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“CrabCake”

Bailey's Crab House and Seafood Market
Price range: $5 - $25
Cuisines: Seafood
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Dining options: Lunch, Dinner
Description: Baileys Crabhouse And Seafood Market Offers Local Fresh Seafood With Many Different Side Dishes To Choose From.Baileys Offers Daily Specials Each Day At Reasonable Prices.Baileys Crabcakes And Hot Crab Dip With Fried Pita Bread Chips Are A Favorite With Everyone. Baileys Smoked Salmon And Tuna Dip Will Satisfy Any Tastebud.Baileys Oyster Stew Is Like No Other In The Panhandle.For Non Seafood Lovers Baileys Offers The Big Hoss Burger And The Smoked Chicken B.L.T To Satisfy Any Hunger.The Kids Are Covered With A 1/4# All-Beef Hot Dog Or A Grilled Cheese Sandwich,OR Fried Fish Toes.To Finish Up Your Meal Baileys Offers Mouth Watering Key Lime Pie And Peanut Butter Pie For The Final Finally. Let's Not Forget About The Seafood Market Filled Daily With Fresh Local Seafood For Carry Out. Experience Baileys. You'll Be Glad You Did!!!!!!!
Reviewed November 5, 2012

Had the best crab cake sandwich here! They have a cute little store also and a lot of local people were in and out which is always a good sign!

1  Thank PandatheBrat
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Reviewed September 22, 2012 via mobile

Had a late lunch/early dinner here on a Sunday. First of all, yes it is also a seafood market, and it did have a certain scent. However, the place was clean and the food was very good. We split the crab cakes, which were very good. Their sides didn't disappoint either. Mac and cheese was cheesy and delicious. Beans were alright, nothing special, excellent potato salad - big hunks of potatoes and tossed in some kind of mayo relish concoction. Cole slaw was also very good. Our server was friendly and checked on us frequently. We would definitely go back.

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3  Thank re08212014v
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Reviewed September 10, 2012

We ate here on a week night and while we weren't happy to hear that they were out of oysters, scallops, salad, and a couple other things we preferred that they were out rather than selling food past its prime.

We tried the bronzed grouper and peel-and-eat shrimp. It was all decent but for eating on disposable tableware it was a bit pricey. Also, the sides were ok but nothing wonderful. We might try again since we had a recommendation to try here but with all the other options around we would probably hesitate to go back.

The cheese grits were a nice side option. Also the she-crab soup was tasty.

1  Thank theorbo-pgh
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

Tried this restaurant based on Tripadvisor reviews. This restaurant is also a seafood market as the name implies and the smell as we entered let you know quickly what it was. Probably should have left but decided to give it a try. We were quickly seated as we were the only one's there. We had a table by a big window facing the parking lot . The window had numerous flies crawling over it and dead flies on the sill. We decided to move to another table which worked out well until our food came and the flies decided to join us. Our waiter was very friendly and recommened the baked fish with crab meat. I got the fish and my wife ordered the sauteed crab claws. Our food arrived in a reasonable amount of time but was disappointing. The fish come in chunks surrounding a mound of crab stuffing covered with bread crumbs. The fish was mushy and the dish was bland. The crab claws were some of the smallest I have seen in a restaurant and were practically floating in butter when they arrived. There was an additional container of melted butter served with the dish but it congealed about 5 minutes after arriving at the table. The claws weren't very attractive and the taste wasn't any better. The food and drinks are served in styrofoam containers and the plastic utinsels are in baskets on each table where the flies can crawl on them. We were at the restaurant for about an hour and no one else ate there. I don't think we will revisit Bailey's.

3  Thank Tim M
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Reviewed August 11, 2012

How casual you may ask? Well, the utensils are plastic, if that helps, the furniture is battered and loud (pick up your chair when you stand up, please), and the only view is the parking lot off 98. But, the food is yummy! Especially recommended are the key lime pie and the crab fritters. Four adult diners cost us $100 minus the tip (that includes one glass of wine).

1  Thank Vicki S
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