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Crisfield Crab House And Grill Open Again

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CRISFIELD, Md. - The Crisfield Crab House and Grill is open again.  After a soft open to start things off, more business is expected for the weekend of May 4.

Three local business owners are leasing the restaurant for six months from the owner.  Billie Chandler says the facility costs too much to purchase. "It's the heartbeat of Crisfield and without it being open it's like a lost ghost down here we're hoping to get it open and find a buyer for the place so it can continue to be open."

Surrounding business owners hope the restaurant business will help the rest of local businesses as well.  Patty Green owns the weathered porch and says, "I believe when people come to eat at the restaurant or at the Tiki Bar I think that they're going to meander across the street and come to my business and hopefully see something that they might like here as well."

The Crab House and Grill is also expected to bring 20 to 25 jobs to Crisfield.

 

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