The decks are scrubbed and ready for you and your mateys to walk the plank at The Seafood Shack restaurant in Treasure Island. This casual dining eatery is appropriately decorated to make you feel like you walked straight under the deck of a pirate boat. The fresh seafood options available and lively atmosphere make it one of the best restaurants for large groups or families in Las Vegas.

I’ll take you through menu options and give you my honest opinion on whether it’s worth trying. Plus, I’ll give you some tips on what to order and what to avoid so you can make the most of your dining experience at the Shack.

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Discover the Seafood Bounty at The Seafood Shack 

As the name of the restaurant implies, you’ll be surrounded by fresh and cooked seafood menu items at the Shack. Catches of the day give you a taste of the ocean that you can’t find anywhere else in Vegas. Plus, the Shack offers a variety of dishes that cater to all types of seafood lovers.

The Seafood Shack Menu

Seafood Shack Menu – Treasure Island Las Vegas


Most of the appetizers at The Seafood Shack are relatively straightforward and are what you would expect from a seafood restaurant. Pan Fried Crab Cakes, Fried Calamari, and Shrimp Ceviche are all available but you’ll also get a couple more innovative apps.

The Seafood Stuffed Mushroom is highly recommended but the Shack Nachos are something you don’t get every day. Tortilla chips baked with cheese sauce, guacamole, and your choice of plain, blackened chicken, or shrimp. Almost all items are below $20 except for the crab cakes which are $24.95.

Soups and Salads

A small section of soups and salads are available for healthy-conscious eaters at The Seafood Shack. The Garden Salad and The Wedge are classics while the Shack Caesar lets you have the option to add your choice of protein: chicken, shrimp, or salmon.

The lone soup on the menu is a classic New England Clam Chowder that includes applewood-smoked bacon. If that doesn’t sound good enough on its own, the entire soup is served inside a sourdough bread bowl. Only The Wedge is over $15 but if you add some protein to the caesar salad then you could be paying almost $30.

A screenshot of appetizers and a mojito from the Seafood Shack restaurant in Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


While the menu has a separate section for just seafood, you’ll still find plenty of it in the entrees section. Linguini and Clams, Angel Hair Pasta with Sea Scallops, and a Blackened Fish Sandwich will please the taste buds of any palate. The real star of the entree section though is the Cajun Seafood Pasta which has a mix of your favorite ocean shellfish.

If for some reason seafood isn’t what you’re craving, a Grilled Chicken Sandwich and a Shack Burger are still great tasting options. Items range in price from $19.95 to $37.95 for these meals.


With so much seafood on the menu, the Shack has an entire menu section dedicated to the fresh fish they get every day. For the top of the line catches, you get choices between Tilapia, Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Crab Legs, and a whole pound of Maine Lobster.

If you want something more substantial, the Pan Roasts come with scallops, shrimp, clams, mussels, and lobster served with your choice of sauce. A classic Clam Bake is available and you can choose your style between East Coast and West Coast.

The traditional fish fry is even available with your choice between Fish and Chips and the Fried Shrimp Platter. While most dishes are between $25 and $30, the clam bake and pan roasts are significantly more.

A screenshot of various entree items from the Seafood Shack restaurant in Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


Even though most of the specialty options are more expensive, one bite will make you realize why they are worth it. From Pan Roasted Sea Scallops to Seafood Stuffed Salmon, you won’t be disappointed choosing anything from this menu section. You even have some steak options between a ribeye and a filet mignon that just happens to be stuffed with Shrimp. Expect to pay no less than $35 for these menu items and no more than $55.

A screenshot of various main course items from the Seafood Shack restaurant in Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


The dessert selection at the Seafood Shack is the perfect way to end your meal. Key Lime Pie and Chocolate Layer Cake are two of the most popular but the Trio of Sorbets and the Mug of Strawberry Shortcake won’t leave you unsatisfied. What makes it even better is that no matter what you choose, they are all priced the same at $7.95.


The beverage menu is different from what you would see at other restaurants along the Las Vegas strip. What most landlubbers try out are the mojitos where you will find an impressive seven different options.

The menu also includes several types of margaritas and a handful of cocktails to choose from. There are also five different beers to wash down your chow with. Most items are around $14 or $15 so you won’t have to worry about drinks being almost as expensive as your entree.

Reservations at The Seafood Shack 

The Seafood Shack in Treasure Island uses the Opentable restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit/cancel a reservation if plans change. 

Opentable doesn’t require you to create an account, but if you do, you can earn points each time you make a reservation and complete your dining experience. Points can be redeemed for various perks including Amazon Gift Cards!

What’s the Atmosphere Like at The Seafood Shack?

Eating at The Seafood Shack is just as fun as it looks. The entire interior is decorated with nautical and ocean-inspired memorabilia. There is lots of wood used to make you feel as if you were walking along the deck of an old ship. Even the pillars holding up the ceiling are painted ocean green to give an underwater feel.

A screenshot of the main dining room at the Seafood Shack restaurant in Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The lively atmosphere makes eating at The Seafood Shack fun and inviting. Bringing your family or a small group is perfect since everyone can relax while still enjoying delicious seafood.

Things To Know About The Seafood Shack in Treasure Island

Location: If you are in the casino, The Seafood Shack is located at the North end between the Golden Circle Sportsbook bar and the restrooms.

Hours of Operation:

  • Mon-Tues | Closed
  • Wed-Sun | 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
  • Hours subject to change

Mojito Bar

  • Wed-Sun | 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Hours subject to change

Dress Code: There is a casual dress code in The Seafood Shack. You will not be able to enter without a shirt or shoes but most attire is acceptable.

Price: For a couple eating at The Seafood Shack, expect to pay between $100 – $150. Having alcoholic drinks will increase the price from $30 – $60.

TI Players Club Dining Perks: Treasure Island Las Vegas has a player’s rewards program that offers all kinds of benefits including those for dining if you’re a member. Membership is free. You can find more information here at TI Players Club.

The Seafood Shack in Summary

Filled with fresh and cooked seafood dishes that elevate the casual restaurant, The Seafood Shack has a fun and inviting atmosphere anyone can appreciate. You’ll love the ocean-themed decorations and your taste buds will go crazy over the fresh fish flavors. Thank you for reading through my review of The Seafood Shack and for checking out the Las Vegas Report.

If you’re looking for more dining options at this amazing resort, check out our complete guide to restaurants in Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.

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