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Take a Look at the Nautical Digs at Seafood Shack

The dining room at Seafood Shack.
The dining room at Seafood Shack.
[Photos: Chelsea McManus]

Ahoy, mateys. It only seems appropriate that a resort with a pirate theme should have a seafood restaurant of its own making inside.

Yesterday, Treasure Island opened Seafood Shack, a restaurant serving up Coastal American fare from outposts such as Maine, New Orleans and San Francisco.

Fishing lures, colorful globe lights wrapped in fishing net, a ring of fishing boats and more give the space a nautical feel. Most of the decor was reclaimed from old boats, docks and more. Even the anchor was reclaimed from a wreck in the North Sea. Everywhere, another nautical items is on display, including marlins on the wall and crab chairs at the big dining room table that dominates the room.

The restaurant takes over the Isla space.

Expect to find lobster tails, fresh catches of the day, shrimp, steamed clams, oysters in the shell, clam bakes and po' boys on the menu. Craig Taylor, the executive chef at Treasure Island, created the menu.
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Seafood Shack

3300 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 894-7349 Visit Website

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