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4 Weeks Ago 02:32 PM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

http://www.sailnet.com/forums/chesap...estaurant.html
4 Weeks Ago 12:00 PM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Got it. Looks like a bit of a walk from the Middle River anchorages. Doable but far.
4 Weeks Ago 07:57 PM
captain jack
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Grab a Crab, in Essex, Md. Not very far from the water. Awesome food. Great prices. the amosphere is definately crabhouse. very friendly. can't recommend it enough.
4 Weeks Ago 07:35 PM
travlineasy
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Ain't cold here, Dave. 76 today here in Marathon Key, might rain tomorrow, though.

Be back to the Chessie when the temperature and my age are closer to the same number.

Gary
4 Weeks Ago 02:38 PM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

It's really cold out. Most of us aren't sailing much even if our boats are still in the water. Are y'all eating out? Making road trips to places you will visit by boat next season? Now is a good time to scroll back and fill in the gaps, update your reviews. add new ones, and generally talk about eating your way around the Chesapeake.
12-21-2014 12:37 PM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Originally Posted by jorgenl View Post
How about the Harbor Deli ? ;-)
At the end of Second Street in Eastport? No one has written it up. Have at it.
12-20-2014 07:51 PM
jorgenl
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

How about the Harbor Deli ? ;-)
12-20-2014 01:09 PM
T37Chef
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

I always disliked working brunch...usually because that meant I didn't get any sleep...
12-20-2014 12:22 PM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Originally Posted by TakeFive View Post
You may want to update your summary to show that The Kitchen in Rock Hall has moved to the Hotel Imperial in Chestertown.
Done. I'll post an update at the link after the holidays.

Added in Langermann's also.

I rather like brunch but I agree that the value proposition can be weak. *grin* I do like getting a nice omelet, some champagne, and then going back for some roast meat. Sometimes it isn't a meal, it is an event. *grin*
12-20-2014 09:09 AM
4arch
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Langermann's (Canton location) should definitely be on the list. It's right across the street from two of the biggest marinas in Baltimore and is also accessible from two potential anchorage areas. It's easily one of the best restaurants in Baltimore. They bill themselves as "southern inspired," which often doesn't do a whole lot for me, but they manage to pull it off in a way that the influences are there without being too "in your face". I've had the short ribs and the pork chop, both of which were absolutely terrific. Their burgers are also very good. Service has been consistent and solid though nothing memorable stands out. While it is a fine dining establishment, I find the atmosphere and attitude of the staff to be much less uptight and pretentious than some of their competition. Overall 4.5/5 with the biggest knock being that in the old factory space they occupy it can become unbearably noisy when crowded.

I'm eventually going to write up some other Baltimore establishments on this thread. Baltimore seems underrepresented. I wouldn't be surprised if there are more restaurants (and very good ones at that!) within a half mile radius of dockable/anchorable waterfront in the city than there are on the entire rest of the Chesapeake Bay combined. That may be an overstatement - but probably not by much.
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