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All you can eat crab legs in Baltimore

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I have some visitors coming from out of town with a child who wants all you can eat crab legs. I have no idea where to go in or around Baltimore. A chinese buffet would even be okay. This child wants crab legs, not whole crabs. I know there used to be a place near Carney, but it closed a few years ago. Any help would be great.

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  1. I am not sure but doesn't Red Lobster have something like that?

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    1. re: hon

      Red Lobster has snow crab legs for $18.99/pound, add another 1/2 pound for another 5.99 or something...I went there last weekend (to use a gift card) and had a terrible experience. 25 minute wait, to get choppy service, no water or bread given till after we were done our apps. But the kicker was that my wife and I both ordered the crab legs, me getting the extra 1/2 pound added on. Usually the crab meat should be somewhat juicy and should slide out of the shell without too much effort. We had to basically crack every inch of our shells and dish out the meat with our fingers, taking almost an hour to do so. Normally, I would complain about this, but given we were dining at Red Lobster, I chalked it up as par for the course. Definately my last meal at a RL.

      1. re: bmore_flavor

        I am not a big Red Lobster fan, I just couldn't think of any place else that would have AUCE crab legs! Isn't there a Chinese Buffet on Eastern Avenue near the bridge into Essex?

    2. Does the Phillips Buffet in the Harbor have crab legs?

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      1. re: viperlush

        Bingo!
        I just checked their website and it said they were temporarily closed for renovations:
        http://www.phillipsseafood.com/index....

      2. The New No Da Gi on Charles at 25th for one price has ACE snow crab legs, Korian Bar B que, sushi, ribs and more. I not a fan of buffets but this is pretty good.