Jumbo problems with supply overseas are shrinking menus closer to home.
At Polly's Corner Café off Zebulon Road, lunch time is all about shrimp.
But shrimp shortage is causing prices to rise and taking dishes off the menu.
"We don't do all-you-can-eat anymore because of the shrimp crisis," said manager Chad Brown.
There's a disease ravaging shrimp stocks in Thailand, China, and Vietnam -- three of the biggest exporters. That's driving prices way up.
"It was about $80-90 a case, now it's upwards of $150 a case," he said.
Brown now buys eight cases a week. That's two cases less than normal, but that's still enough to feed their hungry lunch crowd.
Maria Swartzentruber of Montezuma said, "I ordered the Savannah shrimp salad. It was really good."
Although the all-you-can-eat shrimp is off the menu, there's still grilled, sauteed, blackened, and countless other dishes to try but now for a dollar more.
White shrimp prices are nearing $6 a pound, that's up almost 56-percent from a year ago.
That's according to a Urner Barry, an organization specializing news about the food industry.