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    Posted February 21, 2013 by
    Baltimore, Maryland
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    100 places to eat like a local

    CRABCAKES & FOOTBALL...That's what Maryland does!!!


    Locally owned & operated,  Mo’s Seafood is a Charm City seafood staple. With 25 years in business they feature five locations throughout the Baltimore metropolitan area. Next time yout traveling along the Maryland I95 corridor Mo's is a pit stop that you wont regret if want REAL DEAL AUTHENTIC Maryland seafood. Everything on their menu has generous portions and is dangerously delicious. The Jumbo Lump Crab Cake is my personal favorite.  Softball sized crab cakes is what Mo is famous for.  Mo's is a hidden gem  that has been overshadowed by larger "OVER-RATED" seafood chains & franchises (Phillips and McCormick & Schmick)


    Often I've noticed politicians, local celebrity's, professional athletes (Go Ravens) and nationally known celebrities among the regular clientele on any given day.  Recently Ronnie Margo from MTV's Jersey Shore came to Maryland, and after dining at Mo's he summed up his experience by Tweeting: "Crab Cakes & Football, That's What Maryland Does"

    (Oh yea...We win superbowls too)


    Here's A Few Tips:


    -If you truly want to "Eat Like A Local", add Old Bay seasoning!!!

    -Subscribe to their YouTube and see for yourself how AUTHENTIC MARYLAND SEAFOOD is prepared!!!

    -If you cant make it to Maryland they ship across the country:

    This iReport is part of an assignment that we created with Travel + Leisure:  100 places to eat like a local

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