A Feast For Crab Lovers
We Pick Our 20 Favorite Crab Houses
Edited By Suzanne Loudermilk, Written By John Farlow, Henry Hong, Suzanne Loudermilk, Karen Nitrin, Martha Thomas and Mike Unger
Captain James Crabhouse & Restaurant
2127 Boston St., 410-327-8600.Captain James may be best known as a visual landmark—its main dining room is the building painted up like a ship at the corner of Boston and Aliceanna Streets—but they deserve some praise for their crabhouse, too. Located just across the street from the “ship,” the Captain James Crabhouse sports easy parking, a super casual atmosphere, and piles of steamed crabs. The friendly, prompt staff is happy to set you up with steamed crabs, shrimp, and mussels, as well as buckets of boardwalk fries. Their $30-per-person, “all-you-u-can-eat” special includes a serving of crab soup, an ear of corn, and all the mediums you can pick in two hours. They also have lots of outdoor seating, making Captain James Crabhouse an ideal spot to enjoy Maryland’s favorite culinary pastime with a great view of the harbor.
Issue date: July, 2012