Crab N Spice’s Las Vegas Expansion Continues with Spring Mountain Rd Location, Others to Follow

Crab N Spice offers a prodigious selection of seafoods
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In addition to Crab N Spice’s upcoming location on Lake Mead Blvd, which opens in early November, another of the chain’s Cajun seafood restaurants is set start serving its famous seafood boil soon, this time on Spring Mountain Road.

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The restaurant, which is under separate franchise ownership from the one on Lake Mead, recently put out a call for applications from prospective employees.

The franchisee for the Spring Mountain restaurant confirmed this news in a phone call with What Now Las Vegas on Monday afternoon. He added that, assuming the new outpost of the successful chain is itself a success, further locations are expected to follow under his direction, working closely with the corporation.

In a phone call on the same day, franchise owner of the Lake Mead Blvd location Macmillian Latayan told What Now Las Vegas that a total of five locations are currently being planned for the chain. Latayan himself expects to open one or two new locations a year.

Crab N Spice offers a prodigious selection of seafoods including king crab legs, dungeness crab, shrimp, mussels, clams, crawfish, lobster tail, and snow crab legs, all served by the pound. Guests can choose a flavor and a level of spice (ranging from original to “Assassin8”) for their seafood boil, and can also choose from a selection of fried options like calamari, fried tilapia, fried cod, and cajun fries.

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Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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