Lunch/Dinner at Crab Claw
St. Michaels, MD

Sunday, November 3, 12 to 5pm.

Area residents and visitors are invited to join hosts Sylvia Jones and Tracey Jones-Wass during the annual Festival of Trees/Talbot Hospice Lunch/Dinner at the Crab Claw Restaurant in St. Michaels on Sunday, November 4th from 12 - 5pm.  The evening’s dinner proceeds (excluding bar) will benefit Talbot Hospice. On behalf of the Festival of Trees Board, many thanks to Sylvia & Tracey for your generous support!

Call 410-745-2900 to make a reservation.

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A little history of the Crab claw

 Known as Navy Point, the area where The Crab Claw Restaurant stands, was originally a marsh that was filled in with discarded oyster shells.

The business started in the 1950's as The Eastern Shore Clam Company which was a clam and oyster shucking house. Local watermen came in daily with their catch of oysters, clams or crabs.

In 1965, owners Bill and Sylvia Jones turned it into a restaurant called The Crab Claw which instantly became a St. Michaels Landmark. The Crab Claw Restaurant is still owned and operated by the same family to this day

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Enjoy the best of the Eastern Shore, with all proceeds supporting Talbot Hospice

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For Reservations

Call 410-745-2900

304 Mill Street
St. Michaels, MD 21663