Cruising the Northeast Corridor — Half Price Crabs in Harve de Grace

If you are hoping to avoid the highway rest stops on a road trip from New York to Washington, DC  — there’s a great little place to eat at the halfway mark.

Price's Seafood - Harve de Grace, MD
Price’s Seafood – Harve de Grace, MD

Price’s Seafood, in Harve de Grace, Maryland is a rundown crab shack on the waterfront in the quaint town of Harve de Grace, just past the Hatam Bridge.

This quintessential Maryland crab house is not fancy, but the crabs are great.  You can eat inside or on the porch.  They put heavy brown paper down on the tables — just as it should be.  Crabs are seasonally priced.

Yelp.com has a deal that gives you $10 off a purchase of $20.

There is an even better deal available on Restaurant.com where a $10 voucher will get you $25 worth of crabs or other menu items.

If you don’t want to mess with the steamed crabs, I highly recommend the salad topped with crab meat.

This place has an average rating of 4 stars on Yelp, TripAdvisor, and Urbanspoon.

Price’s is located  on the north end of the small business district, at 654 Water Street, just a few minutes off I-95 at exit 89.

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