Faidley Seafood

Maryland's Most Legendary Crabcake Since 1886
Faidley Seafood
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Crack a Natty Boh' hon, because Faidley's legendary crab cakes are coming to you! You're not going to find a fresher, more delicious crab cake anywhere; even 'danny ocean!'
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Located at the historic Lexington Market, Faidley’s Seafood is consistently cited as the place to visit if you only have one day in Baltimore. This fifth generation family-owned restaurant was founded in 1886, making it one of the oldest purveyors of wild caught seafood on the East Coast. Best known for their award-winning jumbo lump blue crab cakes, Faidley’s makes each succulent cake by hand daily with sweet crab and little else. These beauties are so quintessential Baltimore, they snagged a cameo appearance in Sleepless in Seattle, the classic ’90s flick about man, woman and a mighty fine crab cake.

It’s the classic love triangle.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Faidley’s has been featured in Southern Living, GQ, 1000 Places to See Before You Die and the Travel Channel. Smithsonian Magazine recently named it one of the “20 Most Iconic Food Destinations Across America.” They won "Maryland's Best Crab Cake" so many consecutive times, they pretty much ended the contest.

Faidley Seafood

Maryland's Most Legendary Crabcake Since 1886

Located at the historic Lexington Market, Faidley’s Seafood is consistently cited as the place to visit if you only have one day in Baltimore. This fifth generation family-owned restaurant was founded in 1886, making it one of the oldest purveyors of wild caught seafood on the East Coast. Best known for their award-winning jumbo lump blue crab cakes, Faidley’s makes each succulent cake by hand daily with sweet crab and little else. These beauties are so quintessential Baltimore, they snagged a cameo appearance in Sleepless in Seattle, the classic ’90s flick about man, woman and a mighty fine crab cake.

It’s the classic love triangle.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Faidley’s has been featured in Southern Living, GQ, 1000 Places to See Before You Die and the Travel Channel. Smithsonian Magazine recently named it one of the “20 Most Iconic Food Destinations Across America.” They won "Maryland's Best Crab Cake" so many consecutive times, they pretty much ended the contest.