The Southern Diner In Maryland Where You’ll Find All Sorts Of Fried Eats
Road trippers will know they crossed the Mason-Dixon Line when they step into The Frying Pan, Maryland’s Southern food diner since 1969. Not only does the restaurant’s savory fare taste just like home, but it also offers local and seaside favorites like fried oysters, clams, and softshell crab. Top off your crab cakes with warm pie a la mode and wash it all down with an icy glass of fresh-brewed tea, and you’ll feel like you’re sitting on the veranda on a lazy summer day.
The Frying Pan can be found at 9895 Hg Trueman Road in Lusby. Though the diner doesn’t have an official website, you can find all you need to know, including the current business hours, on their Facebook page. Make a pit stop on your next trip to the ocean or the South, and enjoy the cuisine from both places!
Have you ever eaten at The Frying Pan? If so, what did you order and how was it? Tell us all about your dining experience in the comments section below, then check out our previous article for more charming diners in Maryland where you’ll feel right at home.
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