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3 Hours Ago 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.
20 Hours Ago 07:51 PM
jorgenl
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

How about the Harbor Deli ? ;-)
1 Day Ago 01:09 PM
T37Chef
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

I always disliked working brunch...usually because that meant I didn't get any sleep...
1 Day Ago 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*
1 Day Ago 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.
1 Day Ago 08:42 AM
4arch
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Sharon loves Miss Shirleys and also Blue Moon Cafe in Fells for breakfast/brunch. Brunch seems to be the new "it" meal in urban areas as there's no end to restaurants in Canton, Fells Point, etc, offering their own take on Sunday brunch.

I can't personally vouch for any of them though as I don't like a big meal in the morning. We've decided going out to breakfast/brunch just isn't something we do as a couple. I end up getting grumpy when places want 8-10 bucks for a plate of plain pancakes or 5-7 bucks for a fruit cup or bagel (which usually ends up being half stale) with cream cheese, 3 or 4 bucks for a microscopic glass of OJ, etc. Breakfast - especially when you're avoiding full entrees with meat - has to be the worst value in dining out. On the very rare occasion I get dragged or can't avoid eating breakfast out, I just can't stop myself from pointing out the poor value proposition, which drives her nuts and reinforces why she prefers to go with friends or family and leave me home.
1 Day Ago 11:24 PM
TakeFive
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

You may want to update your summary to show that The Kitchen in Rock Hall has moved to the Hotel Imperial in Chestertown.

New website: Welcome!*|*The Kitchen at The Imperial

Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Im...e48eb7e658fa18

It's funny, we went to the Imperial for lunch last July, but it was before The Kitchen had moved in. We knew The Kitchen was moving to Chestertown, but we didn't know it would be at the Imperial.
1 Day Ago 10:46 PM
T37Chef
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Yes...been to this Miss Shirleys twice now. Great place for breakfast. Southern influence with a tatse of Baltimore. I really enjoyed my shrimp and grits with fried green tomatoes and corn sauce. My wife had some pork and scrambled eggs sliders with goat cheese. Nice change for breakfst than the usual fare at your local **** hole diner.

4.5 out of 5 for a breakfast place

Located on Pratt Streen in Baltimore, 720 East Pratt I think, close to the Power Plant Live building
4 Days Ago 10:27 AM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

For Miss Shirley's in Baltimore in a different thread: http://www.sailnet.com/forums/2441818-post504.html
10-20-2014 05:47 PM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Originally Posted by BubbleheadMd View Post
Wow, I thought I was the only one who thought this way about that particular store. You absolutely nailed it. I abandoned them long ago, in favor of Wawa subs.

I know that doesn't help sailors who are walking in the area, but...
I was so disappointed in the response from corporate Subway. I thought they would stand by their standards. They don't seem to care about my letter, about the consistent Yelp reviews, or anything else. Too bad. The food at that store keeps me away. The corporate lack of reaction is keeping me away from Subway in general, a chain I generally found pretty decent and reliable.
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