Live Seafood




Live Maine lobster from Massachusetts. Our lobsters are 4lbs and above each!





Vibrant in color, this crustacean is also known as the spiny lobster.


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Primarily found in the coasts of Monterey Bay, California, the Pacific Lobster have a sweeter taste and texture in comparison to the popular Maine Lobsters. Its bright and reddish color lights up our seafood tank!



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The live Alaskan King Crab! This gigantic crab can be found in the ice cold waters of the Bering Sea. Normally over three foot span, the beautiful Alaskan King Crab has been protected from over fishing.


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The live Australian King Crab! It looks like something from a Hollywood Sci-Fi movie, it is known scientifically as the The Tasmanian giant crab. This slow moving creature has giant scissor claws and represents the star of the our seafood tank during our popular CES convention in Las Vegas.


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Another International traveler to our Joyful House Seafood tanks, the Crystal Crab from New Zealand is completely white in color, and absolutely delicious when steamed with minced garlic.


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The popular Dungeness crab from our our northern neighbors of Canada. Try our Typhoon Dungeness crab! A popular seafood entree commonly found in the restaurants of Hong Kong.





Live shrimp you say? We got you covered with the Santa Barbara Spot Prawns. Once you have ours steamed with garlic soy sauce, you wouldn’t be able to resist a second serving.





The accurate pronunciation for this bivalve mollusks is “gooey-duck”. The Pacific Geoduck saltwater clam sports a long neck siphon. Fun fact, it can live up to 168 years old! Wow!


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The Australian Coral Cod is our most graceful live seafood offered here at Joyful House. This international guest is a very common live fish entree found at the dinner tables of Hong Kong.





A bottom ocean dweller, you will see this fish lay dormant in our seafood tanks.





The Goby Fish from Vietnam. This white fish has a flakey texture and represents a wonderful introduction to having live fish at Joyful House.