Adventures written by the VAMONDE Team
Fresh Maryland blue crabs, crabs who live in the unique waters of the Chesapeake Bay, may look the same, but they taste radically different.
Buttery sweet and served doused in butter and spices, there is a time-honored ritual to eating these arthropods. That ritual also happens to be super fun. Grab a hammer, a brown paper table cloth, and a bucket. Then, begin smashing. At Locust Point Steamers, they've been doing it in just that way for fifteen years. But the tradition they're keeping alive is much, much older. Learn all about the restaurant and why it feels like it's been in Baltimore forever in this video from MPT News.
On the off chance that you're not a seafood fan and have been dragged along by your friends, never fear. L.P. Steamers has Buffalo wings, blackened chicken sandwiches, and even hamburgers on the menu to tide you over. The place even serves desserts from a local bakery.
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