Mo's Seafood

★★★★☆
  • 7600 Eastern Ave

    Baltimore, MD 21224

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  • 410-288-2424

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Gift cards are a scam. We got one from a friend in Towson who thought we would be able to use it at a Mo's near us. The front just shows the Mo's logo, but the card is only good at the Towson location. The downtown location didn't even

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★★★★★

Gift cards are a scam. We got one from a friend in Towson who thought we would be able to use it at a Mo's near us. The front just shows the Mo's logo, but the card is only good at the Towson location. The downtown location didn't even

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First let me start off by saying we drove almost 30 min to get there because there is no longer 1 in Harford Co.(which used to be really good). Well my family and i get there and it took about 20 min to get our drinks after we ordered.

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★★★★★

First let me start off by saying we drove almost 30 min to get there because there is no longer 1 in Harford Co.(which used to be really good). Well my family and i get there and it took about 20 min to get our drinks after we ordered.

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I cant even give this place one star... the waitress charged my card twice and was not apologetic about the situation. She claimed that the first charge was cancelled but of course when I call my bank I was charged twice. I asked for both

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★★★★★

I cant even give this place one star... the waitress charged my card twice and was not apologetic about the situation. She claimed that the first charge was cancelled but of course when I call my bank I was charged twice. I asked for both

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Mo's was recommended to us the first time we visited Baltimore. My husband is a crab connoisseur, and he has pronounced Mo's the best. He doesn't tend to like crab cakes, but he likes Mo's. While the price is not exactly an amount we would shell out daily to eat, for what they give you, it's definitely worth it.

I don't know what rluery (previous review) expects in crab cakes, but the ones we had were almost all crab; just enough filler to bind the huge chunks of crab meat. I can only speculate he must be associated with an inferior competitor, especially since he's from Baltimore.

We always visit Mo's twice every time we're in the Baltimore area. Their crab legs, crab au gratin, and crab imperial are also superb. Recommend at the highest level!

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★★★★★

Mo's was recommended to us the first time we visited Baltimore. My husband is a crab connoisseur, and he has pronounced Mo's the best. He doesn't tend to like crab cakes, but he likes Mo's. While the price is not exactly an amount we would shell out daily to eat, for what they give you, it's definitely worth it.

I don't know what rluery (previous review) expects in crab cakes, but the ones we had were almost all crab; just enough filler to bind the huge chunks of crab meat. I can only speculate he must be associated with an inferior competitor, especially since he's from Baltimore.

We always visit Mo's twice every time we're in the Baltimore area. Their crab legs, crab au gratin, and crab imperial are also superb. Recommend at the highest level!

Pros: They have the best crab in the world

Cons: Restaurant is a little small

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I grew up in Baltimore and know when I have had a decent crabcake and I am able to judges based on proportion of filler to crabmeat and quality of crabmeat used in the crabcake.

Eating at Mo's brought my crabcake experience to a whole new level. It was as though I were eating a muffin made of crackers and old bay with a few pieces of backfin inserted into the middle of this tasteless piece of junk. If not for the few pieces of backfin inserted into the muffin I would say this is probably the worst crapcake I have ever had.

I did not have any of the other items on the menu but I would say avoid the crabcakes. Also added to my check was a 15% gratuity which seemed puzzling since I was only there with one other person. Our bill for 2 orders of crapcakes was around $81 with gratuity, no drinks, desert, or appetizer. What a ripoff. I will never be back at Mo's

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★☆☆☆☆

I grew up in Baltimore and know when I have had a decent crabcake and I am able to judges based on proportion of filler to crabmeat and quality of crabmeat used in the crabcake.

Eating at Mo's brought my crabcake experience to a whole new level. It was as though I were eating a muffin made of crackers and old bay with a few pieces of backfin inserted into the middle of this tasteless piece of junk. If not for the few pieces of backfin inserted into the muffin I would say this is probably the worst crapcake I have ever had.

I did not have any of the other items on the menu but I would say avoid the crabcakes. Also added to my check was a 15% gratuity which seemed puzzling since I was only there with one other person. Our bill for 2 orders of crapcakes was around $81 with gratuity, no drinks, desert, or appetizer. What a ripoff. I will never be back at Mo's

Pros: Good Service

Cons: Lousy Crabcakes

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I just liked the whole stuff at Mo's Seafood....it is a must visit place.

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★★★☆☆

I just liked the whole stuff at Mo's Seafood....it is a must visit place.

Pros: best food

Cons: ambiance

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the food is excellent.. go to the market.. and get the crabcakes and soup to go (cook them for you) take back to the hotel... and enjoy one hell of a meal.

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★★★★★

the food is excellent.. go to the market.. and get the crabcakes and soup to go (cook them for you) take back to the hotel... and enjoy one hell of a meal.

Pros: crab cakes to die for.....

Cons: not fancy

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I am a Pharmacy student and a Certified Pharmacy Technician with my District Manager giving a former Pharmacist a retirement party. The bar was located right when we entered the location to give the guests arriving a chance to get more acquainted. We were placed upstairs in the main dining area because of the amount of guests that we had invited and this was perfect. The atmosphere was just what we needed to keep the party in high spirits. The staff was very cooperative with us and didn't hesitate to keep us satisfied. I had an evening that I will never forget, neither will the Pharnacist that was retiring. She still talks about that evening. We visited the location of President Street. I've gone back several times to the carry-out section and order occasionally through faxes on my job and the quality and service is still great! Keep up the good work.

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★★★★★

I am a Pharmacy student and a Certified Pharmacy Technician with my District Manager giving a former Pharmacist a retirement party. The bar was located right when we entered the location to give the guests arriving a chance to get more acquainted. We were placed upstairs in the main dining area because of the amount of guests that we had invited and this was perfect. The atmosphere was just what we needed to keep the party in high spirits. The staff was very cooperative with us and didn't hesitate to keep us satisfied. I had an evening that I will never forget, neither will the Pharnacist that was retiring. She still talks about that evening. We visited the location of President Street. I've gone back several times to the carry-out section and order occasionally through faxes on my job and the quality and service is still great! Keep up the good work.

Pros: Great Food Preparation

Cons: Not enough locations

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I writing this as i'm sitting in the restaurant so you can trust this. The service has been great. The waitress (Candice) even gave me some info on the city. For food I ordered the ny steak with the famous crab cake and it blew me away. We'll the crab cake did the steak was average but more than enough. The portions were large and could have easily been split between two people. I haven't gotten the bill yet but with dessert (warm brownie with ice cream)and wine, I'm expecting to pay about 45 bucks; Well worth it for a great meal.

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★★★★★

I writing this as i'm sitting in the restaurant so you can trust this. The service has been great. The waitress (Candice) even gave me some info on the city. For food I ordered the ny steak with the famous crab cake and it blew me away. We'll the crab cake did the steak was average but more than enough. The portions were large and could have easily been split between two people. I haven't gotten the bill yet but with dessert (warm brownie with ice cream)and wine, I'm expecting to pay about 45 bucks; Well worth it for a great meal.

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I came here with a mixed group from work. If you are white, you get the good stuff quick. If not, you wait and wait for cold food with the barest minimum. We will not be back. EVER.

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★☆☆☆☆

I came here with a mixed group from work. If you are white, you get the good stuff quick. If not, you wait and wait for cold food with the barest minimum. We will not be back. EVER.

Pros: they can't stay open much longer like this

Cons: racist, cater to drunks

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Had a great dinner at Mo's last night. The 2 crabcakes were huge and packed with big, fresh, lumps of backfin. The crab imperial was full of the same big lumps of fresh backfin! Like crabmeat? Go to Mo's!

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★★★★★

Had a great dinner at Mo's last night. The 2 crabcakes were huge and packed with big, fresh, lumps of backfin. The crab imperial was full of the same big lumps of fresh backfin! Like crabmeat? Go to Mo's!

Pros: Huge Lumps of fresh Backfin!

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I am a police officer and have to grab my lunch an a hurry, Mo's was quick with preparing my meal. The order taker was nice and pleasant. Could not have asked for better service.

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★★★★☆

I am a police officer and have to grab my lunch an a hurry, Mo's was quick with preparing my meal. The order taker was nice and pleasant. Could not have asked for better service.

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Worms happen.

They come in on the grapes, hang out during fermentation, and crawl around the winery.

In good winemaking you try and eliminate as much as you can from getting in the wine and then in the process of 'racking' the wine you also hope to get out any bits. The final thing you do at bottling is filter the wine.

There are all kinds of degrees of filtration and at very minimum you should use what is called a screen filter. That basically does not effect the wine at all but keeps out particles greater than 1mm.

A lot of small wineries bottle by hand, and they don't use screens. Some others have heard the phrase "unfiltered" so much that they tell the bottler to not use a screen.

In any case, you should complain to the winery not the restaurant.

Dont believe me? Go to wine spectator school and check out the forum.

Regards,

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★★★★★

Worms happen.

They come in on the grapes, hang out during fermentation, and crawl around the winery.

In good winemaking you try and eliminate as much as you can from getting in the wine and then in the process of 'racking' the wine you also hope to get out any bits. The final thing you do at bottling is filter the wine.

There are all kinds of degrees of filtration and at very minimum you should use what is called a screen filter. That basically does not effect the wine at all but keeps out particles greater than 1mm.

A lot of small wineries bottle by hand, and they don't use screens. Some others have heard the phrase "unfiltered" so much that they tell the bottler to not use a screen.

In any case, you should complain to the winery not the restaurant.

Dont believe me? Go to wine spectator school and check out the forum.

Regards,

Pros: food

Cons: none i remember

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I ate dinner at Mo's Crab and Pasta Restaurant in Baltimore and was enjoying the meal until my boyfriend noticed a live maggot-like white worm in his red wine. Then, after searching, we both found several others in our glasses. We had ordered a bottle and watched the waiter open it in front of us. After alerting him, he was very defensive and said that it must be the wine and from the grapes that made the wine. This did not make a whole lot of sense, but we were trying not to make a scene so we waited patiently while the waiter called the manager who was not on-site that evening. We were told that the manager wanted to come meet with us and that he would be right over, but first he tried to difuse the situation by offereing us a new bottle of wine. (Are you kidding? I was feeling sick from the thought of drinking worms and the last thing I wanted was more wine.) As we waited for the manager I called a friend and had her google "worms in wine" and all sorts of similar phrases. Well, nothing came up on google!! So, we concluded that the waiter was full of it and in fact the wine glasses were worm-ridden. Finally, after we waited 45 minutes, the manager calls and again and confirms that he is not meeting us but wants to talk to us. My boyfriend got on the phone and had to pretty much fight just to have the wine fee of $28 removed from the bill. The manager said it is not his fault that there were worms in the wine. My boyfriend told him that we had been waiting for 45 minutes and deserve something taken off our tab, but the manager would not budge. WHAT A HORRIBLE WAY TO RUN A RESTAURANT! Needless to say, I am upset and disgusted by this place. I am going to complain further and to the nationally acclaimed vineyard that supplied the wine. They need to know that this restaurant is committing slander.

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★☆☆☆☆

I ate dinner at Mo's Crab and Pasta Restaurant in Baltimore and was enjoying the meal until my boyfriend noticed a live maggot-like white worm in his red wine. Then, after searching, we both found several others in our glasses. We had ordered a bottle and watched the waiter open it in front of us. After alerting him, he was very defensive and said that it must be the wine and from the grapes that made the wine. This did not make a whole lot of sense, but we were trying not to make a scene so we waited patiently while the waiter called the manager who was not on-site that evening. We were told that the manager wanted to come meet with us and that he would be right over, but first he tried to difuse the situation by offereing us a new bottle of wine. (Are you kidding? I was feeling sick from the thought of drinking worms and the last thing I wanted was more wine.) As we waited for the manager I called a friend and had her google "worms in wine" and all sorts of similar phrases. Well, nothing came up on google!! So, we concluded that the waiter was full of it and in fact the wine glasses were worm-ridden. Finally, after we waited 45 minutes, the manager calls and again and confirms that he is not meeting us but wants to talk to us. My boyfriend got on the phone and had to pretty much fight just to have the wine fee of $28 removed from the bill. The manager said it is not his fault that there were worms in the wine. My boyfriend told him that we had been waiting for 45 minutes and deserve something taken off our tab, but the manager would not budge. WHAT A HORRIBLE WAY TO RUN A RESTAURANT! Needless to say, I am upset and disgusted by this place. I am going to complain further and to the nationally acclaimed vineyard that supplied the wine. They need to know that this restaurant is committing slander.

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Horrible service. Horrible Manager (Terri) at the Eastern Avenue location. I am employed at one of the best medical facilities in Baltimore, which frequents this establishment with large parties, bringing substantial revenue to this restaurant. Attempted to book reservation for personal event of 20 people. Terri was unpleasant in explaining restaurant guidelines, was not customer service oriented in any way, not considerate to the needs of the customer and seemed to have different standards & guidelines for a person of "COLOR". Believe me, it was OBVIOUS! The reservation charge for large parties went from $100 to $200 when I know for a FACT from previous reservations that the fee is just $100. I am disgusted and will inform everyone that I can about this incident so that they will not patronize this restaurant. What do you with this type of prejudice and in 2008? Take my money of "COLOR" to another restaurant that is more professional and appreciative of the business of a LOYAL customer, regardless of what race they are...like "By The Docks in Middle River. UNBELIEVABLE or maybe not so unbelievable?
Regards,
Former Customer

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★☆☆☆☆

Horrible service. Horrible Manager (Terri) at the Eastern Avenue location. I am employed at one of the best medical facilities in Baltimore, which frequents this establishment with large parties, bringing substantial revenue to this restaurant. Attempted to book reservation for personal event of 20 people. Terri was unpleasant in explaining restaurant guidelines, was not customer service oriented in any way, not considerate to the needs of the customer and seemed to have different standards & guidelines for a person of "COLOR". Believe me, it was OBVIOUS! The reservation charge for large parties went from $100 to $200 when I know for a FACT from previous reservations that the fee is just $100. I am disgusted and will inform everyone that I can about this incident so that they will not patronize this restaurant. What do you with this type of prejudice and in 2008? Take my money of "COLOR" to another restaurant that is more professional and appreciative of the business of a LOYAL customer, regardless of what race they are...like "By The Docks in Middle River. UNBELIEVABLE or maybe not so unbelievable?
Regards,
Former Customer

Pros: Tasty seafood

Cons: Poor customer service, blatant discrimation

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Rather dissapointed at the level of service received at the Moe's Crab and Pasta Factory. Service was slow, and there seems to be different service for different individuals. It took approximately an hour to get six steamed crabs and a serving of rockfish. The server did not check back at the table to see if every thing was prepared to order and the rolls, and steamed crabs were cold. We asked the bus boy to get some rolls and although he acknowledged us, he reset a table, water all the glasses in the restaurant before he went to the kitchen for the rolls. By then the rockfish was cold. Automatically a 20% gratuity was added to the bill, this I believe is attibutable to the bad customer service. I hope the Baltimore Visitor Center will not recommend this place to others in the future. It is not one of the best experience that Baltimore has to offer. I will never go back to Moe's, this dining experience was the worst I had in years.

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★★☆☆☆

Rather dissapointed at the level of service received at the Moe's Crab and Pasta Factory. Service was slow, and there seems to be different service for different individuals. It took approximately an hour to get six steamed crabs and a serving of rockfish. The server did not check back at the table to see if every thing was prepared to order and the rolls, and steamed crabs were cold. We asked the bus boy to get some rolls and although he acknowledged us, he reset a table, water all the glasses in the restaurant before he went to the kitchen for the rolls. By then the rockfish was cold. Automatically a 20% gratuity was added to the bill, this I believe is attibutable to the bad customer service. I hope the Baltimore Visitor Center will not recommend this place to others in the future. It is not one of the best experience that Baltimore has to offer. I will never go back to Moe's, this dining experience was the worst I had in years.

Cons: Service

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We traveled from Connecticut to Baltimore and were searching for great seafood. We found that at Mo's. The service was great and the food was delicious. Everything tasted fresh and the portions were very generous. We will be sure to go back and recommend it to all our friends.

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★★★★★

We traveled from Connecticut to Baltimore and were searching for great seafood. We found that at Mo's. The service was great and the food was delicious. Everything tasted fresh and the portions were very generous. We will be sure to go back and recommend it to all our friends.

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Order a Crab Cake platter for $16.00, they mess up the order by not including the sides for carry-out. Call the manager and her reply is that she doesn't have time to deal with problems right now and call back after 5:30 then just hung up. We just spent over $100.00 with this establishment and the manager says call back in 5 hours? We are also a company that had in the past purchased large spreads for employees and this is how we are treated. On the check that actually charged a premium for take out and they still get the oreder wrong and refuse to rectify the problem. The worst service I have ever experienced.

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★☆☆☆☆

Order a Crab Cake platter for $16.00, they mess up the order by not including the sides for carry-out. Call the manager and her reply is that she doesn't have time to deal with problems right now and call back after 5:30 then just hung up. We just spent over $100.00 with this establishment and the manager says call back in 5 hours? We are also a company that had in the past purchased large spreads for employees and this is how we are treated. On the check that actually charged a premium for take out and they still get the oreder wrong and refuse to rectify the problem. The worst service I have ever experienced.

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Ambiance, quality service, and most important, GOOD EATS brings me back over and again. The quality of its seafood, salads, breads and wine is quite superb. The host invites you in as if you're the most important patron alive and the waiters are fast and efficient. You won't be disappointed with the prices after such a palate pleaser!

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★★★★★

Ambiance, quality service, and most important, GOOD EATS brings me back over and again. The quality of its seafood, salads, breads and wine is quite superb. The host invites you in as if you're the most important patron alive and the waiters are fast and efficient. You won't be disappointed with the prices after such a palate pleaser!

 

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