The award-winning Triple Threat Bloody Mary at the Crabcake Factory in Ocean City has 1/4 pound of lump crabmeat, five shrimp, three slices of bacon — and is just about the most Maryland thing we’ve seen!

Have you ever wanted to consume a full meal and an alcoholic beverage all at once? Well, with the Triple Threat Bloody Mary at Ocean City’s Crabcake Factory, you can do just that! Perfect for summertime hangs by the ocean, this drink is sure to satisfy your hunger and thirst all at once. Having won multiple awards for best bloody mary, there is no doubt that the Triple Threat is a one-of-a-kind treat that just screams “Maryland.”

For $35, the Triple Threat Bloody Mary will get you 32 ounces of vodka and spiced tomato juice, topped with 1/4 pound of jumbo lump crabmeat, five shrimp, three slices of bacon, and green beans. On top of that, you get to keep the souvenir mug that it’s served in, to forever remember the most memorable bloody mary you’ll likely ever consume.

If you’re looking for a more reasonable drink that still has all of the Maryland flavor, Crabcake Factory offers a 16-ounce Mini Threat Bloody Mary which features everything that the Triple Threat has. You can also get a Lump Crab & Claw Crabtini, which has blue crab claws and jumbo lump crabmeat served as a martini garnish. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any more insane, Crabcake Factory offers what they call a Crab Monster Bloody Mary when softshell crabs are in season. This bloody mary has an entire deep-fried soft-shell crab atop the classic cocktail and is presented to look like an actual crab monster.

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Crabcake Factory has been serving some of Ocean City’s best crab cakes and other crab products since 1996. They are located at 12000 Coastal Highway, and are open for breakfast from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and dinner from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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