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Congratulations To Our Restaurant Of The Week

The Crab Truck & Seafood Stop

This week we are proud to feature The Crab Truck & Seafood Stop as our Restaurant of the Week.

Richard Anderson started selling live local crabs off the converted back of a 1977 Dodge with a refrigerator unit. The Crab Truck became very popular after a few years and Richard was selling crabs five days a week during the summer. Rain or shine, long lines of customers formed throughout the summer months waiting to purchase live crabs.  The loyalty of the customers and Richard’s willingness to supply quality crabs seemingly knew no bounds; Richard even met a customer at The Crab Truck during Hurricane Hugo to provide a bushel of crabs for a “Hurricane Party.” Read more about the history of The Crab Truck & Seafood Stop here.

Here’s what people are saying about The Crab Truck & Seafood Stop:







When you go to The Crab Truck & Seafood Stop let us know about your experience.

Follow The Crab Truck & Seafood Stop on the following Social Media platforms:

https://www.facebook.com/TheSeafoodStop/

https://www.instagram.com/theseafoodstop_md/

About our Features of the Week:

One of our goals is to help local Restaurants in Harford County grow, which is why we constantly remind people and businesses to Support Local. Each week we feature a Restaurant of the Week for you, so please visit these Restaurants and share their information. You may be the Harford County Living Restaurant of the Week in the future.

Restaurants love free advertising, and this is one way to get it. We have over 17,750 Social Media Followers and Millions of hits to our website, so why not take advantage and reach them.

If you would like to be featured or nominate someone as the Restaurant of the Week, please email rbennett@harfordcountyliving.com and a questionnaire will be sent to you.

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