Star-Bulletin Features

Sunday, June 2, 2002


Dining events at restaurants around town

Star-Bulletin Staff

Feelin' crabby?

Dixie Grill's annual Crabfest begins tomorrow and runs through June 23 at the Ward Avenue and Aiea restaurants.

On the menu at both restaurants: "Crabatizers" such as beer-battered crab cakes and barbecued crab and shrimp with garlic bread; and entrees including whole Dungeness crab, king crab legs, crab-stuffed blackened ahi, soft-shell or crab cake po' boy and the new crab BLT.

Daily specials: All-you-can-eat (in one hour) snow crab, 3 to 6 p.m. Mondays ($19.95); beef ribs and crab combo Tuesdays ($17.95); shrimp and crab etouffée Fridays ($11.95); snow crab and oysters on the half shell Saturdays ($15.95); and blackened rib eye and snow crab combination Sundays ($17.95).

Call 596-8359 (Ward) or 485-CRAB (Aiea).

Special events

3660 on the Rise: John Sarich, culinary director of Chateau Ste. Michelle shares the kitchen with chef Russell Siu to present a five-course dinner with wines, 6 p.m. June 10. Sarich is the founder of Seattle's Adriatica Restaurant. Cost is $65. Call 737-1177.

All-American Buffet: The Parc Cafe's culinary tour of the country continues in June with foods of the heartland. The buffet line will feature freshwater trout, corn chowder, pork medallions with Granny Smith apples, Sioux City ground beef salad and pot pie. The Sandwich Station will offer sandwiches made with Iowa fried pork loin, Wisconsin bratwurst, sirloin steak and Midwestern loose meat. The All-American Buffet is offered Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Cost is $15.95. Call 931-6643.

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