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Party of 4 that called ahead for a reservation. Terrible service. Took an hour and a half to get our meal, after being told “it’s coming out now” three times in a half hour - once by the owner (or manager). I had the pan...More
After taking the Chesapeake Breeze cruise to Tangier island, we ate a wonderful crab cake dinner at The Crazy Crab. (Most of the Tangier restaurants were closed in early May.) Be both ate the two broiled crab cake dinner with sides of house salad and...More
A long lovely drive to a Town stuck in the 50’s- pre internet. It’s all about the Water front and apparently Church as everything was closed on Sunday but the Crazy Crab. We shared a captains seafood platter. Although good- not great. It was a...More
We found this great restaurant by looking for dockage for the night. Open only on Fridays,Saturday and Sunday during winter months. Very good service, even met the owner! He came to our table to ask how we are. Wow what a nice touch. Our dinner...More
The restaurant is on the water edge so you can sit inside and look out or sit outside and hear the sounds of the water. The staff was good but could improve. The menu had a good selection but the best items were seafood because...More
We really enjoyed our dinner at the Crazy Crab. The food was good, service very friendly, and the view unbeatable. The seafood/pasta dishes were excellent! We ordered a bottle of Virginia wine, which was also quite
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The last time I was there, they had a ramp up to the main dining room. The open porch is at ground level and I am not sure whether there is an open spot from the parking lot onto the dock and lower level or not. The parking... More
The last time I was there, they had a ramp up to the main dining room. The open porch is at ground level and I am not sure whether there is an open spot from the parking lot onto the dock and lower level or not. The parking lot is chipped rock and would be hard to roll a wheel chair over but it could be done.