Maryland June 28, 2017
Most People Don’t Know These Small Towns In Maryland Have Top-Rated Restaurants
You can’t escape the word
foodie these days and many towns across America are declaring themselves foodie towns. Whether you have a refined palate or just enjoy chowing down on homemade meals, you’re sure to enjoy the following small towns in Maryland that have top-rated restaurants. A few of them may surprise you.
Head to downtown Cambridge and you'll find a variety of eateries from gastropubs to seafood spots. If it's seafood you seek, head to
for a more casual meal, or
for a more unique take on crab dishes.
3. St. Michaels
Shopping at all the St. Michaels boutiques really works up an appetite.
The Crab Claw
is a popular spot for fresh seafood and then end your day with delicious ice cream from
It's no surprise that an island on the bay has some of the best seafood restaurants around. Head to
for a spectacular meal paired with views of the bridge or if it's a more casual atmosphere you seek, go to
Stevensville Crab Shack
for a juicy crab feast.
6. Solomons Island
A busy day of exploring scenery can leave one feeling famished. Satisfy your appetite with a visit to the delightful
or if it's a heavier meal you want,
Grill Sergeant Kitchen
For most of the year, this mountain town is home to thousands of hungry college students, so an abundance of good food is a must.
is a classic favorite, or do like the locals do and head to
Duncan's Bar & Grill
This cozy town is home to equally cozy restaurants. Order classic American fare at
or choose to eat on a quirky outdoor deck at
Thurmont is surrounded by amazing outdoor destinations but it's indoors you'll want to be heading to check out the local restaurants. Be sure to visit
Thurmont Kountry Kitchen
for filling comfort food, or
for a step back in time.
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This charming river town has an abundance of history, shops, and food.
Lemon Leaf Cafe
is full of flavor (especially the cream of crab), and the
Evergrain Bread Company
tastes just as delectable as it smells.
11. Chesapeake City
It's not difficult to fall in love with Chesapeake City but it is difficult to not spend all your money on the delicious restaurants found here.
is a dream for any steak lover, while
The Bayard House Restaurant
allows you to pair your mouthwatering meal with glorious water views.
12. North East
Spend the day exploring the nearby Elk Neck State Park, and follow your adventure with a meal of epic proportions.
Port House Grill
offers a little bit of everything to keep you feeling full, and then head to
Station Ale House
for a beer and live music.
Do you have any small town favorites worth exploring? Feel free to share below. Happy eating! 🙂