The windows and door of Krazy Mike's are all silvered over and reflective, so there's no way of seeing from the outside what's inside.
Imagine our surprise when we discovered that the decor at Krazy Mike's is closer to that of Red Lobster (and we mean that in a good way) than the plain-and-simple setup typical of most shrimp-and-wing places.
One side of the restaurant is paneled in wood; the other side is partially lined in brick. Most of the kitchen area is sided with corrugated aluminum. In between, tabletops are covered in maroon vinyl; chairs and booth-backs are clad in blue vinyl with maroon accents. Either of the two flat-screen TVs could be showing news, sports or a movie, depending on the whim of whoever has control of the remote.
There's a near-riot of fish- and wharf-related decorations on the walls and on the countertops, including a gull-doll atop a piling and our favorite, a stylized wooden sturgeon, which used to sit atop the sneeze guard on the front counter but has since moved to the top of a refrigerator in the partially open kitchen to make room for extra bottles of hot sauce.