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According to the Krusty Krab Training Video, employees work under the unfortunately named philosophy of "'''''POOP'''''" which stands for '''P'''eople '''O'''rder '''O'''ur '''P'''atties. This video also explains how employees are required to maintain personal hygiene, keep their work station tidy and free of droppings, and keep supplies clean and organized. Employees must also be prepared for an emergency situation and watch out for Plankton.
According to the Krusty Krab Training Video, employees work under the unfortunately named philosophy of "'''''POOP'''''" which stands for '''P'''eople '''O'''rder '''O'''ur '''P'''atties. This video also explains how employees are required to maintain personal hygiene, keep their work station tidy and free of droppings, and keep supplies clean and organized. Employees must also be prepared for an emergency situation and watch out for Plankton.

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The Krusty Krab! Come spend your money here!

The Krusty Krab is a fast food restaurant located in Bikini Bottom, founded and owned by Eugene H. Krabs. It is also the most popular restaurant in Bikini Bottom. It first appears in the pilot episode "Help Wanted."

Famous for its Krabby Patty sandwiches, it is a rival to Plankton's not-so-popular across-the-street restaurant called the Chum Bucket. Its employees are SpongeBob SquarePants and Squidward Tentacles, respectively the fry cook and cashier.


Mr. Krabs loves money and it is openly concerned about his profits above all else. Because of this, he pays his employees very cheaply but SpongeBob does not care and sells his food for expensive prices.

The reason the restaurant is so popular is because of the Krabby Patty, a burger with a very top secret recipe, which has almost always been the signature Krusty Krab dish. Other Krusty Krab grub includes typical fast food products such as french fries and sodas, as well as underwater foods such as coral bits and Kelp rings.

All of these items make up the Galley Grub, the food menu of the Krusty Krab. The Krusty
Krab's employees include SpongeBob SquarePants as the fry cook and Squidward Tentacles as the cashier.

SpongeBob loves his job and is great at it while Squidward is the exact opposite and hates his job and is terrible at it. The two employees work great together (according to SpongeBob) and terrible (according to Squidward); Squidward is annoyed by SpongeBob while SpongeBob considers him to be one of his best friends.

The Krusty Krab's main business competitor is the Chum Bucket, owned by Plankton, Mr. Krabs' worst enemy and former best friend.

While the Chum Bucket, the restaurant's only competitor usually fails, there have been some short instances when the Chum Bucket was not failing. These infrequent short periods of time are the only times when the Krusty Krab has any competition. Stephen Hillenburg's original name for the Krusty Krab was the "Crusty Crab," but he decided the intentional misspellings of the "C"s for "K"s  was funnier.

The building itself may have once been an old New England lobster trap since it greatly resembles one. The original owners may have found the trap lying at the bottom of the ocean, and fixed it up and turned it into a building. Another theory is that the building could have been purposely designed to resemble a lobster trap so it could look more nautical than a regular building.

In one version of the origin, the Krusty Krab was born when Mr. Krabs, who had been secluded in a deep depression after serving in the military that seemed endless, acquired a bankrupt retirement home called "The Rusty Krab."[2]

However, in another version of the origin, depicting that Mr. Krabs was once a seafaring pirate and that the Krusty Krab was originally his ship.[3]

However, it is said that after retiring from piracy, Mr. Krabs sold his ship. He could have purchased the retirement home after this, and it could have been a coincidence that it was called the Rusty Krab and had the same shell design as Mr. Krabs' ship.

In "Friend or Foe," which revealed the origin of Mr. Krabs and Plankton's rivalry, it is shown that Mr. Krabs first went into the fast food business in his childhood. The Krabby Patty secret formula was created when a shelf was broken during Krabs and Plankton's struggles, making various ingredients slide into the patty batter. However, other episodes, most notably "Enemy In-Law," state that the Krabby Patty and its formula is a family recipe, such as in "Dunces and Dragons," which shows that the Krabby Patty was first served in medieval times by King Krabs, an ancestor of Mr. Krabs, who was introduced to it as a result of SpongeBob and Patrick's time traveling. As for salaries, Squidward and SpongeBob, the only two employees besides their boss Mr. Krabs, have varying salaries depending on the episode that are mostly for the joke. In some instances, they are paid an actual (if not minimal) paycheck, while some other instances show that they actually are to pay Mr. Krabs (this is most notable in the episode "Squid on Strike," where Squidward is forced to pay for his services). Another episode shows they are paid only one nickel (5 cents) a day, according to an episode in which Squidward mentions this fact and SpongeBob cannot stop laughing. "One Coarse Meal" shows that Mr. Krabs pays SpongeBob with Wacky bucks, a fake currency which obviously has no value, only just for a gag. In yet another episode, SpongeBob states that he had to pay Mr. Krabs $100 an hour when he first started working.

Design and Features


The Krusty Krab building has a wooden chassis with glass windows/walls and appears from the outside as an old lobster trap. There is a large clam-shaped sign in front of the building, similar to those used by real-life fast food restaurants, and five international maritime signal flags above the front door. There is a pole outside its right window as seen in the episode "My Pretty Seahorse." It shares a resemblance to a New England lobster trap. It might have just been built to look like a lobster trap, but it is also possible that it was actually formed from an old sunken lobster trap.

Parking Lot

There is no parking lot, although boats always park outside on a road surrounding the restaurant. It is unknown how so many customers can fit inside the Krusty Krab, when there are no cars, but most customers walk to the restaurant, as seen in many episodes including it.


The drive-thru is seen throughout the first four seasons, but its most notable appearance is in the episode "Driven to Tears" when Mr. Krabs introduces it to SpongeBob. It is removed until the episode "Drive Thru," when an un-repaired hole is mistaken for a drive-thru, causing chaos at the Krusty Krab. Its purpose was to serve travelers and tourists that did not have time to eat at the Krusty Krab. In "Driven to Tears," it resembles a modern drive-thru, but in its latest appearance, it is cheaply built. It used tin cans with string for microphones, old napkins for a menu board, and a bent noodle for a sign. The drive-thru was gotten rid of after it caused chaos in the Krusty Krab. There is another drive-thru on the backside of the restaurant which appears in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water when Sandy is ordering Krabby Patties.

Other exterior features

In the episode "The Clash of Triton," Mr. Krabs is seen placing a wooden sign saying "No Refunds" to the ticket-buying crowd watching the boring drama within the Krusty Krab.


Like other buildings in the series, the Krusty Krab's interior design is sometimes highly inconsistent between episodes. The Krusty Krab's basic
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Interior of the Krusty Krab

floor plan consists of one main eating area, with the kitchen, Mr. Krabs' office, and bathrooms in separate rooms at the back of the building. There is also a crow's nest located in one of the pillars.

Dining area

The order stand consists of a small boat directly in front of the window leading to the kitchen.

To go with the show's nautical theme, the Krusty Krab bears a striking resemblance to a New England lobster trap. When someone first enters inside, there is the main eating area, which, like most fast-food joints, is the largest room in the restaurant. The tables are made out of sailing ship steering wheels, with barrels as chairs. Near the kitchen door is the order station, where the cash register is located and where Squidward works, taking customers' orders and giving them to SpongeBob through the order window which is shaped like the bow of a ship. In some episodes, there is a salad stand near the order window, and a "Condiment Island" stand, with ketchup and the like. At the back of the building are many rooms, which are very inconsistent but mostly correct in the following order. In "Krabs à la Mode," a thermostat is shown inside of the Krusty Krab. Mr. Krabs installs a ceiling fan in "SpongeBob vs. The Big One." It also has a small area in between the roof of the kitchen, Mr. Krabs' office, and the bathrooms, which appears to be a storage area. It is featured in "Penny Foolish," when Squidward sits on a box holding a flashlight over Krabs, and in "Truth or Square," when the crew broke a ventilation vent in order to get off of the air ducts. The Krusty Krab also features a "lock down" mode, in which metal plates guard the doors and windows.


On the far left is Mr. Krabs' office where Mr. Krabs works as an employer, with a money safe, a desk made out of an old sea trunk, chairs made out of old barrels, pictures, money on the wall, etc. There is also a door to the kitchen, where Krabs can check on SpongeBob from the kitchen.
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Mr. Krabs office

The safe is also where the Krabby Patty secret formula is located most of the time, and Mr. Krabs' money is hidden.

There is a running gag where Krabs is seen admiring money in some way. This includes Mr. Krabs taking a money bath in the episode Nasty Patty. Sometimes he gets caught in the act by SpongeBob.

The safe is commonly found at the back wall of the office. There is a desk made out of a trunk, and two chairs made out of barrels. There are paintings along the walls as well. On one side of the room, is the entrance to the kitchen, to check on SpongeBob. On the other side of the wall, there are flags, a window, and a shelf where it holds artifacts.

In the episode "Mermaid Pants," it is revealed that Mr. Krabs has a secret room behind the shelf where he stores many comic books. Mr. Krabs pulls on one of the books, revealing another secret room where his Captain Tightwad outfit is stored behind the back wall of the secret room.

Regarding its role in the series, many appearances of Mr. Krabs' office occur whenever employees need or want to see Mr. Krabs. In the episode "The Algae's Always Greener," however, it is the place where Mr. Plankton, Plankton's Mr. Krabs life-switched counterpart, resides.


The kitchen is SpongeBob's station where he makes the Krabby Patties and stores his cleaning supplies. It has a grill for cooking patties. There are storage cupboards for ingredients. A window is seen, which is used to place orders and to serve them once they are done. The kitchen is commonly used as a storage space.
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The Kitchen

The grill sits in the middle of an internal wall of the Krusty Krab, with a kitchen window placed above the grill, in which SpongeBob can easily give the Krabby Patties to Squidward. To the right of the grill is a fryer. On the back wall is a cupboard and some wooden barrels. One of the walls consistently has a bottle of ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise on a kitchen shelf, as well as many black-colored pots and pans hanging on the wall.

In some episodes, it is vast, holding a "Patty Vault" full of Krabby Patties, a freezer that Squidward was frozen in for 2,000 years once, and many other hallways and rooms. Also, as seen in "Planet of the Jellyfish," the freezer now holds cases of mayonnaise. It has a refrigerator before in "Pat No Pay." According to the episode "Restraining SpongeBob," the kitchen's width is about 15 ft.

In the episode "Lost and Found," a trapdoor is located in the kitchen, leading to the Krusty Krab's "Lost and Found" room, where all items and people lost in the restaurant are stored until they're reclaimed.


There is one restroom located on the far back right of the dining room. It has urinals, toilets, and sinks. A sign saying to wash fins can be seen written in both English and Spanish. In most episodes, there are two or sometimes three stalls.
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The Restroom

Other interior features

Most notably in "Truth or Square," there is shown to be many nooks and crannies in the Krusty Krab, such as a massive ventilation system. That system also has a surveillance room where
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there are computers that spy on every house in Bikini Bottom. In various episodes, it is shown to be hosts to several secret passages and rooms. Some examples are found in "Truth or Square" and "Chum Bucket Supreme."
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There is also a storage room where food and other items are commonly stored.

In the episode "Breakin'", an "Employee Break Room" is shown. The door of the room is located between the ones for the kitchen and the restroom, and it is hidden underneath the metal plating of the wall, a layer of wallpaper, and a layer of brick wall. The room's interior features a table and a chair, an old microwave and an old fridge, some shelves with miscellaneous items in them, a few posters, and a lightbulb hanging from the ceiling.

At the end of the episode "Squidtastic Voyage" shows Mr. Krabs wiping a "No Refunds" sign inscribed onto a golden slab near Squidward's workstation.


Apart from its excellent food, the Krusty Krab exhibits many of the undesirable qualities of real-life fast food restaurants. It is dirty and cheaply maintained, and the building is sometimes shown to be in a state of disrepair. This is shown by the "faulty wiring" and green slime oozing from the walls in "Graveyard Shift."


In the "Krusty Krab Training Video," basic features of modern fast food restaurants implemented by the Krusty Krab are described as "the latest achievements in fast food technology" and given extravagant descriptions. This "technology" includes:

  • Spatula: "Advanced patty-control mechanism."
  • Cash register: "Automated money-handling system." (Don't touch!)
  • Ice cubes: "Imported high quality temperature devices."
  • Straws: "Prototype liquid transfer machines."
  • Ketchup packets: "State of the art condiment dispersal units."

Galley Grub

Main article: Galley Grub
The Galley Grub is the menu of the Krusty Krab. The menu is shown differently at times. The menus usually contain meals, side dishes, and beverages. The Krabby Patty is present on every menu ever shown. In "Pickles," it is revealed in very small, almost impossible-to-read print that refunds are guaranteed, but in other episodes there are no refunds, or there may be, but because it is so small and impossible to read unless the camera focuses directly onto the guarantee, it is impossible to determine if a menu is written. The biggest menu that has been made was shown in the episode "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V."

List of items

In various other episodes, there are foods and drinks mentioned, but not shown in the Galley Grub. Some of the products are even mentioned more than once, whether or not they are in the Galley Grub.


Item Appearance(s) Notes
Adult Sized Krabby Patty "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V"
Artistic Advice "The Googly Artiste"
Barnacle Rings "Clams" A parody of onion rings.
Buttered Barnacles "Nasty Patty"
Captain Olaf's Special "Bubble Buddy"
Chili Coral Bits "Plankton's Army"
Chili Kelp Fries
Chili Oyster Skins "Plankton's Army"
Chopper Patty "Born to Be Wild" A Krabby Patty with a motorcycle-shaped patty, also for "The Wild Ones."
Coral bits "Pickles"
"Krusty Krab Training Video"
"Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V"
$1.95 in "Pickles" and "Krusty Krab Training Video." In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," the prices are $1.00 for small, $1.25 for medium, and $1.50 for large.
Cream Filled Coral "Restraining SpongeBob"
Crying Johnny "Pickles" A Krabby Patty with extra onions.
Deluxe Krabby Patty "The Algae's Always Greener"
"Greasy Buffoons"
A Krabby Patty with double the grease.
Diet Dr. Kelp "Pizza Delivery" A parody of Diet Dr. Pepper.
Diet Red Tide "Nasty Patty"
Diet Shampoo (for Bubble Buddy) "Bubble Buddy"
Double Chili Kelp Fries "Graveyard Shift"
Double Fried Kelp Fritter "Restraining SpongeBob"
Double Krabby Meal "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $3.75.
Double Krabby Patty "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" $2.00 in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," $2.50 with cheese
Double Patty Patty "Bubble Buddy"
Double Triple Bossy Deluxe "Pickles" Bubble Bass ordered this item, and instructed SpongeBob that his special order be "on a raft, 4x4 animal style, extra shingles with a shimmy and a squeeze, light axle grease, make it cry, burn it, and let it swim." This order is a parody of the "secret menu" orders at In-N-Out Burger.
Executive Treatment "The Executive Treatment" A regular Krabby Patty, but more expensive.
Footlong "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $2.00.
Fried Flotsam "Nasty Patty"
Fried meat with nails
French Fries "Pickles"
"Squeaky Boots"
Golden Loaf "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $2.00 and $2.50 with sauce.
Jumbo Krabby Patty "Fools in April"
Jumbo Patty Super Jumbo "Bubble Buddy"
"Lights, Camera, Pants!"
Also appeared in the Fry Cooks Museum in the "Lights, Camera, Pants!" video game.
Jumbo Small Patty "Bubble Buddy"
Junior Senior Sophomore Patty "Bubble Buddy"
Kelp Bits Sold for $1.00 with any meal except a Seaweed Salad.
Kelp Jerky Parody of Beef Jerky
Kelp rings "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," it costs $1.50. They are presumably similar to onion rings, with the exception of being made of kelp. They are most likely a side order with the Krabby Patty.
Kelp Shake "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $2.00.
King Size Ultra Krabby Supreme "Just One Bite" A customer requested that this item be "double battered, fried, [and] on a stick."
Krabby Combo
Krabby Fries "Krabby Land" They cost $2.99. It was believed that Mr. Krabs thought that the Krusty Krab needed something new.
Krabby Junior Junior "Bubble Buddy"
Krabby Meal "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $3.50.
Krabby Newburg "Squilliam Returns"
Krabby Patty Several episodes The featured item of the Krusty Krab.
Krabby Patty with cheese, toenail clippings and nose hair "Krusty Towers"
Krabby Patty Deluxe "Graveyard Shift"
Krabby Patty Double Deluxe "Pressure"
Krabby Patty Junior
Krusty Combo "Pickles"
"Krusty Krab Training Video"
$3.99 in "Pickles" and "Krusty Krab Training Video"
Krusty Deluxe "Pickles" $3.00 in "Pickles"
Krusty Dogs (food) "Krusty Dogs" A hot dog, which temporarily replaced the Krabby Patty.
Krusty Kelp Dog "Nasty Patty"
Krusty Kid's Meal "Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob" Krusty Krab's meal for children, a parody of McDonald's Happy Meal. One of the themes featured is Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. A commercial featuring Mermaid Man, Barnacle Boy and Man Ray was made to advertise it. The Kids Meal is Man Ray's favorite food and many kids love the meal. Karen also bought a Kids Meal for Plankton. The Krusty Kids Meal contains a Krabby Patty, juice, Kelp fries, a Mermaid Man action figure and a Barnacle Boy pencil.
Krusty Krab pizza "Pizza Delivery" A tray of Krabby Patties fused together, and flattened in the form of a pizza
Krusty Special "Squeaky Boots"
Krusty Supreme "Krusty Krab Training Video"
Large Fry "Fools in April"
Large Oyster Skins "Karate Choppers"
Monster Krabby Patty "All That Glitters" It is a larger version of a Krabby Patty. Based on Squidward's comments, it is a rare order. This item was a key aspect of the plotline in the episode "All That Glitters." The amount of meat required for this item put too much force on SpongeBob's spatula, which broke.
Nacho Oyster Skins "Clams"
Nasty Patty "Nasty Patty" A Krabby Patty with volcano sauce, seahorse radish, toenail clippings, sprinkled with toilet water, and dried with Mr. Krabs's gym socks.
Pipsqueak Patty "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" A Kids size Krabby Patty
Powdered Driftwood "Nasty Patty"
Quarter Ouncer Double Pounder "Bubble Buddy" A parody of the Quarter Pounder sold at McDonald's.
Sailor's Surprise "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $3.00.
Salad "Bossy Boots"
Salad Bar "Culture Shock"
Salty Sauce "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $0.50.
Salty Sea Dog "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $1.25. The term "Salty Sea Dog" is a marine expression referring to an experienced sailor.[4]
Sandwich "I ♥ Dancing" It is a submarine sandwich.
Seafoam Soda "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $1.25 for a small, $1.50 for a medium, and $1.50 for a large.
Seaweed Salad "Pickles"
"Krusty Krab Training Video"
$1.50 in "Pickles" and "Krusty Krab Training Video"
Shake "Pickles"
Shallot Tapenade "Squilliam Returns" Served alongside the Krabby Newburg
Shampoo (for Bubble Buddy) "Bubble Buddy"
Silly Meal "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" A Kids' meal; contains a toy
Sludge Pudding "Nasty Patty"
Small Dozen Krabby Patties "Pickles"
Small Salad "Pickles"
Smorgasbord "Nasty Patty" An assortment of various menu items
Spongy Patty A soiled Krabby Patty used in "The Krusty Sponge."
Super Double Triple Patty "Bubble Buddy"
Super Seaweed Shake "Bubble Buddy"
Tea "Bossy Boots"
Triple Decker "Skill Crane"
Triple Fatty Krabby Patty "Restraining SpongeBob"
Triple Krabby Meal "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," they are $4.00.
Triple Krabby Patty "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" $3.00 in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," $3.25 with cheese
Triple Krabby Supreme "Just One Bite" It appears in "Just One Bite," where Squidward continuously attempts to eat a Krabby Patty, without SpongeBob knowing. It looks like an original Krabby Patty, except that there is a thick slice of onion under the lettuce.
Veggie Pattie Several episodes A Krabby Patty without the patty, made for vegetarians.

"Bubble Buddy" Menu

  • Krabby Patty
  • Double Patty Patty
  • Krabby Junior Junior
  • Jumbo Small Patty
  • Junior Senior Sophomore Patty
  • Quarter Ouncer Double Pounder
  • Super Double Triple Patty
  • Jumbo Patty Super Jumbo
  • Captain Olaf's Special
  • Super Seaweed Shake
  • (NOTE: The prices for the menu items were not shown in this episode).

"Krabby Land" Menu

  • Krabby Patty - $2.99 (99¢ on Wednesday)
    • w/ cheese - $3.99 ($1.99 on Wednesday)
  • Krabby Combo - $3.99
  • Kiddie Meal - $1.99
  • Krabby Fries - $2.99

Another Alternate Menu

  • Krabby Pattie - $2.00
  • Krusty Combo - $3.99
  • Krusty Deluxe - $3.00
  • Seaweed Salad - $1.50
  • Coral bits - $1.95

"Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" Menu

  • Krabby Patty - $1.25
    • w/ sea cheese - $1.50
  • Double Krabby Patty - $2.00
    • w/ sea cheese - $2.25
  • Triple Krabby Patty - $3.00
    • w/ sea cheese - $3.25
  • Coral bits
    • Small - $1.00
    • Medium - $1.25
    • Large - $1.50
  • Kelp Rings - $1.50
    • salty sauce - $0.50
  • Krabby Meal - $3.50
  • Double Krabby Meal - $3.75
  • Triple Krabby Meal - $4.00
  • Salty Sea Dog - $1.25
  • Footlong - $2.00
  • Sailors Surprise - $3.00
  • Golden Loaf - $2.00
    • w/ sauce - $2.50
  • Kelp Shake - $2.00
  • Seafoam Soda
    • Small - $1.00
    • Medium - $1.25
    • Large - $1.50

Trivia Book Menu

In the books, Trivia Book and Ready for Laughs, the following menu is:

Other foods/drinks

In various other episodes, there are foods and drinks mentioned, but not shown on the Galley Grub. Some of the products are even mentioned more than once, whether or not they are on the Galley Grub. Food

  • Oyster Skins
  • Krabby Fries & Small Fries
  • Hash browns
  • Seaweed Salad
  • Salty Shake
  • Dr. Kelp
  • Kelp Shake
  • Juice Box
  • Happy Snacks
  • Salad Bar
  • Toys
  • Super Patty
  • Crying Johnny - "Pickles"
  • Small Dozen Krabby Patties - "Pickles"
  • Small Salad - "Pickles"
  • Seaweed Salad - "Yours, Mine and Mine"
  • Double Triple Bossy Deluxe - "Pickles"
  • Krabby Fries - "Pickles"
  • Krabby Shake - "Pickles"
  • Krabby Fries - "Squeaky Boots"
  • Krusty Special - "Squeaky Boots"
  • Krusty Krab Pizza - "Pizza Delivery" (a tray of Krabby Patties fused together, and flattened in the form of a pizza.) Also appeared in the episode "I ♥ Dancing."
  • Diet Dr. Kelp - "Pizza Delivery" (a parody of Diet Dr. Pepper)
  • Veggie Pattie (several episodes) - (a Krabby Patty without the patty, made for vegetarians.)
  • Salad Bar - "Culture Shock"
  • Large Oyster Skins - "Karate Choppers" and "Squidville"
  • Large Fry - "Fools in April"
  • Jumbo Krabby Patty - "Fools in April"
  • Tea - "Bossy Boots"
  • Salad - "Bossy Boots"
  • Shampoo (for Bubble Buddy) - "Bubble Buddy"
    • Diet Shampoo (for Bubble Buddy) - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Chili Coral Bits - "Plankton's Army"
  • Krabby Patty Double Deluxe - "Pressure"
  • King Size Ultra Krabby Supreme - "Just One Bite"
    • King Size Ultra Krabby Supreme on a stick
    • King Size Ultra Krabby Supreme, double battered, fried on a stick
  • Triple Krabby Supreme - "Just One Bite"
  • Krusty Kid's Meal A.K.A. Silly Meal - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" (a Kids' meal, Parody of McDonalds' "Happy Meal.")
  • Minnow Meal
  • Triple Decker
  • Smorgasbord - "Nasty Patty"
  • Krusty Kelp Dog - "Nasty Patty"
  • Buttered Barnacles - "Nasty Patty"
  • Powdered Driftwood - "Nasty Patty"
  • Sludge Pudding - "Nasty Patty"
  • Diet Red Tide - "Nasty Patty"
  • Double Patty Patty - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Junior Senior Sophomore Patty - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Quarter-Ouncer Double-Pounder -  "Bubble Buddy"
  • Kelp Shake (NOTE: A kelp shake was briefly seen on the KK menu, this does NOT refer to the Kelp Shakes on "Best Frenemies.")
  • Jelly Relish Patty - "Planet of the Jellyfish"
  • Nasty Patty - "Nasty Patty" (a Krabby Patty with volcano sauce, seahorse radish, toenail clippings, soaked in toilet water, and dried with Mr. Krabs' gym socks.)
  • Deluxe Krabby Patty - "The Algae's Always Greener"
  • Jelly Krabby Patty - "Jellyfish Hunter"
  • Krabby Patty (with only Patty) - "Jellyfish Hunter"
  • Patty Pal - "Yours, Mine and Mine"
  • Junior Krabby Patty - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" (a small Krabby Patty which is the size of a finger with pickle eyes and a ketchup smile.)
  • Krabby Newburg - "Squilliam Returns"
  • Krusty Supreme - "Krusty Krab Training Video"
  • Adult Sized Krabby Patty - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V"
  • Pipsqueak Patty - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V"
  • Krabby Patty Deluxe - "Graveyard Shift"
  • Double Chili Kelp Fries - "Graveyard Shift"
  • Krabby Patty (the buns are also patties) - "Tutor Sauce"
  • Krabby Patty (with pickle eyes and mustard and ketchup mouth and pupils) - "To Love a Patty" and "Breath of Fresh Squidward"
  • Nacho Oyster Skins - "Clams"
  • Barnacle Rings - "Clams"
  • Chili Kelp Fries - "Plankton's Army"
  • Triple Decker - "Skill Crane"
  • Monster Krabby Patty - "All That Glitters"
  • WOW Soup -  "Greasy Buffoons"
  • Yummy Bunz - "Greasy Buffoons"
  • Deluxe Krabby Patty - "Greasy Buffoons"
  • Krusty Dog - "Krusty Dogs"
  • Happy Snacks - "Sailor Mouth"
  • Captain Olaf's Special - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Lemon Lime Soda- "Trenchbillies" (NOTE: This might not count because it was a legend.)
  • Milkshake - "License to Milkshake"
  • Sea Sir Salad - "SpongeBob Moves In!"
  • Cubed Ketchup Kabobs - "SpongeBob Moves In!"
  • Barnacle Bruschetta - "SpongeBob Moves In!"
  • Tomato Bisque - "SpongeBob Moves In!"
  • Popcorn - "SpongeBob Moves In!"


In "Pickles," the words "money back guarantee" are written in extremely small print on the bottom of the Galley Grub.




A bulletin board for the Krusty Krab, as seen in Nickelodeon Magazine


Policies and disclaimers held by The Krusty Krab for the employees include:

  • The Krusty Krab Employee Manual; Second revised edition; page 35; section 19; Clause 3A: All staff must remain on the premises until the day's receipts are fully accounted for. This is seen in "Can You Spare a Dime?"
  • The Krusty Krab Employee Manual; Second revised edition; page 35; section 19; Clause 3B: The proprietor reserves the right to be unfair. This is also seen in "Can You Spare a Dime?."
  • Think of the customer.
  • We serves all kinds. This is seen in "Bubble Buddy."
  • Everyone's money is good (an escaped convict with a sack of stolen money is shown eating a Krabby Patty). This is also seen in "Bubble Buddy."
  • The customers' jokes are always funny. This is seen in the episode "Sponge-Cano."
  • Krusty Krab Rule book; Rule #2: Never disclose the location of the secret formula! This is seen in "One Coarse Meal."
  • The Industries Labor Agreement; Section 9 number 34.44/429b specifically prohibits the disclosure of the secret formula to friends, even when those friends are closer 'n two catfish in a skillet. This is seen in "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy."


  • Employees are granted a discount on purchased items. This is seen in the episode "To Love a Patty."
  • Employees can have worker's compensation: Employees get paid while they are at home. This is seen in "The Splinter."


Policies and disclaimers held by The Krusty Krab for the customers include:

  • The Krusty Krab policy clearly states that once the patty has reached the customer, it is his / her responsibility. This is seen in "Born Again Krabs."
  • Money back guarantee (seen only in microscopic print). This is seen in "Pickles."
  • No free napkins.
  • No free refills. This is seen in "Patty Hype."
  • A standing fee will be given if a customer does not buy anything. This is seen in the "Krusty Krab Training Video."
  • No refunds. This is seen in "Squidtastic Voyage" and some other episodes.
  • Any money brought into The Krusty Krab must be spent in The Krusty Krab. This is seen in "Mutiny on the Krusty."
  • There is a 5 dollar complaint fee as seen in "Gary's Got Legs."
  • If It's late, It's free. As stated in "SpongeBob in RandomLand."

Both Customers and Employees

Policies and disclaimers held by The Krusty Krab for both customers and employees include:

  • The Krabby Patty secret formula is the sole property of The Krusty Krab and is only to be discussed in part or in whole with its creator Mr. Krabs. Duplication of this formula is punishable by law. Restrictions apply, results may vary. This is seen in "Imitation Krabs."
  • No outside beverages. No exceptions. This is stated in "Best Frenemies."
  • A hide and seek fee will be paid if you want to play on The Krusty Krab premises. This is seen in "Hide and Then What Happens?."
  • Do not touch the thermostat ever. This stated in "Krabs a la Mode."
  • Nobody eats in The Krusty Krab for free (royalty or not). This is seen in "Rule of Dumb."


Due to Mr. Krabs' cheapness, The Krusty Krab is rarely shown to have any significant advertising, but has on several significant occasions. One of his methods of advertisement seen in the episode "As Seen on TV" was commercials.
  • Squidward is the director at first, but when Krabs sees the insane values of Squidward's commercial, he fires the crew and directs an extremely cheap and poorly made commercial using only himself, his employees, and his daughter. The commercial was shown in the "prime time slot" of 3:28 AM, and featured Pearl and Squidward playing teenage girls getting their first Krabby Patty from Mr. Krabs. SpongeBob made only two partial cameos in the commercial, but was extremely excited to see himself on TV and believed that he was now a celebrity. In the commercial, The Krusty Krab's slogan is jokingly shown to be "Come spend your money here!"
  • A Vintage Krusty Krab commercial was seen in "Truth or Square."[5]
  • Another Krusty Krab commercial aired which appears to advertise the Krusty Kid's Meal, which at that time was themed on Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. This is seen in "Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob."
  • In order to attract new regulars into his restaurant, Krabs advertised his business in a local newspaper in extremely small print (so small that anyone would need a magnifying glass to see), as seen in "The Krabby Kronicle."


In "Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob," Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy are hired to promote the restaurant, appearing in TV commercials for it. Kids meals are produced featuring Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy toys. In "Bummer Vacation," SpongeBob is shown to own a Krusty Krab play set, which includes figures of SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, and Squidward. In "Yours, Mine and Mine," it is seen to have a toy made out of the Krabby Patty, which SpongeBob calls a Patty Pal. In "Born Again Krabs," Krabs sells Bikini Bottomite action figures until he realizes he is awake.

Mr. Krabs' Greedy Plans

Main Article: List of Mr. Krab's Greedy plans

Krabs has done more than twenty-five scams to try and get as much money as possible. His most villainous scam so far is the newspaper scam in “The Krabby Kronicle.”


Other than Mr. Krabs himself, The Krusty Krab has only two full-time employees: The fry cook, SpongeBob, and the cashier Squidward.

Squidward Tentacles

Squidward is the cashier, and stands in a boat taking orders for the entire work day. Squidward has also served as a fry cook in various episodes, including "Bubble Buddy," "Pickles," and "Breath of Fresh Squidward." Squidward hates his job, The Krusty Krab, Krabby Patties (unless the viewer is watching "Just One Bite"), and his peers at work. Despite his dissatisfaction, he makes little effort to find a different job, and has attempted to quit on only a few occasions, most notably in "Can You Spare a Dime?" The possible reason for his hatred to his job is having to work with SpongeBob (who in some episodes such as "Restraining SpongeBob" and "Squid on Strike") has gotten Squidward injured or in trouble with Mr. Krabs. The other possibility is the fact that despite his work it has been shown that even SpongeBob (the better worker) gets paid very little and knows that Krabs would be too cheap to raise his pay despite his work effort.

SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob is the fry cook of the restaurant. In "The Original Fry Cook," Jim, quits after Mr. Krabs refused to give him a raise. He first applied for the job in "Help Wanted," the pilot episode of the series. Mr. Krabs and Squidward, wanting no part of him, sent SpongeBob on a fool's errand. While he was gone, an enormous crowd of anchovies stormed the restaurant, nearly killing Squidward and Krabs. When SpongeBob returned, he demonstrated his superhuman fry cook skills, serving all the anchovies, saving Squidward and Krabs, and securing his job. SpongeBob has been assigned other duties in various episodes, including has janitorial duties, "co-cashier" in "The Algae's Always Greener," "Parking Lot Litter Patrol" in "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler," "well money-retriever" in "Wishing You Well," and Lead Reporter for the Krabby Kronicle in "The Krabby Kronicle." At the end of The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, SpongeBob is hired as the manager of the new Krusty Krab 2. According to the episode "Stanley S. SquarePants," SpongeBob's exact job title is "Vice Assistant General Manager in charge of certain things." It has been shown that he takes his job very seriously. As shown in "Pizza Delivery" he nearly gets both himself and Squidward to starve and get sucked into a tornado when refusing to relinquish the pizza showing that he would rather get both himself and Squidward killed then go with even one unsatisfied customer. He also seems to care less up to the point of obliviousness about Mr. Krabs' utter cheapness despite the fact that he pays them very little and has numerous times put his employees into physical harm in hopes of making even a small amount of money.

Other employees

In various episodes, the Krusty Krab has hired additional employees. None maintain their job for more than one consecutive episode.

Patrick Star

Patrick has worked at the Krusty Krab in several episodes. He was first hired at The Krusty Krab in the episode "Arrgh!," only to be immediately fired (and again later for the second time). He first properly worked at The Krusty Krab in "Big Pink Loser." In "Squilliam Returns," Patrick is assigned the role of hat-taker when Squidward takes over the restaurant to impress Squilliam. In "Bummer Vacation," he took SpongeBob's job as an unpaid intern during his forced vacation. In "That's No Lady," Patrick, disguised as "Patricia," becomes the waitress of the Krusty Krab. In "Banned in Bikini Bottom," Patrick works as the bouncer to the secret Krusty Krab. In "Pat No Pay," he is forced to work at The Krusty Krab in order to pay for the numerous Krabby Patties he has eaten and failed to pay for. In "No Hat for Pat," Krabs wanted to have tourists eating at his restaurant but had no luck. He found Patrick standing outside doing nothing and wanting a hat, he applied for the job to advertise The Krusty Krab. He made no success but obtained his hat and started falling to the ground, bringing tourists and more customers. His falling made Krabs find more things to fall into and when the customers see that two were about to hurt themselves only Squidward did and stripped Krabs from his money earned thus firing Patrick.

Gary the Snail

Gary served as a waiter for the secret Krusty Krab in "Banned in Bikini Bottom." He also worked as a referee when a hockey team practiced in the frozen Krusty Krab in "Krabs a la Mode." He was also the "cleaner of the ick" in "Fungus Among Us." In "Shellback Shenanigans," Gary serves in sentry duty to prevent Plankton from infiltrating The Krusty Krab.

Sandy Cheeks

Sandy worked alongside SpongeBob as patty-chopper in "Karate Choppers." She also worked at the Krusty Krab to make the new patty in "Krabby Patty Creature Feature."

Pearl Krabs

Pearl worked at The Krusty Krab during her vacation in "Bossy Boots." In "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle," she was only carrying on the family business by cooking Krabby Patties.


Charles worked at The Krusty Krab without Krabs knowing in "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle." While he was "holding down the fort," he somehow caught Plankton during Krabs and the Krusty Krew's absence.

King Neptune

King Neptune became SpongeBob's "trainee" at The Krusty Krab after he defeated him in "Neptune's Spatula."


Three unnamed teenagers were given jobs when SpongeBob and Squidward went on strike on "Squid on Strike," leaving their positions available. Apparently, they wouldn't leave Mr. Krabs alone.


A short, nerdy, green fish asked for a job application in "Graveyard Shift." He was mistaken by SpongeBob and Squidward to be the Hash Slinging Slasher.

Le Schnook

This French cook from Fancy! came to the Krusty Krab during the Chef's Exchange Program in "Le Big Switch." As a professional gourmet chef, he was harsher and more practical than SpongeBob, much to Squidward's delight. His refusal to prepare meals unless his demands for expensive fancy essentials were met brought the Krusty Krab to bankruptcy; however, Mr. Krabs may have brought it on himself, due to his fear of spending more than he desired. Le Schnook returned to Fancy! as soon as his time in the Chef's Exchange Program was up.

Stanley S. SquarePants

Stanley temporarily took Squidward's position, but destroyed everything he came in contact with.

Frank (red shirt)

Frank was once hired by SpongeBob, the Krusty Krab's temporary manager. In "Gullible Pants," Squidward told SpongeBob a false secret stating that Frank wanted a job as a fry cook. The latter gave him the job, and Frank thought that SpongeBob knows his secret, making him think that SpongeBob was threatening to reveal it. He did what the sponge says and cooked Krabby Patties as Squidward gives him more false secrets.

Karen Plankton

After replaced with Karen 2 by Plankton in "Karen 2.0," Mr. Krabs took Karen to The Krusty Krab after being thrown on the streets. Later, when Karen decided to forget about Plankton, Krabs hired her as the cashier, making Squidward the janitor. Not long after, Karen 2 and Plankton visited The Krusty Krab where the two computers had a fight, Karen reigning supreme. After having a brief shut down, Plankton took Karen back to the Chum Bucket, thus putting Squidward back into his position as cashier, in which Krabs used the remains of Karen 2 to dress Squidward up to attract more customers.

Mrs. Puff

Mrs. Puff worked at The Krusty Krab only in "Summer Job." She accidentally smashes through the front door of the Krusty Krab with her boat and Mr. Krabs decides to have her work unpaid until the damages are fixed. Mrs. Puff mainly takes over Squidward's job at the register and Krabs assigns SpongeBob to look over her. Having enough of SpongeBob bossing her around, Puff storms out of The Krusty Krab and prepares to drive off, but a policeman arrests her for littering (she just threw SpongeBob's note on the ground).


Jim was The Krusty Krab's original fry cook before SpongeBob. He created the Jim Patty, which proved to dominate the Krabby Patty. However he was not happy that Mr. Krabs was paying him too low, so he quit his job (which presumably cost Mr. Krabs a lot of money due to his invention of the Jim patty and how he went to work in other restaurants). He became rich and visited The Krusty Krab in "The Original Fry Cook" in which time seems to have made him forgive Mr. Krabs and his cheapness.

Not SpongeBob

In "Truth or Square," Squidward had a flashback remembering his life before SpongeBob and Patrick moved in next door. He seemed to be very happy and to have a similar personality to SpongeBob. Not SpongeBob (as Squidward imagined his name) seemed to hate his job like the modern Squidward and was possibly annoyed by him like Squidward is with SpongeBob. He worked at The Krusty Krab after Jim and before SpongeBob. He was presumably fired and replaced with SpongeBob after he moved in. It is unknown if that is his real name or if he was remembered that way by Squidward to show that he was not SpongeBob.

Sheldon J. Plankton

Plankton works as a cashier at the Krusty Krab briefly at the end of "Chum Caverns."

Three robots

After their home was destroyed in "Sandy's Vacation in Ruins," SpongeBob gives the three robots a job at the Krusty Krab as janitors for them to do something at no pay.

DoodleBob/Squid Doodle

If the player loses, they unlock an ending where the doodles ravage the town. DoodleBob and Squid Doodle have even taken SpongeBob and Squidward's jobs. DoodleBob is seen making doodle Krabby Patties.

Larry the Lobster

Larry disguises as Mr. Krabs in "The Check-Up" so the Krusty Krab won't be shut down. He was also the temporary manager in "Larry the Floor Manager" while Mr. Krabs was on vacation.

Employee Information


Being cheap, Mr. Krabs consistently pays his employees extremely poorly, although the exact amount varies. In "Squeaky Boots," SpongeBob's paycheck consisted of an envelope of money. In "Dying for Pie," Squidward mentions that he gets paid at minimum wage. In "Bossy Boots," when Krabs tries to get rid of all the stuff he bought for the Kuddly Krab, he sells them to SpongeBob for 1 years salary. This includes music, carpet, furniture, and stuffed animals. In "Skill Crane," Krabs gives SpongeBob and Squidward their paychecks, which consists of an envelope of money for SpongeBob and a huge bag of quarters for Squidward.

In "Bummer Vacation," Mr. Krabs holds up a dime and SpongeBob says that is more than what he makes in a year. In "Squid on Strike," Krabs deducts from SpongeBob and Squidward's salary for "goofing off." In "Big Pink Loser," SpongeBob claims that he actually pays Mr. Krabs rather than being paid himself. In "One Coarse Meal," it is revealed that Krabs pays SpongeBob with fake money called "Wacky Bucks."


Krusty Krab Training Video 077

According to the Krusty Krab Training Video, employees work under the unfortunately named philosophy of "POOP" which stands for People Order Our Patties. This video also explains how employees are required to maintain personal hygiene, keep their work station tidy and free of droppings, and keep supplies clean and organized. Employees must also be prepared for an emergency situation and watch out for Plankton.

Annual Employment Report Card

Report cards are kept to record the progress of employees on their tasks or job.[6] The requirements include:

  • Keeps Work Area Clean
  • Arrives at Work on Time
  • Does a Laborious Task for Supervisor
  • Keeps up on Hygiene


There is also inspection for the employees (as seen in the episode "Missing Identity"). To pass the requirements, an employee must complete the following requirements.

  • Must have name tag on
  • Must be clean


The Krusty Krab is one of the most popular restaurants in Bikini Bottom. The place is usually full of customers except during episodes that involve trying to attract them. There is usually a significant line at Squidward's register and occasionally leads outside the doors into the distance with no one being discouraged from waiting in it to acquire food.

The food is so popular in fact that several times when customers are made to wait on food, rather than complain or simply leave, they will riot, such as in "Whatever Happened To SpongeBob?" Attacking SpongeBob and Squidward and even damage the building despite attacking the Fry Cook and waiter being the opposite of helpful in that situation.

During the period where The Krusty Krab had a drive thru the town turned into a parking lot since everyone tried to use it, never occurring to anyone to just get out of their car and go inside like normal.


In several episodes, The Krusty Krab is temporarily changed or even converted into a different restaurant entirely.

In "Bossy Boots," Mr. Krabs hires Pearl to work at The Krusty Krab during her vacation. With the help of SpongeBob, she changed The Krusty Krab into the "Kuddly Krab," a girly teen hangout restaurant which served only tea, fries and salad. The restaurant featured a colorful design and featured stuffed animals and other novelty decorations. Despite its popularity among teens, the Kuddly Krab suffered an overall decline in profits and Pearl had to be fired. Pearl reveals that she was actually trying to be fired, as the job cut too much into her social life. The Krusty Krab returned to normal, and SpongeBob bought all the decorations for one year's salary.

In "Squilliam Returns," Krabs let Squidward temporarily transform The Krusty Krab into a fancy 5-Star restaurant so that Squidward could impress his highly successful unibrowed rival, Squilliam Fancyson. The plan worked, until SpongeBob went insane because Squilliam asked what's his name and destroyed the restaurant.

In "Le Big Switch," a French "exchange chef" from the Fancy! restaurant becomes the cook at The Krusty Krab, and The Krusty Krab is transformed into a five-star French bistro, where Krabs is ecstatic because he can sell minuscule portions for very expensive prices, including a putrid dish which can only lose its stench by shredding gold on top of it. The French chef does this, much to Krabs' disapproval. Squidward is also very happy because SpongeBob became an exchange chef and went to the Fancy! restaurant where his Krabby Patties were a huge hit even though it was not the type of cuisine suited for the Fancy! restaurant. Eventually, The Krusty Krab bistro goes out of business and SpongeBob brings back all the Fancy! customers, who were demanding Krabby Patties from The Krusty Krab, returning the business to normal.

In "Selling Out," Krabs sells The Krusty Krab to a corporate mogul named Howard Blandy and goes into retirement. The Krusty Krab is converted into the "Krabby O'Monday's," a family diner that had a pleasant atmosphere but in reality, generated synthetic Krabby Patties made of sludge by machine. When Mr. Krabs took a job there as a result of boredom, he discovers this secret and goes on a rampage, revealing it to the customers and destroying the restaurant. He then buys the destroyed Krusty Krab back from Blandy for full price.

In "Krusty Towers," Krabs transforms the restaurant into the "Krusty Towers," a multi-story hotel after staying at one and witnessing the outrageous prices that hotels can charge. The Hotel is destroyed when Patrick performs a cannonball into the swimming pool in his room, causing the tower to collapse, leaving only the original Krusty Krab.

In "Krabs a la Mode," the restaurant is converted into an indoor ice ring, and later a swimming pool, when Plankton's plot to turn down the thermostat and freeze The Krusty Krab backfires.

In "The Krusty Sponge," Krabs, after receiving a review praising SpongeBob, transforms The Krusty Krab into a SpongeBob-themed restaurant called the Krusty Sponge. However, the soiled yellow "Spongy Patties" made Krabs be arrested. Krabs bribes the judge to excuse him by having Squidward give him rides on the train which was built around the restaurant.

In "SB-129," The Krusty Krab is shown to in some form still be in service two-thousand years into the future. Like everything else in the future, the building is entirely plated in chrome.

In "Drive Thru," Mr. Krabs added a Drive Thru, but after this episode, the Drive Thru is never seen again. Also, the sides of the restaurant are wooden without the netting or glass as shown in every other episode. 

In "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?," Mr. Krabs replaced the old Krabby Patty with a sand-made frozen alternative, converted the Krusty Krab from a restaurant to a museum, fired SpongeBob as fry cook and rehired him as tour manager, fired Squidward without rehiring him, and placing a large factory, dubbed The Krusty Factory behind the former restaurant. However, all these changes are reverted at the end of the episode.


Plankton attempted to walk right into The Krusty Krab and steal the formula. He tripped and made himself look helpless which made the public send Krabs to court. His new attempt was to sue Krabs for the formula. SpongeBob, impersonating as a lawyer, made sure that Plankton reveals his true intentions, resulting in another plan foiled. The public and jury turned against Plankton and labeled Krabs not guilty but cheap in the episode "Krabs vs. Plankton."

In the episode "The Krusty Sponge," Krabs was arrested for selling poisoned food. The entire town of Bikini Bottom was against him. Luckily, the judge was a SpongeBob fan, so he reconsidered and did not send Krabs "down the river." Instead, he would return the restaurant to its normal ways, and the judge would get a ride on the Fun Train as many times as he likes.

Krabs was arrested for avoiding to pay for a product by stealing. The judge, Horace A. Whopper, decided that he will give away free Krabby Patties all day afterward. SpongeBob gives away Krabby Patties sold by the dozens as Krabs screamed in horror while watching. This most likely ruined the profits as seen in the episode "Patty Caper."

It has also been shown that due to Mr. Krab's utter cheapness and greed that he is willing to violate many workers' rights laws. This eventually got up to the point where it was almost as if it was slave labor at The Krusty Krab. It has been shown numerous times such as in "Fear of a Krabby Patty" and "Chum Caverns" that he has kept employees and customers captive at The Krusty Krab. It has also been shown that he pays them far below minimum wage ("Squid on Strike" and "Bummer Vacation"). He also has shown to physically abuse his workers (mainly Squidward) in episodes such as "The Krusty Sponge" where he has Squidward give a judge a ride on a train (that was pedal-powered) while at the same time having Squidward whipped like cattle. Also in "Squidward in Clarinetland" where he did not provide Squidward with storage space for his clarinet.

Destruction and Abuse

The Krusty Krab has been destroyed in several episodes, but is always intact in its next appearance.

  • "Help Wanted" - Anchovies invaded the restaurant and tear down the beams, as well as ripping down the Galley Grub sign and pulling the order up sign down.
  • "Employee of the Month" - SpongeBob and Squidward make so many Krabby Patties that The Krusty Krab becomes pressurized and explodes.
  • "Sleepy Time" - In Plankton's dream, he steps on The Krusty Krab causing some damage.
  • "Suds" - The bubbles from a sick SpongeBob's massive, painful sneeze destroy The Krusty Krab.
  • "Texas" - Sandy pulls SpongeBob causing the front of the restaurant to tear off.
  • "Your Shoe's Untied" - SpongeBob rips up the floor while hiding his untied shoes from Patrick.
  • "Squid on Strike" - SpongeBob "dismantles the establishment."
  • "Squilliam Returns" - SpongeBob ruins the 5-star setup of The Krusty Krab while suffering a mental breakdown.
  • "Just One Bite" - Squidward eats too many Krabby Patties, causing him to blow up in The Krusty Krab.
  • "Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast" - The rocket collides side to side in a wall of Krusty Krab and crashes on the glass in side to side.
  • "Plankton's Army" - The robot destroyed the front door to get out.
  • "Skill Crane" - Squidward makes a crane spin out of control and it smashes The Krusty Krab.
  • "Krusty Towers" - After Patrick does a cannonball into the pool, the Krusty Towers collapses pancake-style, leaving only the original Krusty Krab standing.
  • "Bucket Sweet Bucket" - The Krusty Krab was technically torn piece by piece.
  • "Spy Buddies" - Plankton's blimp is punctured, which flies into The Krusty Krab.
  • "The Krusty Plate" - SpongeBob resorts to a high-powered cleaning device which explodes with the force of an Atomic Bomb. Also, The Krusty Krab was shown on fire during a flashback, when Mr. Krabs said "Should have never left you alone with a lit blowtorch and me roller skates revealing that Eugene H. Krabs once left SpongeBob alone with a welding torch and a pair of roller skates.
  • "Pat No Pay" - Patrick throws a bag of money down the trash compactor, which jams and The Krusty Krab flies away.
  • "Slide Whistle Stooges" - Squidward drives a gasoline tanker truck through The Krusty Krab leaving the front and back of the Krusty Krab.
  • "Big Pink Loser"- A small part of the floor breaks when Patrick throws a jar down and it creates a hole.
  • "Dying for Pie" - Mr. Krabs throws a piece of the bomb pie at the milk which makes a huge explosion at the back of Mr. Krabs' office wall.
  • "Selling Out" - The Krusty Krab is demolished by a wave of Synthetic Patty Material.
  • "Gullible Pants" - The inside of the Krusty Krab is covered in garbage and furniture is covered in gum.
  • "SpongeHenge" - The entire Krusty Krab except for the floorboards is blown away by the wind. Sometime later, SpongeBob finds the top and believes that he was gone for years, as it was almost completely buried.
  • "Summer Job" - Mrs. Puff accidentally destroys the door with a boat, so she had to work at The Krusty Krab.
  • "Buried in Time" - In Squidward's dream, The Krusty Krab sunk and was demolished and replaced with the Squidward Tentacles' museum
  • "Frozen Face Off" - The Krusty Krab was destroyed by Plankton, because he broke apart molecules from the safe and caused a nuclear explosion, which destroyed The Krusty Krab.
  • "The Battle of Bikini Bottom" - SpongeBob gets really angry when Patrick wears two Krabby Patties as socks. He swells, turns red, and explodes, blowing the front doors off, and sending Patrick flying into a dumpster.
  • "The Curse of the Hex" - At the end, the eel breaks up through the roof like a Jack-in-the-Box.
  • "Sponge-Cano" - The Krusty Krab got set on fire by lava bombs when Mt. Bikini Bottom erupts.
  • "The Clash of Triton" - Queen Amphitrite breaks a hole in the ceiling of the kitchen to blast Mr. Krabs. Later, Triton drives through The Krusty Krab, smashing the door and some of the wood around it. Then he flies up, putting a hole in the ceiling.
  • "Drive Thru" - After Mr. Krabs hammers multiple holes into the wall The Krusty Krab becomes a pile of dirt.
  • "Ghoul Fools" - The Flying Dutchman nukes Bikini Bottom. The Krusty Krab is later seen in the "Void" indicating it was destroyed.
  • "The Good Krabby Name" - The Krusty Krab was destroyed by an angry mob at the very end of the episode.
  • "Jailbreak!" - The Krusty Krab was destroyed soon after Plankton and his Cellmates broke into The Krusty Krab by charging through the front door.
  • "Tutor Sauce" - SpongeBob's driving hit the sign, the door, the front, the roof, and the right of The Krusty Krab causing some damages.
  • "Married to Money" - The Krusty Krab appears to be destroyed at the beginning of the episode.
  • "Mutiny on the Krusty" - An anchor from the rip current hits to roof of the Krusty Krab, creating a hole.
  • "Mermaid Pants" - During SpongeBob and Patrick's Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy act, Squidward took advantage of his super villain role and attempts to kill them by dipping them in cooking oil. SpongeBob and Patrick foiled Squidward's plan by knocking over the fry basket, making Squidward, along with Mr. Krabs, end up getting fried instead. However, force of the fry basket's fall makes The Krusty Krab crumble down and the restaurant is demolished.
  • "The Incredible Shrinking Sponge" - When SpongeBob increased his size after Squidward dipped him in dish water, SpongeBob unintentionally broke through the roof and walls with his head, legs and arms.
  • "Out of the Picture" - Squidward and Mr. Krabs did enormous damage to the restaurant in order to impress the art appraiser.
  • "Cave Dwelling Sponge" - When a prehistoric cave sponge went on a rampage all over town, it smashed The Krusty Krab sign and it fell onto the front entrance, causing damage to the restaurant.
  • "Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast" - The rocket collides into side to side walls.
  • "Krabby Patty Creature Feature" - After hearing several customers asking what is new to the menu, Mr. Krabs teamed up Sandy to create a new and improved Krabby Patty. However, the new patty came with a terrible side-effect. Whoever eats the secret patty gets turned into a Krabby Patty Zombie Monster. Soon, almost everyone in Bikini Bottom who ate the new patty (except SpongeBob) created chaos and nearly destroyed part of the city.
  • "Sanitation Insanity" - When SpongeBob was stuffing a huge amount of garbage in a trash bag, it exploded and created so much damage in The Krusty Krab.
  • "Mustard O' Mine" - A huge geyser of mustard blasted through the floor and to the roof after Patrick drilled a hole in the Mustard Mine.
  • "Shopping List" - When Sandy beats Mr. Krabs up for tricking SpongeBob with a phony shopping list, she sends him flying through the roof, creating a hole.
  • "ChefBob" - Mr. Krabs hammers a massive hole between the kitchen and the dining room so SpongeBob can entertain the customers with his cooking.
  • "Surf N' Turf" - Sandy accidentally crashes her submarine through the roof of the Krusty Krab.
  • "Karen's Virus" - Due to having a computer virus in her hard drive, Karen went on a rampage and torn the Krusty Krab apart.
  • "Lighthouse Louie" - The lighthouse rolled straight to the Krusty Krab, destroying it.
  • "Who R Zoo?" - When the bubble animals invaded the Krusty Krab, Mr. Krabs flew through the roof with the cash register, creating a hole.


The location of the Krusty Krab relative to SpongeBob's house is not always the same. In the episodes "Help Wanted," "Plankton!," "Pickles," "Suds," "Hooky," "Missing Identity," and "Lost in Bikini Bottom" SpongeBob goes to the right of his house and passes Squidward's and Patrick's houses. In almost every other episode where the location of the Krusty Krab is relative to SpongeBob's house, he goes to the left (the list of episodes would take such a long time to type, but they also include the video game Revenge of the Flying Dutchman). Mr. Krabs is too cheap to buy to pieces of property to place a Krusty Krab when it is destroyed.

The address of the Krusty Krab is 831 Bottomfeeder Lane. In "Walking the Plankton," a letter is being delivered to The Krusty Krab in the beginning of the episode. If one pauses the episode at the right time, the address can be read.



  • In "Krusty Krab Training Video " the narrator could have been explaining the war that the gray fish explained in "The Battle of Bikini Bottom."
  • Inside Mr. Krabs' office, one of the flags represents the flag of Scotland.
    • The fifth flag hanging outside the Krusty Krab resembles the flag of Ukraine turned sideways.
  • There are some episodes where the people are shown eating Krabby Patties even though SpongeBob is not in the Krusty Krab. This shows that either Squidward or Mr. Krabs know how to cook Krabby Patties or they simply get them from the Patty Vault that appears in "Just One Bite."
  • In the short "The Endless Summer," the Krusty Krab doors are blue instead of yellow.
  • In the scene where SpongeBob washes his hands in the "Krusty Krab Training Video" (also seen in "Karate Choppers" and "Kenny the Cat"), there is a poster that says "Please wash your fins." Under those words, there are words in Spanish that say "Wash the fins" (Lave las aletas).
  • The Krusty Krab's doors have been shattered repeatedly throughout the episodes, but later in the episodes, the doors are fixed.
  • In SB-129 it is revealed that the Krusty Krab is closed on Sundays
  • In Squid's Day Off the Krusty Krab is open while in other episodes it is closed on Sundays.
  • In "Nasty Patty," the sign is on the right side of the restaurant and has the name written in green neon lettering.
  • The Krusty Krab is a stage in Jingle Brawl, Super Brawl, Super Brawl 2, Super Brawl 3, Super Brawl Summer, Super Fall Brawl and Super Brawl Universe.
  • It was hinted by Stephen Hillenburg that he got the idea from the Krusty Burger in the Matt Groening's animated television series The Simpsons.
  • The Krusty Krab's largest order was 10,000 Krabby Patties, ordered by Plankton (who introduced himself as "Dr. Peter Lankton") in the episode "Fear of a Krabby Patty," in order to exhaust SpongeBob, so he could reveal to him the secret Krabby Patty formula. Luckily, SpongeBob did not reveal it.
  • The Krusty Krab is the arena for numerous fights such as: Karen vs. Karen 2.0, SpongeBob vs. the Patty Gadget, and King Neptune vs. SpongeBob (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie video game).
  • In a few episodes, the grill is in the back of the kitchen, rather than the front. It was once seen on the side.
  • The Krusty Krab is called a dump by Mr. Krabs, who is the owner of the restaurant.
  • In "Pizza Delivery," there is a sign in the background hanging on a door that says, "the heads."
  • In the episode "Move It or Lose It," the Krusty Krab gets moved 1 foot from its original spot.
  • In most episodes, the letters on the sign are made of red-painted wood. However, in some episodes, mainly in nighttime settings, the letters are neon green.
  • In most episodes, the window between Squidward and SpongeBob is just in front of the grill. However, in some episodes, it is in front of the grill and the fryer.
  • In "To SquarePants or Not To SquarePants," there were two bathroom stalls only. In "Eek, an Urchin!," there were three.
    • It is likely an extra one was installed.
  • According to SpongeBob Moves In!, the Chum Bucket and the Krusty Krab were opened on the same day. However, the Chum Bucket that appears in the series is not the original Chum Bucket. The Chum Bucket in the series opened sometime after SpongeBob joined the Krusty Krew.
  • Throughout the whole show, the Krusty Krab has appeared in all first episodes per season, with exception of Seasons 6, 9, and 10. However, seasons 6, 9 and 10 featured The Krusty Krab in the second episodes of their seasons.
  • There is a real-life replica of The Krusty Krab located in Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine. Also in Mexicali, México, actually exists a restaurant called "El Krustaceo Burger" (Krusty Burgers in English) which looks the same as The Krusty Krab, including identical locations like the Mr. Krabs' office, and the meals have names similar like the ones on the Galley Grub.
    • As of 2019, both real-life replicas of The Krusty Krab had been closed permanently.
  • All of the main characters have worked for the Krusty Krab at least once in the series.
  • The Krusty Krab has a lab as seen in the episode "Krabby Patty Creature Feature."


  1. ^ "Walking the Plankton." SpongeBob SquarePants. Nickelodeon. DATE. Television.
  2. ^ "Krusty Krab Training Video." SpongeBob SquarePants. Nickelodeon. DATE. Television.
  3. ^ "Grandpappy the Pirate." SpongeBob SquarePants. Nickelodeon. DATE. Television.
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  5. ^ "as seen in Truth or Square
  6. ^ as seen in "Overbooked"
Locations (VE)


Bikini Bottom (Dead Eye GulchBikini BottomshirePlanktopolis) • EncinoRock BottomBottom's Up!Tentacle AcresNew Kelp CityBass VegasDullsvilleFar-Out-VilleAtlantisShell CityAtlantic City

Bikini Bottom Areas

Bikini AtollJellyfish FieldsGoo Lagoon (Mussel Beach) • Kelp ForestSand MountainIndustrial ParkSulfur FieldsDutchman's TriangleDavy Jones' lockerMake-Out ReefMt. BikiniMt. Bikini BottomBikini Bottom Tar PitsMount Climb-up-and-Fall-offRippers' ReefBrain Coral FieldsThe County Line

Bikini Bottom Residence

SpongeBob's housePatrick's houseSquidward's houseMr. Krabs and Pearl's houseSandy's treedomeMrs. Puff's houseFlying Dutchman's shipHarold and Margaret SquarePants' houseGrandma SquarePants' houseBottomite housesSquilliam's towerMrs. Tentacles' houseBetsy Krabs' houseDoodleBob's houseOld Man Jenkins' houseBlue SquarePants' houseBlackJack's houseFast mansionMs. Mildred's mansionWidow Duncan's house

Bikini Bottom Establishments

Krusty Krab (Rusty KrabKrabby O'Monday'sKrusty Krab 2) • Chum BucketMrs. Puff's Boating SchoolBarg'N-MartGoofy Goober's Ice Cream Party BoatReef CinemaShady Shoals Rest HomeMermalairSea NeedleRecreation CenterBikini Bottom Recreation CenterBikini Bottom SchoolBikini Bottom High SchoolBikini Bottom UniversityBikini Bottom MallBikini Bottom Post OfficeBank of Bikini Bottom BankBikini Bottom MintBikini Bottom JailBikini Bottom Police DepartmentPolice StationBikini Bottom Fire DepartmentBikini Bottom HospitalBikini Bottom AirportBikini Bottom LibraryBikini Bottom SupermarketBikini Bottom BakeryBikini Bottom MoversFirst Nautical BankBankCourt HouseBikini RealtyHotelLarry's GymGymThe DumpPoseidon Elementary SchoolAdult Learning CenterFlower archBikini Bottom Zoo (Oyster Stadium) • Bikini Bottom MuseumBikini Bottom Museum of BoatingHook MuseumFry Cook MuseumGrab-it MartDinerJuice BarFancy!KelpshakeFlabby Patty ShackSea Chicken ShackRusty's Rib EyeStinky BurgersCemeteryFloater's CemeteryKRUMGlove World!Glove UniverseCoral CarnivalValentine's Day CarnivalFun ArcadeBikini Bottom ArcadeToy BarrelIce CreamIce CreamBunny BunsThe Wash!Sizzling Spring SaunaSunny Shore ResortsSuper Mega Mall WorldBikini Bottom Outskirts Outlet Mega-MallBassCar Baytona 400Palace of PranksMagic ShopNear Mint Comic BooksBigshot RecordsAngry Jack's Shell EmporiumJewelry StoreFlower ShopNoses 'n ThingsTom's TooleryHatsWigs & HairpiecesSeashell ParkSnail ParkFish Hooks ParkFast Food ColiseumMedieval MomentsThe Main DrainTough TavernThe Salty SpitoonWeenie Hut Jr'sSuper Weenie Hut Jr'sWeenie Hut GeneralBikini Bottom Pillow FoundryMattress DiscountMattresses & Then SomeRest HomeGrandma's Tea HouseOld Man Jenkins' barnShelly SuperhighwayKing Neptune's castle

Non-Bikini Bottom Locations

TexasMoonPoseidomeKarate IslandInferno IslandSun-N-Fun IslandBikini Bottom TriangleGranny's houseTea ParlorNowhereGreat Barrier ReefCharted Caverns of LemuriaThe Remote IslandKahmamoku CoveSandy's islandIsland in the SkyServis StashunThug TugIce CreamThe TrenchWinchell ApartmentsVats of Acid "R" UsPatchy's houseDon's Import Store & DelicatessenThe Poop DeckNickelodeon Animation StudioNowhereDoodle DimensionFly of DespairHorned Forest

Video game locations

Goo Lagoon PierRock Bottom museumTrench of Advanced DarknessKelp SwampKelp CavesFlying Dutchman's graveyardUptown Bikini BottomRay's Organic Tanning SalonWSEA TVRusty AnchorMarlin's caveSardine's SundriesOxygen SpringsWaverly HillsCowfish Craig's shackSublime SeafoodsNeptune's ParadiseSand StadiumTentacle Acres Cocoa ShopShipwreck ReefConstruction siteChum WorldMount TritonMuSeed ShopSpice ShackTreat ShopThe Center of the EarthSix Clams Adventure LandFin LockerHotel Deep Six

Atlantis SquarePantis (VE)

Characters:Lord Royal HighnessAtlantean citizensCaptain of the Sea Ship AtlantisAtlantean RobotsRobot touristsRed AtlanteanNandoAggressive Case of the SnifflesOrange guardBubble SpongeBobVultureDave (cave)GermsNorblock FiveMagenta thugGreen jellyfishGhost jellyfishBlack jellyfishMagma jellyfishDiamond JellyfishSteel JellyfishRoyal Guard Commander

Locations:AtlantisMuseum of AtlantisMuJellyfish FieldsEncinoGasMusic StationNickelodeon Animation StudioBikini Bottom MuseumBikini BottomKelp ForestThe Bubble RoomThe Science Room

Objects:Plankton's tankAtlantean amuletSea Ship AtlantisOldest living bubbleGolden spatulaHooksBubble Collector 2000Frampton Comes AliveSquidward tikiCanned BreadAnchor ArmsJellyfish netSquidward's clarinet

Songs: The Bubble SongFueling the BusMr. Krabs' songSandy's songSquidward's songPlankton's songGoodbye, AtlantisBack in Encino

Shorts: Are We There Yet?Beware Flying JellyfishDocumenting Our Road Trip

Miscellaneous: DVDBookVideo gameMobile gameOnline gameSpongeBob's Director's CommentaryMy Trip to Atlantis - by SpongeBob SquarePantsSpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis SquareOffInside the SpongeBob Animation StudiosBehind the PantisOn the Road AgainFrom the Beginning, Pt.2The Best 200 Episodes EverSpongeBob SquarePants Special Collection, Vol. 1The First 100 EpisodesThe Complete Fifth SeasonSeason 5 Volume 2Blitz GamesAltronSpongeBob Z-A CountdownSwapBob SpareFaceHappiness to Go!Best Bikini Bottom Stories Ever!The SpongeBob Super Square Collection

WhoBob WhatPants (VE)
Part of Think Happy - The Year of the Sponge

Characters: The Bubble Poppin' BoysSandy's Robot

Objects: Bubbles

Locations: New Kelp CityN.K.C. Bank

Shorts: What if SpongeBob Was Gone? (Mr. Krabs)What if SpongeBob Was Gone? (Patrick)What if SpongeBob Was Gone? (Gary)What if SpongeBob Was Gone? (Sandy)

Miscellaneous: DVDBookMy Name is CheeseHead bookFor The Love of Bubbles bookOnline gameTheme songBest Bikini Bottom Stories Ever!Happiness to Go!On the Road AgainSpongeBob SquarePants Special Collection, Vol. 2From the Beginning, Pt.1SpongeShortsBig Hits: Volume 1From the Beginning, Pt.2Triple Pack 1Season 5 Volume 2The Complete Fifth SeasonThe First 100 EpisodesThe Best 200 Episodes Ever

SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One (VE)
Part of Think Happy - The Year of the Sponge

Characters: Jack Kahuna LagunaAwesome EddieBig GChipSilent StanTwitchThe Big OneDavy JonesCashy

ObjectsSandy's helicopterDavy Jones' locker

Locations:The Remote IslandKahmamoku CoveSandy's islandDutchman's Triangle

Shorts: Separation AnxietySurfing DreamsSpongeBoard

Miscellaneous: DVDBeach Party Cook-Off video gameJohnny DeppGnarly Rip CurlOn the Road AgainLimited Edition 2 DVD Box SetGoo Lagoon Surfing ShowdownSurf's Up, SpongeBob!SpongeBob SquarePants Special Collection, Vol. 1Orange Collection

SpongeBob's Truth or Square (VE)

Characters and actors: Andy SambergCaptainRicky GervaisPatchy's momCeeLo GreenRosario DawsonEddie DeezenTriumph, the Insult Comic DogLeBron JamesTina FeyWill FerrellRobin WilliamsThe Guy on the PennyP!nkNot SpongeBobWedding officiantLive-action whaleTenderizerPlanktoBotDemento BotSquidBotWee Yellow BotNosferatuSanta Claus

Locations: Krusty KrabKrusty Krab freezerChum BucketSpongeBob's housePatrick's houseSquidward's houseNickelodeon Animation StudioEncino

Songs: A Day Like ThisKrabby Patty JingleRubber Hose RagWe've Got ScurvyOh, Krusty KrabBeautiful DreamerRejected theme songs

Objects: Jellyfish netBubblesBaby jellyfishSandy's iced tea glassMagic Conch shellHeart-shaped acornMopGolden spatulaSnellie's pet carrierSoda drinking hatWooden clarinetMermaid Man's beltAquaphoneKrabby PattyMr. Krabs' first dollarKarate gearVolcano SauceMr. Krabs' first dimeFriendship ringRecipe for a Krabby PattyWalkie-talkieSquidward tiki

Shorts: BalloonsJuice ManTrafficThe Outfit

Miscellaneous: DVDVideo gameOnline gamePC gameThe Great Escape bookGood Times!Screen NoveltiesBurger King toysBikini Bottom Bash DVDThe Next 100 EpisodesThe Best 200 Episodes EverThe Pilot a Mini-Movie and the Square ShortsThe Complete Sixth SeasonSeason 6 Volume 1Triple Pack 1Big Hits: Volume 1The Super Spongy Square GamesAltronList of MTV bumpersSpongeBob's Greatest HitsLaugh the Day Away with Nick

Krusty Krab (VE)

Owner: Eugene H. Krabs

Current employees: SpongeBob SquarePantsSquidward Tentacles

Former employees: JimPatrick StarSandy CheeksPearl KrabsSheldon J. PlanktonKaren PlanktonMrs. PuffGary the SnailCarlStanley S. SquarePantsNot SpongeBobIncidental 105SpongeBot SteelPantsSpongeBob SquarePants clonesDoodleBobSquid DoodleLord PoltergeistDonut demon

Variations: 5-Star Krusty KrabKrusty FactoryKrusty Krab MuseumKrabby O'Monday'sKuddly KrabKrusty SpongeKrusty TowersSecret Krusty KrabRusty KrabKrusty PlanktonGranny Plankton's Krabby PattiesBubbly KrabKrusty SlammerTrusty SlabKrusty Bucket

Machines: Krusty Krab grillKrusty Krab freezerKrusty Krab cash registerPatty GadgetTrash chuteKrusty Krab televisionPinch-o-MaticOn-time percentage machine

Food: Krabby PattyCoral bitsDeluxe Krabby PattyEmergency Krabby PattiesKrabby Patty in a CanKrusty Kid's MealPipsqueak PattyKrusty DogKelp friesMonster Krabby PattyKrusty Krab PizzaPattyJelly PattyNasty PattyPretty PattySponge PattySpongy PattiesHash brownsExecutive TreatmentKrabby PâtéKrusty ChumKrabby SoupDouble Triple Bossy DeluxeMustardMayonnaiseSecret PattyRainbowgerAged PattyKing-Size Ultra Krabby SupremeSaladHot saucePicklesMilkshakeDanger PattiesNight PattyGreat pacific garbage patch

Commercials: Krusty Krab commercialKrusty Krab commercial (old)Krusty Kids' Meal Commercial

Vehicles: Patty WagonMobile Krusty Krab

Other: Patty vaultKrusty Krab red alert modeMimeco alarmLost and FoundKrusty KateringKrusty Krab employee hatKrusty Krab advertisingKrusty Krab playsetKrusty Krab Industries Labor AgreementKrusty Krab Rule BookEmployee HandbookPatty PalThe Eugene Krabs Memorial Wishing WellCondiment IslandKrusty PoolKrusty Krab talent showEating contest beltKrusty Krab drive-thruMr. Krabs' secret laboratoryNosferatuEmployee break roomKrabby LandKrabby PlaylandSesame seed jar

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