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So where is this place?
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He mentions both the Fisherman's Inn and the new Bridges Restaurant..they are both south of the Kent Narrows bridge..

FYI..I suggested one of these place for the Chesapeake Randevue last year but got voted down...

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Any opinion on the following eatery..

Chick & Ruth's Delly, 165 Main Street Annapolis, MD

..as far as their crab cake sandwiches?
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Any opinion on the following eatery..

Chick & Ruth's Delly, 165 Main Street Annapolis, MD

..as far as their crab cake sandwiches?
It's a pit. What else do you want to know?
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..again what are their crab cake sandwiches like? Don't mind waiting if they are beyond expectation But opinions like "..it's the pits" is not very descriptive. I 've been in restaurants that are virtually 'hole in the walls' but their food was out of sight..

But my tastes are definitely different than most anyways..
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But my tastes are definitely different than most anyways..
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Woulda, where is this place?
Sorry all!!

Fisherman's Inn and Bridges are on Kent Island just off rt 50.
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Fisherman's Inn and Bridges are on Kent Island just off rt 50.
Technically these restaurants are not on Kent Island..but just before the Kent Narrows bridge going west bound on Rt 50. I highly recommend the Bridge restaurant, which by the way shares the same parking with the Jetty( a local watering hole for the locals), it is a bit more up scale both in cuisine and pricing but I think most will find it more accommodating to most..
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Chicks and Ruths- neat memorbelia and a whos who of former diners, but ....the food is awful and let me expand on Daves (grin)
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"its a pit"....
. The place is infested with cockroaches and I mean more than the state politicians, so no I wouldnt go for their crabcakes. There are so many other geat places with crabcakes. I love hole in the wall places...but I wont compromise with sanitation. I dont need to get sick.

Annapolis is berift of good restaurants....hard to understand. When the best restaurant food wise in town is a sushi place...you know you are in trouble.

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