Mo's Seafood Expands Into Towson

Bringing the treasures of the sea further inland

By Tawanna Browne Smith,

Shrimp Cocktail — Photo courtesy of Jon Sullivan

The Mo's Seafood brand has been in Baltimore for 20 years. Mo's Seafood extends its reach by opening up a fifth location in Towson, just 30 minutes from the Inner Harbor. Mo's serves up fresh locally-sourced seafood and produce. With the majority of Baltimore's top seafood restaurants located downtown, Mo's does itself and Towson residents a favor by bringing the fruits of the sea further inland away from the crowds of the busy Inner Harbor.

Mo's is known for its jumbo lump crab cakes as well as its menu diversity. The menu features 5 different soups and a chili, all of which you're welcome to add jumbo lump crab meat for an extra $5. Also featured on the menu are several seafood salads in addition to traditional salads, a raw bar, steam pots, steamed appetizers, hot appetizers, chicken wings, melts, burgers, Po Boys, burritos, Italian specialties, sandwiches, fresh fish, burritos, and the list goes on. Most importantly, they serve what Maryland is known for, fresh hot steamed crabs.

If you're looking for lighter fare, there's also something on the menu for that or you can stop by on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am - 2 pm for brunch. Mo's is one of very few restaurants in Baltimore that stays open to 2 am with a kitchen that stays open until 1. The Towson location seems to strive to provide something for everyone whether it be chicken, beef, or jumbo lump crab cakes.