Finally, Little Rock has the Seafood Burger, the creation of retired Green Bay Packer linebacker K.D. Williams, thanks to the opening of Williams’ The Capital’s Seafood House, 1706 W. Third St., across from the state Capitol. Williams, who played for Henderson State University, is bringing to Little Rock the seafood specialties he serves at his Tampa, Fla., restaurant, K&D Crustaceans.

The Capital’s Seafood House officially opened its doors Monday. The menu includes lobster tails from Maine, crab and shrimp from Louisiana, pasta, po’boys and more. The Seafood Burger is a combination of lobster, crab and shrimp and is $17 (it comes with fries). General manager Tonya Dyson also talked up the lobster roll ($15). The full menu is supposed to go up this week at Prince Williams is chef.


Hours are 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. The phone number is 214-1441, but on Monday at least it was answered with a recording saying the restaurant had not yet opened. Hang on though, because the call then goes through to the restaurant.