Crab Dishes in the Corridor

Crab Dishes in the CorridorCrab is a versatile food that can be prepared in a variety of ways. Not only is it delicious, but it’s also a low-calorie dish that is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are great for heart and brain health. We’ve put together a guide of crab dishes in the Corridor, so you can plan your next night out around which dish you want to try.

Nate’s Seafood

Nate’s seafood serves up boiled crab by the pound accompanied by corn and potatoes. Choose from snow crab, bairdi snow crab, dungeness crab, Or Alaskan king crab. If boiled crab isn’t your thing, try the Soft Shell Orleans, one of Nate’s signature dishes. The meal comes with fried soft shell crabs, topped with crabmeat, and sauteed in a creole butter wine sauce with your choice of side. Nate’s is a must-visit if you’re looking to try a new crab dish.

Anaya’s Seafood

For unbeatable crab cakes, stop by Anaya’s. Their lump crab cakes are served with a delicious lemon dill aioli that pairs perfectly with the light and tender cake. This crab appetizer makes the perfect start to a seafood meal. 

Arthur’s Prime Steaks and Seafood

Begin your dinner with a cold appetizer, such as the Jumbo Lump Crap Cocktail from Arthur’s Prime Steaks and Seafood, or go for a hot appetizer, like Arthur’s Lump Crab Cake made with sweet cream corn. Crab cakes are also prepared as an entree, served with sauteed baby kale, brussels sprout leaves, dauphinoise potato, and sweet cream corn. 

Chamberlain’s Steak and Chophouse

For a southern twist on crab cakes, stop by Chamberlian’s for their Lump Crab Cake Victoria with Southern Pecan Slaw. For the main course, pair your crab with a fish with the Almond Crusted Flounder with Jumbo Lump Crabmeat, or the Scottish Salmon with Lump Crabmeat sauce. Both dishes are served with Yukon gold potatoes.

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