Thursday, February 2, 2023
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1st Maryland Crab Cake Tour: Day 14 “Never had a finer crab cake than this one…” he said in Hoopers Island

We did not pick a "best crab cake" on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour but we'll say that we had none finer than this most remote of locations in the most awesome setting. Next time, we'll get some oysters, too! Watch the Old Salty's videos and you'll know that we know and now you know...

High on a hill in Highlandtown and exploring The Chasseur view and crab cake

When Nestor's childhood pal and lifer restaurateur Brian Eder bought a new place at the corner of Highland and Foster, we knew this view would kick off the local portion of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

The romantic Date Night, sunset Ocean City crab cake at The Hobbit

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour had many views and styles and substance but nothing beat the view of the heron and egrets and the tasty cake on 81st Street Bayside at the beach on a Saturday night.

The delicate touch of a crab cake with a view at The Hobbit in Ocean City

If it's date night at the beach, Garvey Heiderman and his family have spent a few decades showing folks the best Bayside hospitality and a legendary take on the cake.

Happy in Highlandtown high above the city with an incredible view at The Chasseur

Longtime local drinkslinger and hospitality champ Brian Eder joins Nestor to discuss their childhood in Dundalk, local crab cakes, baseball and the joys of Highlandtown. Oh, and do you know his "big fish" tale?

Staying in Fells Point for a Baltimore staycation all summer long

Juan Webster of Sagamore Pendry discusses his iconic Fells Point property and life in Baltimore during pandemic at the city's finest hotel.
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