Fresh seafood flown in from American shorelines creates Maryland-style crab cakes, fried oyster sandwiches, and other aquatic entrees
What You'll Get
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The Fine Print
About Crab Corner
When Maryland natives Mark and John Smolen moved to Nevada, they pretty quickly found themselves pining for authentic crab cakes. That’s when they called in the pilots. Today the Smolens fly in wholesale seafood every day to put into their favorite dishes at Crab Corner, where live blue crabs from the Chesapeake Bay fill the menu of crab dip, crab cakes, and whole steamed blue crabs. Shrimp flown in from Louisiana join onion and dill atop the shrimp salad sandwich, and the menu crawls onto land for the pulled pork barbecue sandwich. Waitstaff clad in Crab Corner's signature "I Got Crabs in Vegas" t-shirts ferry plates from table to table—and, at the new location on Rainbow, across a wide patio—along with small wooden crab hammers to release juicy meat or call the world's smallest court to order.