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Old 02-02-2013, 08:12 AM   #16
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We were there three years in a row & the shrimp were there each time. I really dont think they remove it on certain days. They had a different fish dish each time. But the other seafood was there each time(not only on those specified nightsthat are listed).
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:32 AM   #17
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I'm waffling between these two. I've done Cape May for breakfast but not dinner and we've eaten at Ohana but with some dietary restrictions I'm leaning towards Cape May just for the variety and ease of getting green salads and sides without noodles and bread pudding tempting me.

Can anyone who has experienced the Clambake give me some insights?
What a choice They are both *must dos* for us. If you like crab legs, you will definitely love Cape Mays. They also have other seafood dishes, plus non-seafood also.
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:35 AM   #18
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We were there three years in a row & the shrimp were there each time. I really dont think they remove it on certain days. They had a different fish dish each time. But the other seafood was there each time(not only on those specified nightsthat are listed).
We go there twice each trip, and have never seen the shrimp on the non-shrimp nights. Was so disappointed, as we love the fried shrimp (not talking about the peel & eat shrimp - they *are* there every night).
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:40 AM   #19
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steamed shrimp come back? I think it was last may we were there and they had shrimp in some sort of salad where the steam shrimp was and the waitress we had said they didn't have the steamed shrimp anymore.
Actually, they did go through a period when they *did not* have the peel & eat shrimp, just the shrimp in a salad. There was such an *out cry* that the peel & eat shrimp are back (as of Dec.) minus the peel - just eat. That's the way it was then anyway!
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This post just changed our reservations, had been up in the air between this and Biegarten. Clambake wins.
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Old 02-02-2013, 09:47 AM   #21
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Actually, they did go through a period when they *did not* have the peel & eat shrimp, just the shrimp in a salad. There was such an *out cry* that the peel & eat shrimp are back (as of Dec.) minus the peel - just eat. That's the way it was then anyway!
Yay! I'm NOT crazy! I knew I ate those!!!

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Old 02-02-2013, 11:53 AM   #22
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Yeah Thanks, I eat a ton of shrimp and I knew they were not there when we were there in may, I was part of that outcry to the staff/managers. Glad to hear they are back. Looking froward to my trip in April.
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we love both places, but we would choose Ohana. Love the Poly and the atomsphere there.
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we love both places, but we would choose Ohana. Love the Poly and the atomsphere there.
I think I"m getting the best of both worlds. We're having breakfast at Kona and dinner at the Clambake that Sunday.
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