Wednesday, July 4, 2018

A Crab Feast Awaits at All Set Restaurant & Bar with Maryland Blue Crabs by the Dozen on Saturdays This Summer

From our friends at All Set Restaurant & Bar...

Fans No Longer Have to Travel to the Eastern Shore to Enjoy This Seasonal Delicacy, so Roll up Those Sleeves and Get Cracking!

Beginning July 7, All Set Restaurant & Bar, located at 8630 Fenton Street, Plaza 5, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910, is excited to offer delicate, sweet blue crabs from the Chesapeake Bay. On Saturday afternoons, from 11:30 AM until supplies last, the restaurant will convert its spacious 52-seat outdoor patio into a traditional Maryland crab shack complete with newspaper-lined tables and stainless steal crackers. Guests can order their steamed Maryland blue crabs by the dozen and half-dozen with market prices ranging from $90-$110/dozen for medium crabs, from $100-$120 for large crabs and from $110-$130 for jumbo crabs. All Set's featured seasonal menu, which boasts American cuisine that is influenced by the traditions of coastal New England, will also be available.

For the perfect pairing, All Set will offer a bucket of five cans of PBR for $18, five bottles of Corona for $23 and a Dealer’s Choice (which consists of five micro and macro brews of the bartender’s choosing) for $25.

WHEN: All Set’s outdoor crab shack will be available exclusively on Saturdays from July 7 through September 1, from 11:30 AM until supplies last.

WHERE: All Set Restaurant & Bar is located at 8630 Fenton Street, Plaza 5, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910. The restaurant is located four blocks from the Silver Spring Metro accessible on the Red Line. Complimentary parking is available within the Montgomery Center Parking Garage after 5 PM, and all day on Saturday and Sunday. For reservations or additional information, please call (301) 495-8800 or visit

WHY: Blue crabs can be found in waters as far north as Nova Scotia and as far south as Uruguay, but the crustacean's strongest association has always been with Maryland. According to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, approximately 50 percent of the country’s blue crab harvest comes from Maryland waters.