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Stoney's Broome Island Review by Tom Sietsema in Post

Joe H. | Jul 31, 2004 05:33 AM

The link is below. Two stars. Still, as my previous post, is there a better overall crab house/restaurant with a water view? Stoney's is my overall favorite, over Cantler's and Popes Creek among others because of its crab cakes, soup, etc. But there must be someplace even better. The Narrows has the best crab cakes and exemplery cream of crab soup but despite the waterside setting, I think loses a bit because it's not outdoors. Jerry's in Lanham is excellent but sits in a strip mall with a gas station view! Captain's Galley in Crisfield has exemplery crab cakes, good hard shells, good sides and is on the water-it may rival Stoney's but loses a bit to Stoney's incredible floating deck ambience. Steamboat Landing, 50 yards out on a pier in Galesville, was THE absolute best Maryland seafood restaurant/crab house in the late '70's and early '80's. Atmosphere the equal of any. But not any more-different owners, different food. Still, is there one place that is truly the best, the equal of what I thought Steamboat Landing once was?

Has anyone been to Sandgate Inn? Waterman's Crab House in Rock Hall? Suicide Bridge restaurant?
Bonz, there must be one place that you know which none of us have ever heard of? The place in Point Lookout?

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