Snockey's Restaurant Coupons and Deals
98 year old raw bar & restaurant lures taste buds to its wares with plump oysters & clams sourced seasonally along with soups & stews
They say oysters are an aphrodisiac. We're not sure if that's true, but we can guarantee that you'll fall in love with today's deal from Snockey's Oyster and Crab House. Pay $15 for $30 worth of food and non-alcoholic drinks at this spot known for seafood so good it'll make you swoon. Cozy up to 15 varieties of oysters at the raw bar, or tempt your tastebuds with fresh fish, scallops, lobster, and crab. We're not the only ones who think this is a match made in heaven -- this South Philly institution has been serving smitten customers for more than 100 years, and is renowned as the oldest continually operating seafood restaurant in the city. You don't need to be a Rockefeller to enjoy these shellfish -- this seductively delicious deal has your name written all over it. Want more? Check out Snockey's Oyster and Crab House on Facebook.
Before fishermen discovered the edibility of fish, they used each catch as bait for larger species, hoping in the end to hook the biggest fish of all—friendship. Catch a meal-mate the easy way with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of seafood at Snockey's Oyster and Crab House. Though the original location has moved since its inception in 1912, the kitchen at Snockey's Oyster and Crab House continues to quell sea-sourced cravings with a variety of fresh underwater specialties. Raw-bar devotees can slurp a sampler of seasonal oysters stacked with three to four varieties of the plumpest and ...
On May 3, 1912 ( 3 weeks after the sinking of the Titanic ) Frank & Rose Snock opened the 1st Snockey's at 142 South St. in Philadelphia. Rose Snock was pregnant at the time as fate would have it, she gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Jean, on the 2nd floor of their newly opened oyster house. Within days Rose was in the kitchen making oyster stews and fried oysters. In 1918, the restaurant moved to 761 S. 2nd St. in the Queen Village section of the city. Rose raised a family of 4 at that location until they purchased an old Ice Cream parlor just off of South St at 523 S. 8th St. in 1931. This would be there home for the next 44 years. Sons Ed & Bob ran the restaurant, under the watchful eye of Rose, from the mid-forties until their retirements in 1996. Ed worked until the age of 82 while Bob retired at 76. Due to illness, Rose finally hung up her apron in 1991 after 79 years in the kitchen. She lived to be 95 years old. In 1975 the restaurant was forced to move (due to progress on South Street !!!) to it's present location at 1020 South 2nd Street. 95 years have come and gone and Snockey's steadfastly maintains it's roots as a "Classic Oyster House". Now run by Ed's sons, Skip and Ken, tradition is as much a part of the menu as is "Mrs Snockey's Oyster Stew"! As the oldest continually operating Seafood Restaurant in Philadelphia the menu now has been expanded to include all the riches of the seas. Scallops, Jumbo Crabs, Mussells, Lobsters, 6 fresh fish daily, and beautiful Crab cakes are featured everyday.From the Raw Bar comes the freshest oysters and plumpest clams that can be found. The oyster selection typically features 6 varieties while both raw and steamed Littleneck, Top Neck, Cherrystones are always available. "All you can eat" Crab nights, are every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdays are extremely popular. With 95 years in business.
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