Joe's Stone Crab Opens 98th Dinner Season Tomorrow, Claws For a Cause Tonight

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Joe's Stone Crab will open for its 98th dinner season tomorrow. (Lunch service, by the way, begins Tuesday.) 

If you can't wait that one extra day (or you forgot to get in on Google's deal last week), you have one last shot at being the first kid on your block to get some sweet claws.

The Children's Home Society's Claws for a Cause is tonight at 7. For $275, you'll get an open bar sponsored by Bacardi, unlimited Rex Goliath wines, a stone crab dinner complete with all the fixings including Joe's hash browns, cole slaw, and Key Lime pie.

Hurry, because there are only a seats left. If you want to get in on tonight's CHS dinner, call Patricia Andrade, associate development director of the Children's Home Society at 305-951-4476.

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