Crabby Amy's reopens in Seaford; Catfish Max doesn't

Crabby Amy's, fully remodeled, is up and running Crabby Amy's, fully remodeled, is up and running in Seaford. Photo Credit: Handout

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Having taken a big hit from superstorm Sandy, Crabby Amy's is back to serving seafood omelets ($14.95), lobster rolls ($14.95) and fried clam sandwiches ($6.95) in Seaford's Treasure Island Marina. The casual spot, with outdoor tables and counter service, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as live music on Sunday and Thursday evenings.

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Owner Amy Breidenbachs other waterside restaurant, Catfish Max, did not fare as well. We had to take it down, Breidenbach said, adding that the construction of a new bulkhead involves a lot of time. For now, she said, theres nothing there.

Crabby Amys is at the Treasure Island Marina, 2880 Ocean Ave., Seaford, 516-783-2554.

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