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Schultz's Crabhouse was named a recipient of a James Beard "America's Classics" award today, one of five restaurants in America. Their website is here - I had originally posted the above in response to a request by Anthony Bourdain about where to eat in Baltimore (he specified 'no fine dining'). My-T-Fine was the most awesome Sno-Cone stand I've ever seen in my life, but it closed.
We decided to go to something that I had heard about in a tourist magazine at the Hyatt when we were staying there! I also had read about it in some of the local publications... it's called Philip's! They had a brunch at 26.95? pp, parking under the restaurant was 5.00 flat (make sure you bring a 5.00 or LOADS of change or some singles and quarters! LOL) We enjoyed a seafood, chicken, roast beef and breakfast buffet-brunch as well as nice desserts more than you could possibly stomach! They also had crab legs, all types of shellfish, stuff on the shell, crawfish, shrimp, everything you can imagine! I had some sliced roast beef, grouper, snapper, hush puppies, bacon, waffles, s...on a shingle, pasta salad, french toast, shrimp and more, but about 1/2 serving spoon of each since I would burst!!!!! Anyhow I had the mango drink special it was delicious! and hubby had an iced tea, I had a coca cola and we drank lots of water as well. The total with tip was under $100.00 with all drinks, tax etc. A word to the wise though, when you visit here do not eat before and expect to skip supper being over-full! It is easy to get to from VA less than 30 minutes drive from anywhere in Fairfax Co and closeby to anyone in the DC area as well. They have a beautiful porch area with open windows so you can watch things go by... it was very nice and "homey". The staff was attentive as well. Go there!