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Old 08-12-2003, 06:27 AM
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Taking a poll on which restaurant on the Chesapeake Bay and its tributarys that is accessible by boat has the best crabcake.
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Stoney's on the Pax River.
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I think Middletons Tavern at city dock has the best crab cakes. But for a nice place to stop with good crab cakes too, I usually go to Magothy Seafood on Mill Creek off the Magothy. Of course, I just happen to live a little way up Mill Creek myself.

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Would have to agree that Stoney's on Pax River and now on Solomons Island has best crabcake on the Chesapeake and I would venture to say probably the best that I have ever had.

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I've got to agree on Stoney's for the crabcake. However it's just not worth the $150-200 for gas to get there for me So i'll vote for Captain Billy's
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If you want to go by car though; Timbuktu near Ft. Meade has my vote hands down.
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Stoney's has my vote.

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How about the "Crab Shack" on the Newport News side of the James River Bridge.
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I've got to agree on Stoney's for the crabcake. However it's just not worth the $150-200 for gas to get there for me So i'll vote for Captain Billy's
Do you think Captain Billy's is as good as it used to be? I would give them an "A" for atmosphere, but I think their food is so-so.

P.S. Will we see your new Cig on the Potomac this season?
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Do you think Captain Billy's is as good as it used to be? I would give them an "A" for atmosphere, but I think their food is so-so.

P.S. Will we see your new Cig on the Potomac this season?

My name is Craig and I'm addicted to BACKFINS. "If I had a dollar for each of those red drinks........
It's not even close to the "good ole days", but I've been going there for over 20 years.

I won't know for a few weeks what our timeline on the Cig will be I like to do things right the first time (engines)
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