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Seven award-winning specialty crab cakes, including the largest crab cake in the world -- the 20 oz. Pounder -- make The Crackpot Restaurant well worth diving into. This deal offers a taste of these fresh catches and more: • $15 for $30 to spend on food and drinks at dinner • Try the Mexican Crab Cake with salsa & green peppers or the Hawaiian with ham & pineapple • Turf options include New York strip, filet mignon, or a barbecue chicken sandwich • Gluten-free crab cakes and other options round out the menu
Why To Go: With 9 varieties of crab cakes and the 20 oz "biggest crab cake in Maryland," the award-winning, retro, Crackpot Restaurant has been the quintessential Maryland seafood spot since 1972. What To Taste: Crab cakes, shrimp cakes and more crab cakes. You truly can't go wrong with the Maryland All Lump Crab Cake, Smokehouse Crab Cake, Blackened Crab Cake, Mexican Crab Cake, Hawaiian Crab Cake, Cruise Missile Crab Cake, Caribbean Jerk Crab Cake, Italian Crab Cake or battered and deep-fried Crab Fluffs, but there's plenty of succulent steaks, sandwiches, salads and more, if you're more of a land lover. What You Should Know: The Crackpot can make all of their crab cakes gluten-free, so you won't have to sacrifice your cravings for allergies. Crab cakes aren't the only thing that will blow your mind here, as the new Shrimp Cakes using Gulf Coast shrimp have quickly become a hit.
In a world where your 3-D TV is quickly upstaged by groundbreaking smell-o-vision technology, we tend to live by the idea that "newer is better." But the latest isn't always the greatest, especially when it comes to food. Harboring a craving for a hometown classic? Head on over to The Crackpot Restaurant with today's Save for $30 worth of seafood for just $15. From the raw bar to Italian-inspired entrées like seafood lasagna, this 40-year-old Towson gem serves up Maryland seafood staples for all tastes. Paying homage to Maryland's most famous dish, The Crackpot boasts not one, but ten crab cakes varieties, including The Pounder Plus: "the biggest crab cake in town," weighing in at a whopping 20 ounces. Not feeling seafaring? We recommend the tender prime rib or classic chicken parmesan over linguini. Whether you're enjoying dinner with the family or grabbing a drink with friends at Baltimore's longest bar, The Crackpot's casual, nautical-themed dining room and fantastic fare will help you find your sea legs. How does it work? Show me how to Save!
The Crackpot Seafood Restaurant was opened in 1971 and was one of the first crab houses in Baltimore to fly crabs in from Louisiana year round. As one might expect, the Crackpot has won numerous awards for it's hot, steamed crabs- the most recent being Best Steamed Crabs of 2003 - Towson Magazine. As the popularity of the Crackpot grew, so did its menu. By 1983, it was voted the Best Seafood Restaurant by the Baltimore Magazine. The Crackpot Restaurant, located in one of Towson's most pleasant settings, has built a solid reputation for offering guests superb cuisine and pleasant dining. The restaurant offers a casual, comfortable setting, and is the perfect place to spend time with family and friends. Crackpot features an impressively varied menu, complete with house specialties, with something sure to please every member of your group. The friendly staff at Crackpot Restaurant looks forward to making your next dining experience a pleasant and truly unforgettable experience.
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