Thursday, February 23, 2017

Oh, My! A Treat Unlike Any Other!

For a long, long time we've been searching for the perfect crab cake.
We've enjoyed crab cakes all over the country. And we've found many tasty ones.
But last week, while attending a conference at National Harbor near Washington (actually in Oxen Hill, Maryland) we finally found the perfect crab cake.
It's at the Crab Cake Cafe on Riva Road in the National Harbor complex overlooking the Potomac. Journeying from Philadelphia, it's actually just off I-95 before you come to the Walt Whitman Bridge. Journeying from the other direction, you'll find National Harbor as soon as you cross the bridge.

Crab Cake Cafe is new, modern, well-lit and immaculate. It really quite spiffy.
But, most of all the crab cakes are all fresh, succulent lump crab meat -- no fillers, ever! And there are several types and combinations of sandwiches, platters, salads and soups available on the menu. We recommend the traditional Maryland crab cake.
The plentiful hand-cut fries are fragrant and delicious, too. The Old Bay cheddar corn muffin is sheer perfection. Everything about this place is just unbelievably good.
Hurry on down! You won't be disappointed.

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