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Holly's at Kent Narrows

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Bill | | Oct 16, 2001 10:19 AM

Stopped at Holly's for lunch last Sunday. It was jammed, as usual. And as usual, we had to wait no more than 5 minutes for a table. And as usual, we had to wait no more than another minute after being seated for a waitress to take our drink order. And as usual, she brought a beer and an iced tea in less than 30 seconds. The service at Holly's is always amazing.

Holly's does have the best Maryland Crab Soup I've ever had. It is a touch salty, but it should be. It's packed with vegetables, including cabbage and tomatoes, nice pieces of crab, and a wonderful undertone of Old Bay throughout.

I had the Fried Crab Cake Sandwich. While not winning any awards on K Street, it is exactly what I wanted. A large, firm cake, freshly fried on a nice soft roll with very good tartar sauce on the side. My wife had the Maryland Fried Chicken Platter with side orders of Stewed Lima Beans and Whipped Potatoes with Chicken Gravy. Heaven.

Don't remember what each thing cost. But with two beers and one iced tea, bowl of soup and two entrees, the whole bill was less than $25 bucks. For a downtown guy with and Amex bill to challenge the mortgage payment, the entire experience was a delight that I am still reminiscing about on Tuesday.

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