Deconstructed Party

Crow's Nest


We hope you’re craving seafood and Italian tonight, because you can have both with the Open-Faced Seafood Ravioli, aka party on a plate. Crow’s Nest collided an ever-popular pasta dish with all your favorite shellfishes so you get the best of both worlds in one order of saucey goodness. The Open-Faced Seafood Ravioli starts off with a big ol’ sheet of sundried tomato pasta ostensibly laid open to show off the mass amount of Gulf shrimp, Georges Bank sea scallops and jumbo lump crab dogpiling on top of it. Also mixed in are sauteed spinach, fresh ricotta and shaved mozzarella—covered in a chunky marinara sauce and served with a toasted garlic crostini sidekick. Enjoy the views of this deconstructed dish, along with the prime views of South Jetty from Crow’s Nest’s waterfront dining room. A pinot noir goes along nicely with this red dish, such as Foxen ‘15 from Santa Maria Valley or the King Estate ‘15 from Oregon. These wines and so many more can be found on Crow’s Nest extensive Cellar Wine List. Bon Appetit!

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Photo by Wyatt Kostygan.

Crow's Nest Restaurant and Marina, $28, 1968 Tarpon Center Dr., Venice, 941-484-9551.

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