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When Annapolis native Josh Morgan landed in New York City in 2009, he found that he missed a quintessential Chesapeake Bay summertime experience: The blue crab feasts ubiquitous in mid-Atlantic homes and restaurants. He quickly realized, though, that New Yorkers would be just as into the tradition as he is. "When I got here, I opened a Maryland-inspired kind of seafood restaurant, and we used to serve crab there," he recalls. "I was blown away with how many people wanted the crab. It turned into a large-scale weekend event."
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Photos from the September 20th & 21st event. All images by Bradley Hawks
Published on September 25, 2013