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Anyone have a favorite restaurant on the lower Potomac, Rappahannock or other mid Chesapeake rivers that can be sailed/motored too? Fancy, casual, lively...all types welcomed. Thanks!
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Yes, I know a good one. It''s called Fairport Marina & Restaurant, near Reedville on Cockrells Creek, only a couple miles from the Great Wicomico light. Plenty of cold beer, soft crabs and pretty waitresses, also all-u-can-eat steamed crabs on Sundays during the fall. They have gas, diesel, pump out and plenty of dock space.

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If you make it up to Pax River, try the Dry Dock at Zahnisers...great food. Table usually requires a reservation, but you can normally eat at the bar with a walk-in.

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Taylors in deltaville,sebreeze on gwinns island off the piankatank
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Thanks for the ideas. If my boat survives Issy I plan to try each of them.

I''ve been to Taylors. Excellent food.
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