Sure, here in Maryland, we’ve got seafood. Our crabs are famous and our oysters and bluefish are renowned. But nobody does seafood quite like the Japanese. While crab shacks may outnumber sushi houses in local neighborhoods, we still have a variety of eateries serving up sushi.
With so many menu options at sushi restaurants, it be overwhelming to find a favorite. But at most of these establishments you can ask for a chef's sampler with a variety of choices to learn where your pallete leans. Over the years I've gravitated toward eel and smoked salmon, but since moving to Maryland, I can't resist sushi with crab and crawfish.
You won't have to travel far from Broadneck to find excellent sushi options in the region.