Canadian seafood franchise The Captain’s Boil has officially cast an anchor in the U.S. with the opening of the country’s first location in Cumberland Mall, at 2680 Cumberland Mall #1615. There are plans for three more local outposts — Woodstock, Lawrenceville, and Sandy Springs — set to open in the coming months.
With more than 20 locations throughout Canada, The Captain’s Boil is known for its cajun seafood boils, with a combination of Asian and southern influences, and traditional sides.
“We can’t believe the time has finally come to give Atlanta a taste of the seafood we’ve known and loved for quite some time,” Eugene Chan, CEO of The Captain’s Boil, said in a press release Thursday. “We’re proud to offer our authentically delicious seafood and sides to the greater metro area.”
The modern-casual seafood joint’s menu offers nine catches to choose from including shrimp, crab legs, lobster, mussels, clams, and crawfish that are doused in one of four flavors including garlic, lemon pepper, Cajun, or a signature house sauce combining all three. The Captain’s Boil allows guests to select their spice level on a scale from one to four. Finish off with picks from the selection of add-ons like corn, sausage, potatoes, Cajun fries, and okra, as well as a choice of ten unique dipping sauces that bring everything together.
For the hungriest of crews, the “shareables” menu includes starters like seafood fried rice, calamari, oysters, a heaping shrimp basket, and several more options for the whole table. Guests can dive into the traditional boil presentation with all the necessities including The Captain’s Boil gloves, bibs, and scissors.
Though doors are open, The Captain’s Boil will host an official grand opening celebration complete with live music, face painting, giveaways, free samples, and other fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. The grand opening event will take place at the Cumberland Mall location on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
“We have dedicated a great amount of thought and time into our US locations and are eager to see it all come to life,” said Chan.