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The lifecycle of blue crabs begins in the Gulf of Mexico.
Nearby, the new Barba Bianca is chef Frank DeCarlo's (NYC’s Peasant) ode to the fisherman: a 60-seat nautical spot with dockside dining, serving spaghetti with blue crabs and whole-roasted porgy.
Soft-shell crabs are blue crabs that have shed their hard shells in order to grow new ones.
The Maryland blue crab rolls were intriguing, delectable nibbles.
Stop by for a wide selection of live seafood, including Dungeness crab, clams, blue crabs, fish, shrimp, crawfish, periwinkles and more.
Entrees include ricotta cavatelli with pesto, a paccheri topped with blue crab, shrimp sausage, green onion, chilies and mint.
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