If you've ever been to Miami or eaten a crustacean, chances are good you're familiar with Joe's Stone Crab.
The Miami Beach institution has been around for 110 years, and it helped to popularize stone crabs locally, which weren't eaten at the time.
Visiting the restaurant is a rite of passage for anyone coming to Miami, but this is 2023 — so until we can 3D print those crabs at home, Joe's has partnered with Goldbelly to send them straight to your door.
You can choose from a variety of options, starting with a la carte crab claws available in four sizes—small to jumbo—and in servings that feed between two and 10 people. Each order comes with Joe’s signature mustard sauce and a bib.
More comprehensive feasts are available to feed a crowd. Those come with sides, like stone crab bisque, coleslaw and creamed spinach, and they also include a cracking board, a mallet and cocktail forks. So it's everything you need to host a successful gathering.
In addition to crab claws, you can also get Alaskan golden king crab, crab cakes and lobster tails. And for dessert, there's the restaurant's beloved key lime pie.
The food is joined by a few accessories, like a Joe's cookbook, copper mugs, a pin and a crab claw key chain.
Because you're less likely to lose your keys if they're attached to a delicious-looking crab claw.