Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Mechanicsville. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Mechanicsville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in St. Mary's County, Maryland. It is adjacent to the community of Charlotte Hall, which is known for its agriculture, Amish population, large farmers' market/flea market, and the Maryland Veterans Home. Mechanicsville has many small businesses and restaurants along Maryland Route 5 and Maryland Route 235. This community is served by the St. Mary's County Public Schools including Chopticon High School. As of the 2010 Census, Mechanicsville had a population of 1,508 people.
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Old Line Restaurant & Pub is placed in the heart of Charlotte Hall. The venue has laid-back rustic vibes with a few Maryland inspired details. The menu offers something for everyone! From wood fire pizzas to hearty burgers and sandwiches including gluten
Not a large place but it is set up very nice inside. The bar looked to have a good selection and the food menu was pretty extensive. The food was fine but nothing spectacular....I had the chicken tenders with tater tots. My friend had the egg rolls and they looked really good. Prices are reasonable. Our server was nice and checked on us often. I would say this is a great place to go grab a drink and small meal with friends but not necessarily a place to go for dinner.
America's favorite all-day, everyday stop for coffee, espresso, breakfast sandwiches and donuts. Stop by or order ahead with the Dunkin' App.
The food quality has gotten worse over time. The breakfast sandwiches are awful, had a Boston Creme donut which may of had a teaspoon of chocolate smeared on the top so thin you could see through it. And drinks, I recommend you taste it before you leave. About 1/2 of the time it is not what you asked for.
Arby's is a leading global quick-service restaurant company operating and franchising over 3,400 restaurants worldwide. Arby's was the first nationally franchised, coast-to-coast sandwich chain and has been serving fresh, craveable meals since it opened i
They really should be doing a much better job. The service was very slow and we were 1 of 3 families in the whole place. Took us 10 minutes to get our food and we just ordered normal roast beef sandwichs. After we finally got are food the roast beef was fair at best dry and no flavor. Thank God for Bbq n Horsey sauce they made in eatable. Now I know why so many Arby's have closed or became Roy Rogers
3 based on 50 reviews
This restaurant is a hit or miss. This visit was what I would classify as poor but taking in consideration other visits, it averages out to just average. I ordered poached eggs with a side of sausage. My poached eggs were dry and way overcooked as was the sausage. Both were delivered in tiny side dish plates. Weird. My husband's two eggs and bacon breakfast was also brought out in side dish plates. Our waitress was rude and abrasive and not welcoming at all. I'm not quite sure if we will return to this establishment.
I frequent this Subway often for gas and subs. I am always greeted with a smile and get very good service. This is a younger group of workers but such a great group!!I enjoy the visit each and every time.
4 based on 34 reviews
Sandgates has a nice outdoor patio (we sat inside though due to the 90+ degree weather) and wide windows along the river for inside seats. We ordered a dozen blue crabs, 1/2 lb steamed shrimp, fries (crinkle cut &steak cut), a fried seafood sampler which included a soft shell crab, and a dozen fried oysters. The server was nice enough to show us how to shuck the crabs - we would have floundered along and gotten it wrong without her help!! The beer came out quickly and all the servers were very friendly. All in all a good crab house - I'm curious to see how prices compare to the seafood place next door (Seabreeze). $190 for the food listed above for 7 people (including our two littles who just shared our food)Want to see where else we've been?!? Facebook & Instagram - TheTraveling5
4 based on 44 reviews
Stopped in during the off season and Seabreeze has a great view and atmosphere, the staff is very friendly. The vegetable crab soup was kinda bland, the crab stuffed mushrooms were room temperature and needed some flavor and the wings were a solid good. The best part was the view!
4 based on 56 reviews
This is a nice, relaxed family-style restaurant specializing in seafood. Most folks seem to come for the crabs which looked great, but were pricey ($48 a dozen). We opted for two fish and chip baskets a side of coleslaw and two drinks. The fish was excellent but the waffle fries were a bit tasteless. They should get rid of these and serve regular fries instead. All-in-all a very nice lunch. Service was excellent and the ambiance down home and superb.
4 based on 123 reviews
If you travel often from Washington DC to Maryland (Patuxent river) you cannot miss this place.It has a car on the roof!! A yellow one!!I told my wife "sooner or later we have to stop to a typical US diner" and finally after few years we went there to have this experience.The food is nice, crew is nice, atmosphere is nice... it seems to live in the 50's with the old jukebox and furniture that recalls old memories.
4 based on 90 reviews
I enjoyed dining at The Foxy Fish. I enjoyed a fried seafood dinner and I must say it was absolutely fresh seafood and tasty! The waitress was very attentive and made sure we did not run out of beverages (especially my nice good beer). The food and staff were amazing and I will return again and take friends to enjoy this curbside spot.
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