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Old 07-23-2008, 08:09 AM
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Question O.C. Maryland Place to stay?

Never been there, where would be a nice place to stay for a couple days ?
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OSO member Hot Duck owns a hotel there. Princess Royal is really nice. I have also stayed in the Holiday Inn that was really nice. Rooms have a small kitchen and nice sitting area/living room.
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OSO member Purnell also owns The Atlantic Hotel on the boardwalk
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Hot Duck owns the Commander Hotel, his cousin, Purnell, owns the Atlantic Hotel. Both are great guys!
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Awesome. So do we get an OSO discount?


P.S. What's a really good crab place to go to?
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Awesome. So do we get an OSO discount?


P.S. What's a really good crab place to go to?

Great crabs @ Bahama Mama next to MR Ducks by the inlet....
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Great crabs

Is the Mug-N-Mallet still there? There was another crab place on Coastal Hwy across from Jolly Ranger park...started with an S maybe ... Shuckers???
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OC rocks, just got back from a weekend there.
Make sure to hit Seacrets in the afternoon and at night.

If you like Golf, they have some great courses.
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Is the Mug-N-Mallet still there? There was another crab place on Coastal Hwy across from Jolly Ranger park...started with an S maybe ... Shuckers???
Yes it is, i had lunch there sunday. Higgins may be one of the better places for crabs, but honestly i've never been to a "good" crab place in OC. A lot of them have small crabs and they're often undercooked since they are trying to rush them out.
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Best crabs in Ocean City are at "On the Bay" seafood on 42nd street ocean side. Rob is the owner. He's a great guy, and his crabs are by far the best.

I always enjoyed Seacrets, but haven't been there in a year or two since we've moved to NC.
That's around 49th street or so. It's worth the trip no matter where you stay.

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