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They are open. New chef. Haven't been there so can't offer any opinions.
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Re: St. Michaels

Bryan,

We like to meet you over on the Wye Sunday night of Memorial Day weekend. Donna has monday off. I think Saturday night well either go to the Rhode/ West Rivers or Aberdeen on the South River.

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Shaw Bay is great on a warm hot weekend on the Wye, with Dividing Creek and Granary Creek ( if you dare ) as rel nice hideaways.

Beware of the " talking bubbles" in Dividing Creek
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Shaw Bay is nice for hot summer weekends, its also pretty exposed/open. For me it lacks the intimacy and tranqulity that coves and creeks offer further up the wye east branch
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Shaw Bay is nice for hot summer weekends, its also pretty exposed/open. For me it lacks the intimacy and tranqulity that coves and creeks offer further up the wye east branch
Agreed.

Sometimes nothing intimate or tranquil about 20 boats in Dividing Creek or 10 in Granary Creek. We even tried Pickering Creek once

Last year we were in the Wye a half dozen times and the only time the small creeks up the East Branch were not crowded was in the spring and late fall.

Seems like some of the groups have their Rendezvous' in Dividing now. Last year the Bristol, West River YC and S2s were both there en masse on different weekends.
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Re: St. Michaels

We usually go around the back side - anchor in San Domingo creek off the Choptank to get away from the craziness of the main harbor. (This may be what Auspicious is recommending also; his link is not working for me so I can't tell.) Quiet and peaceful.
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San Domingo Creek

Wingnwing is spot on. San Domingo Creek is a great anchorage on the back side of St Michaels. Along the way to it from the Choptank as you travel up Harris Creek one of our favorite spots on the Chesapeake....Dun Cove. Last time there we saw 4 bald eagle nests on Bald Eagle Point and saw a few eagles soaring around.
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Wherever you end up going to eat, I might stop by the Carpenter Street Saloon afterward to see if there is a good band playing. I've listened to some great bands/musicians there a number of times.
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Wherever you end up going to eat, I might stop by the Carpenter Street Saloon afterward to see if there is a good band playing. I've listened to some great bands/musicians there a number of times.
Carpenter Street is actually not a bad place to eat either if you just want a sandwich or what not.
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We just ate at the Blackthorn Irish Pub. Great meals...for all 9 of us.
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