Maryland August 23, 2016
These 12 Little Known Restaurants In Maryland Are Hard To Find But Worth The Search
So many restaurants in Maryland; so little time. If you’re looking for an eatery that’s off the beaten path but well worth the search, you’ll want to check out this list. These 12 little known restaurants in Maryland are perfect whether you’re traveling or prefer not to eat at chain locales. What they lack in notoriety, they make up for with delicious cuisine.
1. 1978 Pizza, Pasadena
Sandwiched in a shopping strip, it's easy to pass by 1978 NY PIzza. However, it's worth visiting for their pizza, which is slathered with toppings galore and is oh so tasty.
2. Chuck's Wagon BBQ, Bowie
This hidden gem offers hearty portions of meat, including bbq, brisket, and pulled chicken. Their sides are also delectable.
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3. Park n Dine, Hancock
This place markets themselves as having 'homemade food for travelers.' They've been serving locals and folks passing through for over 65 years. Pictured here is their crab stuffed shrimp.
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4. Mamie's Cafe With Love, Aberdeen
The interior of this Maryland gem is decorated with charming vintage decor. The food ain't too shabby either. Pictured here is the heavenly pot roast.
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5. Marie's Diner, La Plata
This spot may not seem like much from the outside, but the meals here receive rave reviews for their large portions and perfect flavors. If you're a breakfast fan, this spot is top notch.
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6. Mrs. K's Motel and Restaurant, Upper Marlboro
This place may be a hole-in-the-wall type of spot, but it's certainly well known among locals. Dubbing themselves 'the best kept secret in Maryland,' Mrs. K's knows how to please customers and taste buds.
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7. Grove Market Restaurant & Smokehouse, Bishopville
This little place is known for their mouthwatering seafood. So flavorful and so worth the visit.
8. The Woodstock Inn, Woodstock
Head to the Woodstock Inn for a casual meal paired with live music. With a 'biker bar' atmosphere, this gem is hidden in a wooded area but keeps folks coming back again and again.
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9. University Restaurant, Cambridge
This little eatery is secretly hidden in a general store. Their food however, is to die for.
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10. Romas Carryout, Phoenix
What this neighborhood eatery lacks in looks, it makes up for with taste. People go absolutely crazy for their chicken cheesesteak (pictured above).
11. Las Delicias, Annapolis
This cozy place has Salvadorian dishes, including seafood. Be sure to save room for dessert, because their sweets are unbeatable.
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12. Riverside Hotel, Friendsville
This historic hotel also has a tiny restaurant with deliciously fresh food. Be sure to check out this endearing spot.
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