Jerry's Seafood has been seen on the CCR before, back in March when we reviewed their famous Crab Bomb. But there were more tempting treats on the menu that drew us back. In case you missed their first review, Jerry's Seafood has been serving seafood to the DC area for over 25 years. Instead of serving everything that swims in the sea, they instead concentrate on providing quality instead of quantity. While the Crab Bomb didn't exactly blow us away, we gave them another chance for redemption. Was it worth a return visit? There's only one way to find out. Read on!
For over 25 years, Jerry's Seafood has been providing the DC area with fresh, gourmet seafood. One of the first things you notice about the menu is the number of items on the menu. As opposed to having every imaginable combaination of seafood available, they instead focus on a few entrees that they feel they do right. One of these entrees is known as The Crab Bomb. One night (based on the recommendation of friend of the CSR, Akisha C.), the CCR went to take on this formidable conconction. Who won? Follow along and find out!
Rip's Country Inn has been a local establishment since 1952, and has since grown to encompass a restaurant, liquor store and deli. The interior decor fits the exterior, with a seating area that looks like horse stalls, and antiques adorning the walls. They also pride themselves on makign everything from scratch, which lends itself to their homestyle feel. On their menu are the Maryland Crab Cakes. Does being home made make them worth the visit? Let's give them a try and find out!