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A crab cake is a popular American dish made of crabmeat, potatoes, spring onion, parsley, pepper, mayonnaise, mustard, and eggs. The cake can be baked, grilled, sautéed, fried, or broiled.

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Sunset Grill
Sunset Grill / Cafe, Seafood, BBQ
#29 of 261 places to eat in Fredericksburg
Closed now
American, Fast food, New American, Vegetarian options
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... to the main strip in Fredericksburg (because of parking) during the busy spring and summer.
Silver Creek Beer Garden & Grille
Silver Creek Beer Garden & Grille / Restaurant, Pub & bar, Italian
#80 of 261 places to eat in Fredericksburg
Open now 11AM - 3AM
German, American, Cocktail bars, Vegetarian options
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... were reasonable as well. Wait was a little slow, but they were jam packed as it was the middle of Spring Break and a gorgeous day. worth a visit for a bite to eat in Fr
Hill Top Cafe
Hill Top Cafe / Cafe, Restaurant
#143 of 261 places to eat in Fredericksburg
Closed now
Fusion
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Rathskeller
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#60 of 261 places to eat in Fredericksburg
Closed now
German, New American, American, Vegetarian options
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... The crab cakes were very weird, more like crab-ershnitzel, with so much breading we had to ask "where s the crab?"