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Comparison Chart: Memorial Day Holiday Weekend Crab Prices on Delmarva

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For many people on Delmarva, a favorite way to spend the Memorial Day holiday weekend is by enjoying blue crabs. If you're planning on buying crabs for carryout - either live or steamed - prices vary widely depending on location. Check out the price list below for an idea about how much it will cost you to buy crabs from some local places in the area. Unless otherwise noted, prices listed are for #1 (large) males.*

Location

Carryout

Address

Price by the Bushel

Salisbury

Fat Boys LLC

31278 Old Ocean City Rd, Salisbury, MD 21804

$190

Ocean City

PGN Crab House

2906 Philadelphia Ave, Ocean City, MD 21842

$210 (small, medium, large mix)

Ocean City

Higgins Crab House

3102 Coastal Hwy, Ocean City, MD

$185

Ocean City

OCM Crabs

7111 Coastal Hwy, Ocean City, MD 21842

$300

Ocean City

Crab Bag

13005 Coastal Hwy, Ocean City, MD 21842

$270

West Ocean City

Crab Alley

9703 Golf Course Rd, Ocean City, MD 21842

$250 (small, medium mix)

Berlin

Crabs To Go

11247 Ocean Gateway, Berlin, MD 21811

$240 (small, medium, large mix)

Fenwick Island

Rippons Seafood

36644 Lighthouse Rd, Selbyville, DE

$200 (estimate)

Fenwick Island

Fenwick Crab House

100 Coastal Hwy, Fenwick Island, DE 19944

$280

Easton

Crab Shack

9639 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD 21601

$250

Cambridge

Kool Ice & Seafood

110 Washington St, Cambridge, MD 21613

$160

Crisfield

The Crab Place

504 Maryland Ave, Crisfield, MD 21817

$297.99 (#2's only)

Chincoteague

Gary Howard Seafood

5315 Deep Hole Rd, Chincoteague Island, VA 23336

$120

* Prices gathered Thursday, May 26.

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