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Eating for 2 Days in Annapolis/Easton/St.Michael's area???

sjpjefe Aug 21, 2010 08:49 AM

Can I get some guidance for dining on a quickie 2-day car trip in this area? So far only have Ken's Creative Kitchen Back Porch & Cantler's on my MUST list. Looking mostly for relaxed, delicious, fresh seafood. Thanks.

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    John in Annapolis Aug 22, 2010 10:23 AM

    Can't eat fancy all of the time - the BBQ Joint in Easton is getting good buzz. Suppose to be great food with a contemporary flair.


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    1. re: John in Annapolis
      pups224 Aug 23, 2010 04:22 AM

      Tilghman Island Inn. Great seafood. Wonderful setting.

      The Tilghman Island Inn
      21384 Coopertown Rd., Tilghman Island, MD 21671

    2. Meg Aug 22, 2010 09:12 AM

      208 Talbot in St. Michael's and The Inn at Tilghman Island, up the road.

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        Querencia Aug 21, 2010 05:45 PM

        My son, who lives there, likes the Chart House. Personally I thought the crab dishes at Buddy's were delicious but the place isn't as elegant as CH. I think both menus are online.

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          JRCann Aug 21, 2010 05:36 PM

          Ken's is literally on an open porch.. so beware of the weather! Kentmorr Marina & Restaurant... really good steamed crabs... right on a nice sandy beach with inside and outside dining... rivals Cantler's in every way. (and I am a fan of Cantler's too) Other than crabs, Kentmorr has a better range of seafood dishes, IMHO.

          1. namret Aug 21, 2010 05:34 PM

            Easton: Mason's or Bartlett Pear Inn.

            St. Michael's: 208 Talbot or Inn at Perry Cabin's restaurant....all excellent

            Annapolis: Carol's Creek, excellent fish

            1. Dennis S Aug 21, 2010 12:14 PM

              Not exactly the area, but also not far if you're looking for ideas.


              Someone has said Clarke's landing has gone down, but that's just one report. I haven't (we were going to do a weekend thing a few weeks ago but declined at the last minute).

              If you go further East, near the shore, I saw that there are quite a few tacqueria places - like in Georgetown, DE, and nearby.

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              1. re: Dennis S
                sjpjefe Aug 21, 2010 02:51 PM

                Thanks, but was hoping for some info a whole lot more current. That link was from 2005!

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