Had a late lunch here and almost the place to ourselves. Great service from a friendly and efficient young lady. Table covered with paper, paper towels for napkins and with the crowd that comes here for cracking crabs, we could see why. Lots of seafood dishes in salad, sandwiches, platters, and soups. Some non -seafood but why come here for that? We started with oyster stew - an odd recipe as I am used to a milk,cream base with whole oysters and theirs was more like an oyster stew with potatoes, celery, and onions and the oysters were just chopped up all in a thick chowder like base. Not bad but not wonderful. We had oyster poor boy sandwiches which were super filled with fried oysters, lettuce and tomato and served with choice of dressing- huge and tasty. Also had a pound of steamed shrimp which came with one side (chose broccoli steamed but loaded with salt so never finished). Steamed shrimp could have a bit more Maryland flavor but were huge, tender and juicy so they were really good.
Prices here are high but most seafood is pricey. Don't look for atmosphere or special dining decor. Big old hall room with tables - that's all. Oh, big plastic fish on the walls (grin). Bring a gang and sip beer and crack crabs and shrimp and be in debt next month but smiling the whole time.
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