Marylanders are very passionate about food. The other week we shared some unassuming restaurants in Maryland that pack big flavor. Almost immediately, the comments section exploded with similar small restaurants with mind-blowing cuisine. So, here are nine more hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Maryland that may seem simple from the outside, but step inside and you’ll experience spectacular food like no other.
Have you been to any of these hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Maryland? What is your favorite item to order off of the menu? Feel free to share your thoughts. Your feedback just may help others discover the best food in the Old Line State. Love a good BBQ meal? Check out these five hole-in-the-wall BBQ restaurants in Maryland.
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Hole in the Wall Restaurants in Maryland
Beth Price-Williams|July 10, 2020
What are the best hidden gem restaurants in Maryland?
How lucky are we to have so many hidden gem restaurants in Maryland? Uncovering them, after all, can be so much fun.
Rube’s Crab Shack, for example, sits not too far from the Pennsylvania border and boasts some of the best crabs in Maryland. If you’re really hungry, order the massive steamed crabs. The menu also features such favorites as the soft shell crab sandwich and the huge shrimp po’boys.
Oak Barrel Café, in Little Orleans, is another hidden gem. It is hidden in a gas station and serves such delicious dishes as burgers, hot sandwiches, and wraps.
Which restaurants have the best patios in Maryland?
Some of the best restaurants in Maryland boast patios with sensational views.
Mountain Branch Grill & Pub, in Joppa, features sweeping views of the lush green golf course. Make sure you ask for an outdoor table during the warmer months. Several tables features umbrellas to protect you from the sun. If you think the views are good, wait until you see the menu. Choose from such delectable dishes as slathered ribs topped with onions and paired with carrots and a classic pasta dish with shrimp.
What are the best mom-and-pop restaurants in Maryland?
If you ever get a mad craving for home-cooked food like mom and grandma used to make, you can’t go wrong with a visit to one of the mom-and-pop restaurants in Maryland.
You’ll feel right at home at Grove Market, in Bishopville, a cozy and quirky mom-and-pop restaurant that’s full of surprises. Don’t expect a menu, because the eatery doesn’t have one. Instead, it offers fresh dishes daily, and each day is different. You might try such popular meals as fried greens tomatoes, scallops or scallops. Be sure to save room for dessert, too.