Seafood is preferred far and wide over bee food, which typically results in chases by angry swarms and folks locking themselves in their cars. Grub on the goodness graced by the sea with this offer from Abner's Crab House, good for $20 toward a bushel of crabs for $10.
Back in the day, Bobby Abner started crabbing off a Randle Cliff, Maryland pier at age 11 and by 1966 Abner's Crab House was born. Now a Chesapeake Beach staple, the seafood hot spot still serves up its famous crabs along with many other specialties. Long, paper-covered tables light up the eyes of patrons eager to crack into spiced and steamed blue crabs, but for those that aren't all about that, popular options are featured like the 12-ounce rib eye, the crab ball entrée, sandwiches, burgers, and signature steampots filled with your favorite seafaring delights like crab legs, mussels, fish, oysters and more. Bring your brood by tonight for a sea-fresh feast, and you'll find yourself frequently steering back for more.