EAT AROUND THE TOWN

Porthole Cruise Magazine - - The Insider -

_ Yes, our crab cakes are jus­ti­fi­ably fa­mous. The best are the size of soft­balls, hand-formed from nearly 100 per­cent jumbo lump, the sweet, del­i­cate meat found by the crab’s swim­ming fins. Find the real deal at Fai­d­ley Seafood in Lex­ing­ton Mar­ket, which has been fil­let­ing fish since the late 1800s. And while Bal­ti­more may be fa­mous for its crab cake sand­wiches, we’ve got an­other homegrown spe­cialty: pit beef sand­wiches, which in­volve slow-grilled top round, sliced thin, and tra­di­tion­ally served on a kaiser roll with horse­rad­ish and onions. Down­town, you can find them dur­ing Ori­oles’ games at Boog’s BBQ stand, at the Sun­day morn­ing farm­ers mar­ket, or at Chaps Pit Beef, which has been fea­tured nu­mer­ous times on the Food Net­work for its over­flow­ing won­ders.

Fai­d­ley Seafood

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