A new promotion seeks to restore the Chesapeake Bay by encouraging diners to order Maryland seafood.
Baltimore is home to venues that serve the best of all waterborne fare, including the classic seafood staple fish and chips. Originally popularized in places like Britain and Ireland, Baltimore restaurants serve up plates good enough to rival those made abroad.
Spring’s crab glut has quickly become summer’s crab shortage. And with crab consumption a July Fourth holiday ritual on Delmarva, crustacean connoisseurs could be in for some disappointment.
Oysters, crabs, striped bass and other seafood favorites are the topic of discussion for fisheries managers meeting in Annapolis.
Maryland is looking for a new logo to help market the state’s seafood and state officials are asking the public for their ideas.
Skipper’s is closed for renovations, but the seafood buffet and $2 crab specials will remain.
Ocean City’s Restaurant Week is back a month earlier this year, kicking off on Sunday, May 6 and continuing through Sunday, May 20. Check out some of the best restaurants participating in this delicious Ocean City, Md. event.
If warm, dry weather feels good to us, we aren’t alone. It’s also been having an impact on crabs and fish in the bay.
It’s an unfailingly good choice no matter what. Out-of-town visitors craving some authentic Maryland seafood? Relaxing atmosphere for catching up with family and friends over good food? Cozy spot for Sunday brunch? Low-key bar in the midst of a nightlife hot spot for happy hour? Mama’s on the Half Shell seems to satisfy any requirement.
Maryland’s crab packing houses were due to close next week, rather than meet federal orders to increase the wages of foreign workers. It was a plan to make those jobs more attractive to Americans. But a delay on the pay boost has saved the busiest part of the crabbing season.
Sen. Barbara Mikulski says the Department of Labor will delay implementation of visa changes that will increase wages for migrant workers at seafood processing plants.
Harvesting oysters from the Chesapeake Bay could become as simple as pulling up a cage from a local waterway under a new push by the state of Maryland to develop aquaculture ventures.