My wife and I had dinner there last night. She had the crab quesadilla. This she said was very good. They really boast of their crabs cakes, so I ordered the 8 oz. dinner made with Gulf crab meat - most Marylander's would agree, not as savory as Chesapeake (yet superior to Asian crab). It arrived over fried and rather mushy inside. Had no real flavor to speak of. The Old Bay shaker on the table helped out very little to bam-up the crab cake. The coleslaw had a strange flavor; was tasting it hours latter. The prices on the menu were rather high for the quality of the food, atmosphere and location. I am amazed on the volume of patrons who seem to worship this place. This was, I think the third time in many years we've been there. And still, mostly disappointing. I have FINALLY learned my lesson; last visit.
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