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On the Coast: The Best...According to Whom?

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The best crispy fried Maryland crab cakes?
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The best crispy fried Maryland crab cakes?

All along the coast, scores of restaurants claim to have the "best" crabcakes, french fries, ribs, etc. But virtually no restaurant reviewers cover Ocean City and surrounding communities, and chefs basically can claim the title without having to prove their culinary prowess. Bryan Russo talks with Rebecca Sheir about the big claims, and whether tourists can believe they're really eating the "best" of the beach.

[Music: "Sea of Love" by Tom Waits from Brawlers / "The Best is Yet to Come" by Ella Fitzgerald from The Best is Yet to Come]

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