The Brooklyn Crab team has been working hard at building the shack itself, the tables, bar and bar stools.  Your old chairs of any variety (crab free, of course) would be greatly appreciated.

Chairs may be dropped off at 24 Reed St. in front of the lot.

Pick-ups may be scheduled after March 1st.  We can not, however, guarantee pick-ups for under ten chairs.

To schedule a pick-up after or for questions regarding chair donations; Email Rachel at

Views of the New York Harbor from Brooklyn Crab’s upper deck.

Owners of the reputable Alma Restaurant on Columbia St. in Brooklyn, New York are on to something new. Brooklyn Crab in the neighborhood of Red Hook is on the rise. This time around these two visionaries of Alma will whistle entirely to their own tune with food and a vibe that reflects their own passions; fishing, family and seafood.

Brooklyn Crab, built on two decks overlooking the New York harbor, will offer seafood fare from all the way up the Atlantic coast and down to the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to an extensive raw bar, Brooklyn Crab will also serve, salads, soups, sandwiches and steak to please both vegetarian and carnivore pallets.