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Low-country seafood restaurant cooks up debut in region

Outer Banks Boil Co. plans to open three locations in the region, the first in St. Pete Beach.


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Courtesy. Outer Banks Boil Co., a Carolinian-styled seafood restaurant concept specializing in “true low-country” cuisine, plans to open a trio of new locations in the Tampa Bay area.
Courtesy. Outer Banks Boil Co., a Carolinian-styled seafood restaurant concept specializing in “true low-country” cuisine, plans to open a trio of new locations in the Tampa Bay area.
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Outer Banks Boil Co., a Carolinian-styled seafood restaurant concept specializing in “true low-country” cuisine, plans to open a trio of new locations in the Tampa Bay area.

The takeout and catering franchise, being operated by franchisees James and Jennifer Berlin and Logan Berlin, intend to open their first area location this month in the Dolphin Village Shopping Center in St. Pete Beach, according to a statement. Two other locations are being scouted now around Clearwater Beach and downtown Tampa, possibly in Riverview.

“We’re here to share the time-honored family vacation tradition of a seafood boil, where we combine a unique dining experience with some good old-fashioned fun,” says Logan Berlin, who will be general manager of the inaugural restaurant, in the statement.

“Our goal is to provide our customers not just a meal, but a memory,” Logan Berlin says.

Carolina-style boils feature seafood, sausage and vegetables such as potatoes, onions and corn on the cob, all cooked together in water with spices. The restaurant also features pulled-pork barbeque, coleslaw, cornbread muffins and key lime pie.

Founded in 2012, Outer Banks Boil Co. today has five locations in North Carolina, Maryland and Virginia. The company, which has been franchising since early last year, hopes to open another three- to five locations this year and five in each subsequent year.

 

 

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