DISC St. Louis: Krab Kingz takes seafood dining to new level of satisfaction

Krab Kingz in St. Louis is the go-to spot for seafood lovers. Enjoy delicious Snow Crab, Lobster Tail, Large Shrimp and more, as well as the Dynasty Interactive Screen Community (DISC) digital platform, designed to reach new readers and viewers

The dictionary definition of seafood encompasses fresh and saltwater fish and shellfish. For the diehard seafood lovers in St. Louis, the definition is simple: Krab Kingz Seafood.

“Hello welcome to Krab Kingz,” emphatically said owner, Cortez Burnett of the seafood restaurant at 5860 Delmar Blvd. at Hamilton in west St. Louis City.

Krab Kingz, just north of Forest Park, serves up Snow Crab, Lobster Tail, Large Shrimp, and more, and is not far from the St. Louis Zoo. Customers can dine in or order online for carryout.

Get ready for a memorable dining experience at Krab Kingz, Burnet said.

“Krab Kingz, one of the most delightful seafood restaurants that you could experience in a lifetime, is a small minority black owned business that has created a phenomenon,” Burnett said.  “But you can’t experience this unless you come through the doors and try this food that will delightfully take you to another level.” 

As Krab Kingz customers enjoy delicious meals, the restaurant is just one of a growing list of restaurants, event centers, nonprofit agencies and others taking advantage of the indoor digital platform being launched here, allowing visitors to eat and view applicable information to fit their lifestyles.

The indoor digital platform is called Dynasty Interactive Screen Community (DISC) designed to reach new readers and viewers in the most trafficked businesses and institutions throughout the region. The goal is to connect with African American consumers where they live, work and play.  

Burnett says the technology has a firm place in Krab Kingz.  

“It has a lot of value because I was in another place, and I saw my advertisement on the screen and people are constantly watching the screen while waiting on the order,” he said. “They’re looking at the screen and discovering new things that are in St. Louis and throughout the United States.

“I’m grateful and thankful for it.”

David Beckford, Creative Director, and founder of Dynasty Media, founded in St. Louis, is the innovator of the information delivery digital program. DISC has generated over $3.5 million in advertising revenue for its Media Partners since 2019. Beckford said technology is free to establishments to host a screen. He said the benefits are enormous.

“Screen host locations receive free promotion throughout the year,” he said. “Our media and marketing teams work to advertise the business to attract new customers, fill seats at events, and drive revenue. And to be seen and heard by thousands of prospective clients.”

Krab Kingz menu is extremely inviting for seafood lovers. And the sauces makes the seafood heavenly scrumptious, 

“We have crab, legs, sausage, shrimp, corn, potatoes, fried lobster, tail, boil, lobster tail, shrimp, and grits,” Burnett said. “It’s kids friendly and it’s an experience that you will never forget. And don’t forget our five butter flavors: original Cajun, honey, garlic, lemon pepper, and spicy.”


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