Captain George's Restaurant in Virginia
The Finest Seafood Restaurant on the Eastern Seaboard

Welcome To Captain Georges

If you’re looking for delicious, perfectly cooked crab, fish, scallops, or shrimp, come by Captain George’s, the finest seafood restaurant around. With four locations in Williamsburg and Virginia Beach, Virginia, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, you’re never far from the best seafood buffet and catering restaurant on the east coast. Captain George Pitsilides is the man to turn to when you need perfectly cooked top-quality seafood that is prepared to order in a clean, modern environment with superior customer service.

With more than 30 years of experience in the restaurant industry, Captain George knows seafood. However, his passions extend well beyond cooking. He is dedicated to his community, helping to employ hundreds of enthusiastic workers and using his entrepreneurial spirit to better the area. As a philanthropist, Captain George makes it his mission to give as much back to the community as possible. Don’t settle when it comes to your seafood. Come to the restaurant that is owned and operated by a community leader. Learn more about the history of our restaurant and its owner. Other facts about our restaurant chain include:

  • We Steam 1.5 Million Pounds of Crab Legs per Year
  • We Are the Largest Independent Purchaser of Alaskan Snow Crab Legs in the World
  • We Steam 125,000 Pounds of Shrimp per Year
  • We Fry 140,000 Pounds of Fried Shrimp per Year
  • We Serve 250,000 Pounds of Scallops per Year
  • We Cook 200,000 Pounds of Fish Every Year
  • We Use 200,000 Pounds of Fryer Oil per Year
  • We Serve 1 Million Oysters Every Year
  • We Have Served over 40 Million Pounds of Crab Legs over the Past 40 Years

A Seafood Buffet that Knows its Crabs

No one knows crabs better than our seafood restaurant. We prepare them in a variety of different ways, each one sure to amaze your taste buds. Some interesting facts about the delicious snow crabs we serve include:

The habitat of the snow crab includes the Bering Sea, the Sea of Japan, the Chuckchi, Beaufort and Bering Seas and Arctic Ocean at depths less than about 650 feet and on silt and mud habitats.

In 2005, the Discovery Channel premiered "The Deadliest Catch," a documentary/reality show that revolves around snow crab harvesting. True to the show's title, the series reveals how truly hazardous life can be for those who venture into Alaska's Bering Sea to catch this wildly popular crab.
In 2010, almost 22,000 tons of snow crabs were harvested in U.S. fisheries in the Bering Sea. U.S.-caught snow crab makes up about a third of the snow crab for sale in the United States.

  • Male snow crabs can live up to 20 years.
  • The male snow crab is much larger than the female with a leg span of around 35 inches versus the female's 15.
  • A female can produce 1,200 to 160,000 eggs, depending on her size.
  • To grow, crabs must shed their shells to produce a new one. This process is called molting. A crab does this around 15 to 20 times during its lifetime.

When you and your family are ready for a seafood meal you’ll never forget, contact us or stop by to learn more about our food. We are proud to serve Virginia Beach and Williamsburg, Virginia, and the surrounding areas, as well as Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


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