Nice to visit in the warmer months and sit outside and have appetizers or a meal. The food is pretty good.
Only fault is that they could use a little more floor space and tables and chairs! Our party of five each had something different and we enjoyed all of them. We were there as part of a meeting being held nearby in cold weather, so I can imagine this place really hops during regular tourist season. It's fun to be... More
My wife & I tried the crabby pig a number of years ago and had an average experience. The food is just not that great & it is pricy for Cumberland. In the summer it is worth to sit in the outdoor deck and drink beer that is probably the best thing you can say about the pig and they... More
Didn't have the pig but ordered a salad with shrimp. The salad was large and fresh. They provided a generous amount of shrimp which were extremely fresh and tasty. The desserts are homemade and good... I had the apple dumpling with a good fresh cup of coffee. No frills, but clean pleasant and appealing environment.
We were on our way home from WV and figured we would give this restaurant a try. It was a little complicated to get to and there is parking a short walk away. The restaurant is under an overpass. It wasn't very busy for a Saturday night. I had fried shrimp and my husband had spaghetti and meatballs. My husband... More
Great table service food was average. I wasn't to happy that the food arrived in plastic bowls. The waitresses was very welcoming and highly impressed with the British Accent. I will return to the crabby Pig on my next visit to Cumberland in 2014.
We stayed in the Fairfield Inn and rode on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. Right in between the two we found the Crabby Pig and ended up eating there twice, once for lunch and once for dinner. The food was pretty good, some things better than others. For example, the jambalaya was very good but the ribs were dry and... More
The food is nothing to rave about. My husband did not like the bar-b-que and my crab soup was just so so. It is clean and seems well managed but don't go there for the food.
After your 184.5 mile trek (on foot or cycle) you end up here hot, sore, stinky, and most of all thirsty! The Crabby Pig is your first stop for libation and sustenance. Nothing to right home about, but it is reasonable price fare and filling. Can be crowded on the weekends, especially during the summer season. The deck is a... More
The food was average at best , it seemed like the majority of the food is frozen and microwave prep or deep fryer. The service was good and the restuarnt was reasonably clean. It was okay,but would not recommend this establishment.
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