I was in Florida for my birthday so when I returned we came here. The corn was fresh & sweet, fried delmarvous chicken. However they were out of fried clams and the Maryland blue crabs were a bit small but plentiful.
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Okay if you want fancy don't go here. If you want casual REALLY GOOD FOOD this is your place. It is a crab house. The shrimp is over the top fantastic. The pretzel sticks and hush puppies are fabulous. You might have to wait for...More
The Old mill crab house is always the first stop on our way to vacationing in Virginia. The all you can eat, crab legs and blue crabs are not to be missed. Great service, always busy which is a good sign, and phenomenal seafood!!! Make...More
first time with family expensive but had a good time food was great, service was great would go back again waitress was very nice
We'd eaten here years ago and it was still great. We had the blue crabs but the menu is broader. The staff is friendly and helpful for novice crab eaters.
One of those places to roll up your sleeves and dig into those Maryland blue crabs! I loved having the option of adding a blue crab to whatever meal I wanted or stand alone. Great hush puppies and crab dip ... sides were pretty typical...More
Absolutely love this place. From Alyssa who took such great care of us to the quality food it doesn't get any better. Sunday afternoon we got there just after opening and the place was filling up fast. Loosened my belt and dug in. All you...More
Annually my family and I eat here, the food is fantastic and plenty of it, if you leave from there hungry... well, that's your fault!! For the most part I get the all you can eat crabs, awesome to say the least, but this year...More
All you can eat crabs were $47 per person but for out of towners craving fresh steamed crabs this is the place! Your dinner comes with clam strips, corn on the cob and hush puppies to eat while you wait on your crabs to come....More
Excellent seafood. Crabs specialty. Local favorite out of mainstream and visitor's likely path. Family style atmosphere like some old Italian restaurants in NYC, long tables or booths, brown paper table cloths, busy, mostly loud, Food excellent. Service great. Steamed corn on the cob everybody's favorite,...More