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We just had and excellant dinner at Ava's Wine and Pizza Bar on Talbot St in St Michaels. Great food, good prices and friendly service, try it.
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Cambridge Bistro

We had diner in Cambridge at Bistro Poplar on Tuesday. Really, really good food! If you sail to Cambridge (and you should) try this place, I think you will like it a lot. A word of caution though, this is not "sailor food", and do bring the Master Card or Visa: it will be worth it.

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ruke's store, ewell, md. best subs on the face of this earth. was there last memorial day weekend and they taste the same as when i was a wee lad....

red roost, whitehaven, md. excellent eastern shore style cookin'...

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Thought I'd add a mention for Rivers End Restaraunt at York River Yacht Haven on Sara Creek. We had a really enjoyable dinner there over the Labor Day weekend. Its a little on the pricy side, but the food and atmosphere were very good.

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Chesapeake Good Eats PDF

I've put the thread posts in Excel and posted a pdf version here:

Good Eats on the Chesapeake

I hope it may be useful to some for the upcoming sailing season on the Chesapeake.

Contributor's suggestions & corrections gratefully accepted.

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Well some of yall on the north end of the bay aren't too far from Essington PA on the 29th do join us!

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Good job with organizing and putting it together. If you could send the original file in Excell, I could keep it on my iPhone and chane how it is ordered according to my needs at the time (organize by middle bay, recommendation, etc). Thanks for all of the work!

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Excel file Chesapeake Eats

Thanks Tod,

I can't see a way to add an attachment (other than image) to the e-mial alternatives that Sailnet offers. If you send me a pm with your e-mail address - I'll send the original file back.

Same offer to anyone else who may find the Chesapeake Eats list useful.

If anyone can think of a better breakout for "region" I would be interested as well. For the record, as it now stands it is: North Bay, Mid Bay, Lower Bay and South Bay - ES means Eastern Shore, Potom is Potomac R. The precise boundaries of the regions are of course carefully ignored.

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I've put the thread posts in Excel and posted a pdf version here:

Good Eats on the Chesapeake

I hope it may be useful to some for the upcoming sailing season on the Chesapeake.

Contributor's suggestions & corrections gratefully accepted.
Annie's Paramount Steak & Seafood House,The Crab Deck,Fisherman's Inn, Harris Crab House,Hemingway's, Pier One Marina,Jetty Dock Bar & Restaurant,The Narrows Restaurant, and many more inland on Kent Island..but these are accessible by boat by the Narrows bridge..oh..I forgot Red Eyes Bar and Grill

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Thanks Clay, I will add them. If you have specific fare recommendations or recollections of the restaurant (or dive) those are the most interesting part of the list - to me anyway.

We need more outside of Annap & EastP

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