Rock Hall, "The Pearl of the Chesapeake", is a waterfront town located directly on the National Chesapeake Scenic Byway in Kent County, Maryland, United States. It is located less than two hours away from large metropolitan areas such as Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC. The population was 1,310 at the 2010 census.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Our restaurant has a reputation for being the best in Kent County. We pride ourselves on having a fresh seasonal menu, high quality ingredients and a chef that puts care into preparing every meal. The dining room's casual elegance will make you feel at home whether you are stepping off the dock or celebrating that special occasion. Please stop in for a drink and hors d'oeuvres at the bar or make a reservation for dinner. We welcome transient boaters throughout the season and offer free dockage while dining in our restaurant.
This restaurant is right in the Inn but we stayed at the Annex and there was plenty of parking when we drove over. It is a Williamsburg style decor complete with colors and fireplace. The bar is also of similar design. The menu was varied so you can order something as simple as a hamburger or a complete entree.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Gimme! brand coffee and fabulous food, as well as gift items and wine!
Stopped here for a delicious homemade chicken salad sandwich in a poppyseed bagel. Got a brownie and crumb cake to take home. Wonderful. Ate outside at a shaded table. Many locals were there with their dogs. Relaxing, enjoyable. The shopping inside the store was fun, too. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
This shop is located in the group of small cottages located at the corner of Main Street and Rock Hall Avenue. They offer many interesting flavor combinations of ice cream not available elsewhere. My favorite is the Java Chip, which is coffee ice cream LOADED with large chocolate chunks - YUM! My husband loves the Sugar-free vanilla. I tasted it and agreed it was delicious!!! This is a favorite spot and there is usually a line of customers waiting for these treats!
4 based on 291 reviews
Harbor Shack offers a diverse menu of Local seafood, steaks, burgers, sandwiches and Mexican fare. Whether it's ribs, Rib eye or Rock fish we serve it up delicious. We offer full lunch and dinner menu from 11:30 am til close. The bar stays open longer than the kitchen. The kitchen hours vary by season and day. The restaurant hours provided here are for the kitchen serving food. We provide priority seating reservations. Come dine with us on the Rock Hall Harbor by car or by boat. Air conditioned main dinning, open air waterfront and deck dinning.Casual and fun with seasonal live entertainment Great dock bar and good food. Check our website for hours of operation.
My husband and I had reservations here on a Friday night. We sat at a picnic table on their outdoor covered deck, supposedly waterfront. The seating is a bit removed from the waterfront marina. Not the immediate waterfront dining experience we expected. Service was prompt. However, when the two different kinds of beer we wanted on draft (& on the menu) were not available, we realized that this place really didn't care. I ordered a crab cake dinner and my husband opted for just chilli and a salad. The crab cake was only OK; too much Old Bay for me. My husband gave up on the over dressed salad swimming in Caesar dressing. Bottled salsa came with tortilla chips. Just 'meh.' I would not return. Maybe people come here because it is one of the few dining choices in Rock Hall. Too bad.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
It's unusual to have a candy store in a small town, so this is a real asset. They also have homemade cookies and seasonal sweet specialties. The packaged malt balls are the best I've had.
4 based on 485 reviews
Waterman's is a great place but is sort of a victim of its own success. On a summer weekend you can expect to wait quite a while for your food. However, you won't be disappointed once it comes. Eat inside or out on the large deck. They often have bands on the deck but if that isn't your thing you won't hear it inside. Great view of the harbor, actually it's not a view you are in the harbor. Can't beat the sunsets while watching the boats return from a day of work or pleasure on the bay. A true Rock Hall institution.
4 based on 63 reviews
We ate crab cakes here after eating cakes at 3 other restaurants. We liked Fords the best of 3 in Rock Hall. It is not on the water and isn't fancy at all but service is friendly and attentive. I didn't see any steamed crabs on the menu as other reviewers mentioned. The desserts looked delicious but no room to try any.
3.5 based on 138 reviews
This is a small town restaurant that is simple and nice--not over the top--but the food is outstanding. My wife had the beef and she said it was tasty. The potatoes were particularly done well and tasty. I had the catch of the day--tuna--with sesame seeds and an Japanese hot green sauce. It was outstandingly delicious. There were other items on the menu that were a creative mix of traditional and national flavors. This was a wonderful restaurant, with small town flare and big town food.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Muskrat Alley Cafe is open on the weekends from 8am till noon. We serve an award winning breakfast to our B&B guests and to the general public. All our dishes are served hot and fresh. Our jumbo lump crab meat and shrimp quiche, frittata, 10 different belgian waffles, biali egg sandwiches and brekfast wraps are some of the delicious items we serve.
Eclectic and delicious is the best way to describe Muskrat Alley. A very inventive menu with enough options to please the whole family. Everything is very tasty. Weekends only. Inside and outside seating. My boat is on the hard just across from the cafe for the winter. I'm already planning on treating myself to a few breakfasts when I'm getting her ready in the spring.
5 based on 13 reviews
We specialize in local Chester River Crabs steamed to order also available soft shell crabs, shrimp, clams, various kinds of fish anything that swims we can get for you!!
Only place we buy crabs. They are "River crabs" - caught on a trotline in a river and not in a crabpot in the Bay. Much fresher. Had a lovely two dozen on Sept 2.
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