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Hi,
Does anyone know of any restaurants accessible via boat on Rock Creek or Stoney Creek off the Patapsco? We draw about 5.5.

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We often anchor in Rock Creek while cruising through the area. We used to take our dinghy to the Anchor Inn for lunch, but found that it was closed. The restaurant that used to be at White Rocks Marina has moved a couple of blocks inland. This is the excellent Tall Oak's restaurant. We took our dinghy, leaving all the docks of White Rocks Marina to our port, to find a place to tie up and asked at the office where they allowed our courtesy stay. The marina will be opening their own restaurant again in the future. Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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We keep our boat at the MAryland Yacht Club on Rock Creek . There are currently no restaurants open to the public on Rock Creek
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