by Bryan Zupan
on Friday, June 28th, 2019 at 2:40pm.
Get your bibs ready. It's officially crab season in Maryland and this is a treat you will not want to miss. Known for its soft shell season, Marylanders know that this is a delicacy that can be only found during summer in the old bay state. And yet, finding those best places to eat crab is like finding a needle in a haystack.That's why SIG Real Estate Services would like to recommend the following restaurants in Maryland to feast and satisfy your crab cravings:
Bethesda Crab House in Bethesda
We highly recommend taking the metro or grabbing an Uber to Bethesda if you plan on eating here for dinner because the parking lots are always full. Known for their size and taste, these crabs are sure to not disappoint. Don't forget to make a reservation on a Friday or Saturday night.
Locust Point Steamers in Baltimore
Let's just say be ready to get here early because there is always a line around the block. Help yourself to a heap of servings of steamed crabs, mussels, oysters, scallops, shrimp, lobster, and a pitcher of beer. It is definitely worth the wait.
Kentmorr Restaurant & Dirty Dave's Tiki Bar in Stevensville
Get ready to chomp on them fresh oysters and scallops. Yet, the real standout is their lump crab cake, a simple local preparation with roasted red pepper in a soft touch of cream. If that doesn't have you rubbing your bellys, then we don't know what else will
The Point Crab House and Grill
Known for its fresh ingredients and its promise of serving only local crabs, this go to place near Annapolis, MD is a must do if you are in the area. If you're feeling adventurous, try the deviled eggs with crab meat.
Bo Brooks in Baltimore
This mom and pop crab house has been an outdoor waterfront spot since 1964 known for its shrimp and crab cakes. If you're even just out for a stroll in Baltimore, make sure to stop by.
Hemingway's Restaurant in Stevensville
This waterfront restaurant overlooks the bay and is very dog friendly. Bring your pooch for an evening out to enjoy some magnificent fried crab cakes. Just don't forget to drop some pieces in your lap for your pooch to enjoy.
The Red Roost Crabhouse & Restaurant in Whitehaven
Looking for some good old fashioned Maryland hospitality? Check out this crab house and all its unique traits. Steamed crabs served with fried chicken and sweet corn to satisfy all of your cravings in one bite.
Chesapeake Crab, Wine, and Beer Festival
If all of these great restaurant choices don't satisfy your needs, go check out the annual Chesapeake Crab, Wine, and Beer Festival in nearby Washington, D.C. on August 24th, 2019. This is an all you can eat and drink festival with 50,000 crabs, along with plenty of beer, live music, arts and crafts, and more.This extravaganza family-fun event is sure to bring you back for more next year! There are two session, with the first taking place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the second happening from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.