From Our Editors
Captain Tony Vicari hauled his first catch out of the Chesapeake Bay at the age of 13 with his father. The two still work together capturing crabs. They personally catch or purchase each one served at Waterman's Pride Seafood, where the cooks steam the creatures to order on the same day they were nabbed from the sea. In addition to serving buckets of crabs and crab legs, the marine eatery serves platters of flounder fillets, housemade jumbo lump crab cakes, and stuffed or butterfly shrimp. A raw bar features mussels, oysters, and clams to accommodate their fear of fire.