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Grabbing Life by the Claws

Visit our restaurant along the Susquehanna River today to enjoy our wonderful food and a great waterfront view.

Crabs and Oysters

The Maryland Blue Crab is probably the most recognized symbol of Maryland. Mature crabs average 5-7 inches across and are

most plentiful from late summer through fall. We also happily buy from Louisiana to satisfy our customers who LOVE the big ones. 

After crab season begins to diminish Water Street Seafood transforms from Crab House to Oyster House.

Join us on Thursday nights in November for Buck A Shuck oysters (local oysters only) as well as what we call

Out of Towners (oysters from around the globe).

Water Street works with the best oyster purveyors to bring you oysters from the North, the West and Canada.

Looking to try something different than Water Street is the place to be. 




Crabs are served  April through October 

subject to availability!

Market Price

**Subject to change without notice**

Call to check on current prices!



Oysters are available all year round, but starting in November we really ramp up our offerings. Here at Water Street we offer several oyster entrees, as well many different types of oysters during any given time. Join us in NOVEMBER on Thursday nights when you can experience Buck A Shuck. A great deal for the oyster lover with our local Tilghman Island oysters (just being $1 a piece. We will also offer other varieties not included in our Buck a Shuck deal. During the summer months we like to carry the ever popular Salt Buoy oysters farm raised by Havre de Grace native Danny Worrell.


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