1st Maryland Crab Cake Tour: Day 3 A Jolly tour on the O.C. boards with The Lord of The Fries at Thrashers and a BLU cake

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Why does that vinegar taste so good on those Thrashers french fries on The OC Boardwalk?

On Day 3 of the 2020 Maryland Crab Cake Tour, Nestor made his way down the boardwalk to the Jolly Roger on The Pier and that means Thrasher’s French Fries, too!

Follow along all of July for last year’s glorious and delicious 30 crab cakes in 30 days (#CrabCakeTour on Twitter and Facebook) and let Nestor re-tell you where to go this summer for a tasty ‘cake.

This year’s tour is sponsored by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill Industries, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland and begins at Rocky Gap State Park on August 1st and will stretch for 31 thirsty days and nights as Nestor celebrates his 31st Anniversary as Baltimore’s longest-running and most celebrated radio voice and media traveling crab cake taster all month for a second run at great Maryland businesses and local breweries all over The Free State. From Oakland to Ocean City, from Cumberland to Cambridge – The Maryland Crab Cake Tour retrospective from 2020 is here and the 2021 edition is coming your way.

If you have a nominee for a delicious Maryland crab cake somewhere on the local roads, now is the time to toss Nestor a note: nes@baltimorepositive.com. We’re always looking for a new place to bring our sponsors: The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill Industries and Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland in support of Restaurant Week from September 16-25, 2022.

Having fun in Ocean City with families always includes a trip to Jolly Roger

Putting the kids on the fields of Ocean City for four decades, Al “Hondo” Handy chatted with Nestor. Hear it below:

Ocean City and rich history of The Embers and becoming BLU

Tackling Ocean City and the tasty BLU crab cake

Tom Perlozzo and Nestor talk Maryland from Cumberland to Baltimore and the magic of Ocean City

The great folks at Coastal Salt made sure I was well fed late at night on The Boardwalk. And nice to bump into listeners as well!
Found out my Dundalk High pal Laird Evans was honkytonking at the country bar that I will always call “The Paddock.” One night, Batman spiked my drink in 1996…or at least that is what I tell people!
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