The opportunity for soft shell crab is quick. It only comes once a year. And that time is now. The ninth annual Soft Shell Crab Festival on April 18th in Port Royal is a chance to savor these delicacies. Spring is the time for soft shell crabs and the Old Village in Port Royal is the place to enjoy soft shell crabs.
The 12th annual Soft Shell Crab Festival will be noon-5 p.m. April 21 along Paris Avenue in Port Royal. Restaurants will serve up varieties of soft shell crab along with barbecue, burgers, ice cream and other seafood. The festival also features an array of artisans and businesses. Admission is free.
Come to Parris Avenue in the Village of Port Royal and delight in a Lowcountry Favorite, Soft Shell Crab. Activities include a classic Car Show, Craft Fair and Flea Market. There will be lots of food vendors, lots of Soft Shell Crabs, Beer and Soda! Fun for everyone includes vendors, crafts, children's entertainment, Food, live music and the annual crab race. Local restaurants will serve up varieties of soft shell crab in clever variations, barbecue, burgers, ice cream, other seafood and more food will be available. There will also be a Spring Festival for the kids with rides and fun. The Lowcountry Estuarium and Port Royal Historic Foundation will be attending as well as Fire Department, Port Royal Police, Clemson Cooperative and other local organizations.
If you live in an apartment in Beaufort, SC then come to the festival and enjoy the food vendors, artists and crafters lined up on Paris Avenue.
More information - beaufort.com and eventcrazy.com