The Crab Station is one of the original stands at Fishermans Wharf. It is the second stand on Taylor, situated amongst eateries where throngs of tourists gather. The crabs are just as fresh and expensive as any of the eating places nearby. The crabs at a real sit down restaurant are even more expensive. The crabs are boiled or steamed. There is just a tiny counter for customers to eat at while standing. So here is a tip if you want to eat there. Directly across from where the crabs are being cooked is #2 Crab Station (red sign). First go inside there, grab seat(s), and place your order with the girl. Limited seating but at least you will not be eating while standing up. She will bring your order from across the way, collect money, and give you change back. Had a Dungeness Crab ($25) and Clam Chowder in Sourdough Bowl ($8.50) which was enough for two. The crab was fresh and sweet. But the clam chowder was below average. The sourdough bread was rather chewy. The eating experience was worthwhile except for the many diners gawking and waiting for your table. Did I mentioned space to eat comfortably was severely limited?