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Kibby's is known for its shrimp salad, and it truly is something: enormous shrimp and lots of 'em in a perfect mélange of dressing, chopped onion, and Old Bay. However, much else on Kibby's wide-ranging menu is also very good, and those who enjoy classic seafood dishes like crab imperial and oyster stew will be well served. Sour beef with dumplings is also done right here at Kibby's, and Maryland crab soup is rendered with skill. Who knew dining with the blue-hair crowd could be such a rewarding culinary experience?
Hidden away in an industrial waterfront basin in South Baltimore, Nick's is “adaptive reuse” at its Baltimore best. Crabs, beer, and assorted fried stuff just taste better when guzzled and grubbed on a broad deck overlooking pleasure crafts (and a roaring highway). If you can't get a table outside, the spacious restaurant is perfectly pleasant, if a bit thick with the post-frat vibe. Nick's is great for large groups, though that also means you might end up sharing deck space with a bunch of dudes in Hawaiian shirts celebrating having met their sales goals. When flying solo, better to belly up at the original Nick's Seafood counter at Cross Street Market.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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