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Old 08-12-2003, 01:24 PM
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I also agree that annies sucked all the way around!
 
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Old 08-12-2003, 01:28 PM
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I also agree that annies sucked all the way around!
Really? We go there for their hamburgers and very friendly service. Our kids love all the attention and we love a break so we can eat.
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G&M Hands down - almost impossible to finish the double platter of crabcakes. Too bad have to go by land. I ordered 10 and keep them frozen, not as good as being there but still pretty good.
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G&M Hands down - almost impossible to finish the double platter of crabcakes. Too bad have to go by land. I ordered 10 and keep them frozen, not as good as being there but still pretty good.
Hey Dreamboater,

Try this link. You can order G & M's crabcakes and have them delivered!!!!

http://www.gandmcrabcakes.com/index.html
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I will have to check out Stoneys. A few of us may be heading to Solomons for labor day weekend.

I was at Gilligans two Sundays ago and had a pretty good crabcake.

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We are headed to to Solomon's this weekend.
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G &M and Timbuktu are supposedly owned by the same people and definitely seem to have the same crabcakes. the crabcakes at these places are good but people seem to be wowwed by the size more than anything. there use to be a bar in balto city called Bass's Bar that had the best tasting crab cakes around. as for Annies i have been there more than a dozen times easy and have alway had good service not always great but always good. bar side seems to be better than restaraunt side.

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Body shot - The best place near the races on the Choptank is "Suicide Bridge Restaurant" I think the name alone makes it a good place for offshore racers.

That's where I plan on eatin my Blue Claws. I hope there is a good turn out for the race.
 
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Overpriced but good - Kent Manor Inn
Everday crabcakes - Annies
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