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Food scene
Barbara's on the Bay
12 Ericsson Ave
10
locals recommend
Waterman's Crab House
21055 West Sharp Street
10
locals recommend
8
locals recommend
Harbor Shack
20895 Bayside Ave
8
locals recommend
The Kitchen at the Imperial
208 High St
14
locals recommend
Evergrain Bread Company
201 High Street
14
locals recommend
8
locals recommend
Play It Again Sam
108 South Cross Street
8
locals recommend
9
locals recommend
Chester River Wine & Cheese Co.
117 South Cross Street
9
locals recommend
Casa Carmen Wines
312 Cannon Street
Patriot Acres Farm Brewery
1621 Millington Rd
Osprey Point Inn, Restaurant and Marina
20786 Rock Hall Ave
Neighborhoods
Chestertown, the county seat of Kent, the Eastern Shore of Maryland's oldest county, was founded in 1706 and served as a major port of entry during colonial times. Its brick sidewalks and attractive antique stores, restaurants and inns beckon visitors and residents alike to wander, browse and admire. A visit to Chestertown's Historic District is especially worthwhile, and includes a number of fine colonial residences, as well as some superb examples of later and more elaborate architectural styles. Second largest district of restored 18th-Century homes in Maryland, Chestertown is also home to Washington College, the nation's tenth oldest liberal arts college, founded in 1782.
10
locals recommend
Chestertown
10
locals recommend
Chestertown, the county seat of Kent, the Eastern Shore of Maryland's oldest county, was founded in 1706 and served as a major port of entry during colonial times. Its brick sidewalks and attractive antique stores, restaurants and inns beckon visitors and residents alike to wander, browse and admire. A visit to Chestertown's Historic District is especially worthwhile, and includes a number of fine colonial residences, as well as some superb examples of later and more elaborate architectural styles. Second largest district of restored 18th-Century homes in Maryland, Chestertown is also home to Washington College, the nation's tenth oldest liberal arts college, founded in 1782.
Settled in 1706, Rock Hall is a charming Chesapeake Bay village with miles of shoreline, public docking and many marinas. Our artistic community is alive and vibrant with constant inspiration from the unspoiled surroundings; musicians come from near and far for our enjoyment. The restaurants offer everything from steamed crabs served waterside to fine dining to take-back-to the boat selections. Beginning as a small harbor town, Rock Hall has been an important part of the historical fabric of the Eastern Shore. Watermen and their families have worked the bay for generations which has created a wonderful cornerstone for this close, friendly community. In fact, our welcome sign lets people know that ‘Nice people live here!’
10
locals recommend
Rock Hall
10
locals recommend
Settled in 1706, Rock Hall is a charming Chesapeake Bay village with miles of shoreline, public docking and many marinas. Our artistic community is alive and vibrant with constant inspiration from the unspoiled surroundings; musicians come from near and far for our enjoyment. The restaurants offer everything from steamed crabs served waterside to fine dining to take-back-to the boat selections. Beginning as a small harbor town, Rock Hall has been an important part of the historical fabric of the Eastern Shore. Watermen and their families have worked the bay for generations which has created a wonderful cornerstone for this close, friendly community. In fact, our welcome sign lets people know that ‘Nice people live here!’