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Crabby Amy's reopens in Seaford; Catfish Max doesn't
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.
Owner Amy Breidenbach’s 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, “there’s nothing there.”
Crabby Amy’s is at the Treasure Island Marina, 2880 Ocean Ave., Seaford, 516-783-2554.