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Captain Chuck-a-Muck’s Ship Store and Grill, Smithfield Va

Captain Chuck-a-Muck’s Ship Store and Grill,   Smithfield Va

Secret Hideout #2 is a family owned and operated restaurant located in beautiful downtown Rescue, Virginia on Jones Creek. In a laid-back, non-smoking atmosphere, friends can enjoy fresh, local seafood as well as regular steak and chicken specials, home made key lime pie and, if you’re up to it, our world-famous Jamaican Jet Fuel.

Captain Chuck-a-Muck’s serves primarily fresh local seafood.  Choices include local hard and soft crabs (in season), grilled or fried rockfish and other local fish plus shrimp, scallops, and oysters, steamed or fried.  Non-seafood-loving patrons can order a burger, grilled chicken salad, chicken tenders, as well as occasional char-grilled steak specials. Specialties of the house include the captain’s homemade “unisex” crab soup, crab cakes, crabmeat a gratin, and key lime pie. The crab soup is considered “unisex” because each crab is not checked to determine gender.

Directions from the peninsula:

Go over the James River Bridge from Newport News.  Turn right at the 2nd light after the bridge (Smith’s Neck Rd.).  Continue on Smith’s Neck to the 3-way stop sign.  Turn left here (Rescue Rd.).  Take the next right onto Center St., then the next left onto Marina Rd.  The restaurant is on the left.  If you hit water (Jones Creek), you’ve gone too far