Crab salad. Crab roll. Crab cakes. Crab soufflé. Crab chowder. If the mere thought of these delicious dishes makes your mouth water, you need to seek out the perfect place to treat yourself to a lunch or dinner where the leading role is played by crab. The following places in Massachusetts will help you curb your craving—at least for a while.
Whether it’s snow crab or blue crab you crave, Shaking Crab has both—and more. Their crab is cooked up Cajun style and best when washed down with their homemade Southern sweet tea. Dine in or take your crab to go.
Whether you’re seeking crab as an appetizer or as your main course, you’ll find it all at the Barking Crab. A rich, creamy crab dip is the perfect way to begin your meal. Follow it up with Alaskan King Crab, Dungenous Crab or a Mixed Crab Bowl. Don’t like your crab straight? Check out the crab cakes instead. Dine inside or out in season.
Crab literally takes the cake at Turner’s Seafood. Their rock crab is skillfully incorporated into one of the best crab cakes around. Enjoy it as an entrée. Check out a smaller portion sans any sides as an appetizer.
What’s summer without a delicious crab roll? You’ll indulge in one of the best around at Courthouse Seafood Restaurant. Fresh seafood straight from the docks is served here. If a crab roll isn’t your thing, try their crab cakes, which are equally as delicious.
For Cajun crab cooked right, visit Holly Crab. Choose the type of crab you want—Blue, Dungeness, King or Snow—then choose the delicious flavors you want it cooked in. Once you’ve decided how spicy you want your crab, and what sides you want to enjoy with it, you’ll be counting the minutes until it arrives on your table!
King Crab is one of the top features at Sturbridge Seafood. This seafood center away from the ocean has fresh seafood delivered daily. You’ll enjoy red bliss potatoes, fresh vegetables and a medley of sausage, clams, shrimp and mussels to complement your crab. And it’s served with plenty of fresh, melted creamery butter.
Crab doesn’t take the main stage at Grill 23, but it does very nicely on the appetizer menu instead. King Crab served hot or cold is the perfect beginning to other types of seafood, steak or chops. And if you want to jazz it up a bit, start your meal with their delicious crab cakes instead.
Enjoy the Lobster and Lump Crab Creole served over toasted bread at the Blue-Eyed Crab, where the crab complements—but isn’t in the least bit overshadowed—by the lobster. Crispy Maine Crab Cakes also grace the impressive menu, along with Crab Crusted Cod.