendation is to dip it in some sauce and enjoy.