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Bashful3 Apr 11, 2012 07:37 PM

It's been ages. Have no clue where one could find really good seafood that isn't
a gambler's type expensive joint.

Any suggestions?

Sorry, tomorrow morning is the only time I'll have to check this before we
leave for an overnight stay.

Bashful3 in Philly

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    newfie29 Apr 12, 2012 04:22 AM

    You can't go wrong with Dock's Oyster House - it's an institution and a true old school seafood house. Make sure you try an assortment of oysters - we were there two weeks ago, and the four of us, after tasting an assortment put together for us by our excellent waiter, all agreed that the Cape May Salts were the way to go. At $2/oyster, the prices, while not cheap, really aren't bad. Also, if you're a dessert person, I highly recommend their key lime pie - the best I've had in quite some time. Have fun!

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      Bashful3 Apr 12, 2012 06:32 AM

      Thanks! Sounds perfect. Outta here.

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