Celebrate Crab Week at Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort

Indulge in crab-themed activities and a crab feast with celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio at the Cambridge hotel and resort on Maryland’s scenic Eastern Shore

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Celebrate Crab Week

Crab week was such an enormous success last year, that we’re excited to bring it back for two full weeks this summer, with even more activities...
-Ted Kanatas, General Manager

Cambridge, MD (PRWEB) July 15, 2011

From crab feasts and crabbing lessons to even a crab cake eating contest, Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort is all about Maryland’s state crustacean this August. Join the luxury waterfront resort for its second annual Crab Week, August 14 - 28, 2011, for an array of fun and flavorful crab-themed activities. Guests also have the chance to meet celebrated chef and restaurateur Bryan Voltaggio and attend his special five-course crab tasting dinner.

“Crab week was such an enormous success last year, that we’re excited to bring it back for two full weeks this summer, with even more activities,” said Ted Kanatas, general manager of Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort.

Activities at the Cambridge, Maryland hotel and resort during Crab Week include a crab cake eating contest and a crab cook-off contest. Crab-inspired activities for kids include crab cookie making, crab-walk contests, and crabby tattoos. Guests can take part in a special Saturday night feast at J.M. Clayton Company, the world’s oldest crab house.

Chef Voltaggio, a recent finalist on Bravo’s Top Chef, will meet and greet guests on Saturday, August 27, and will serve as a celebrity judge of a crab “Iron Chef Competition.” That evening, guests can join Chef Voltaggio for an exclusive five-course crab tasting dinner.

Throughout the celebration, guests can “sink their claws” into bushels of crab-infused dishes. The four-diamond resort’s onsite seafood restaurant Blue Point Provision Company will offer numerous special dishes as well as local craft beer specials. Guests can learn how to prepare favorite crab dishes at cooking demonstrations conducted by the resort’s team of chefs. At wine and spirit seminars, attendees will taste and learn which pairings work best with crab.

Rates for Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort’s Crab Week start at $199 per night, Sunday through Thursday, and $249 on Friday and Saturday. To receive these special rates, travelers must ask for the Summer Sizzle package or mention offer code SUMSIZ during reservations. The rate is based upon availability, double occupancy and is exclusive of tax and resort fee. For more information and to make hotel and dinner reservations, please call (800) 633-7313 or visit http://www.hyattregencychesapeakebay.com.

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About Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort
The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina is the premier four-diamond resort of the Chesapeake Bay. The property, which recently completed a seven-million-dollar renovation, is nestled on 342 magnificent acres along the Choptank River, and features 400 luxurious rooms and suites. Among amenities are six superb dining options; an award-winning, 18-hole championship golf course; the 150-slip River Marsh Marina; an 18,000 square-foot Stillwater Spa & Salon; multi-level indoor and outdoor swimming pools; a fitness facility, and a children's recreation center.

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