The Chesapeake Seafood Festival In Maryland Is About The Tastiest Event You Can Experience

Hello, seafood lovers! Ready for one of the tastiest events in the Old Line State? Then save the date and purchase tickets for the following Chesapeake Seafood Festival in Maryland. With steamed crabs, crab cakes, oysters, scallops, shrimp and more, PLUS local wine and beer, this delicious event makes for a tasty day, indeed. Read on for the delectable details, and try not to salivate…

Learn more about the Chesapeake Seafood Festival, and purchase tickets, by visiting the official event website. You can also follow the Drink Eat Relax Events Facebook page for more festivals and events happening around the Old Line State, and beyond.

Have you ever been to this awesome seafood festival in Maryland? If so, which dishes were your favorites? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

Speaking of seafood, how about a great local restaurant that also boasts some of the best views in the state? The Panoramic Views From The Hobbit Restaurant In Maryland Are As Praiseworthy As The Food!

If you’re still in the mood for more culinary adventures, take a look at this mouthwatering video:


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Out and About in Maryland

March 30, 2023

Where can we find other food festivals in Maryland?

  • The Somerset Strawberry Festival held in Marion Station celebrates all things strawberries: pies, ice cream, baked goods, wine, and more.
  • The Das Best Oktoberfest held in Baltimore is the city’s oldest-running craft beer festival and an annual fall favorite.
  • The U.S. Oyster Festival in Leonardtown not only features oyster-themed food but lots of contests around this popular shellfish (think shucking, best hors d’oeuvres, etc.)

Read on to learn more about the many delicious food festivals in Maryland.

Where can we find waterfalls in Maryland?

  • Muddy Creek Falls is a 53-foot-high cascade, making it the highest free-falling waterfall in the state.
  • The Swallow Falls in Oakland is located within Swallow Falls State Park and accessible by a short 1.25-mile trail.
  • The Gunpowder Falls in Middle River is found within the Gunpowder Falls State Park and is one of the prettiest waterfalls in Maryland.

Read on to learn more about the many picturesque waterfalls in Maryland.

What are some small towns in Maryland?

  • Saint Michaels is where you’ll find the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum which features a great deal of history about this beautiful coastal town.
  • Cambridge features a historic downtown district and is one of the oldest established towns in Maryland.
  • Leonardtown is a big draw for those interested in the arts as well as entertainment, drawing like-minded folks here from all over the state.

Read on to learn more about the many charming small towns in Maryland.