Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Stevensville. Stevensville is a census-designated place (CDP) in Queen Anne's County, Maryland, and is the county's most populous place among both CDPs and municipalities. The community is the eastern terminus of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The Stevensville Historic District is one of only two registered historic districts in the county, the other being the Centreville Historic District.
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4 based on 261 reviews
This was not my first visit to Rustico. I have generally enjoyed my meals here. It would be unfair to say I had a bad meal but the meal I had here a week ago was to be honest was below their standard. The Caprese Salad Sandwich was boring, the Mozeralla had taste but the dressing lack flavor and was heavy on the tongue. To be fair another person at the table had the sausage and peppers and was less disappointed. Three of the four of us were less than pleased. On the plus side service was both attentive and pleasant. The restaurant's some what off the beaten path location remains both attractive and at the same time convenient. So we will return hopefully have a better experience. My hope is on future visits it is up to the standard they set on earlier visits.
4 based on 32 reviews
Great family atmosphere and a locals' favorite. Affordable meals dine-in or carry-out. Waitstaff service with seating for 90 in booths or table dining. This is a perfect meeting location just a mile from Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Bridge off Rts 50/301 Exi
Great pizza, staff is super friendly, they serve alcohol, Wed is family night and all around it's wonderful place!
4 based on 14 reviews
We were travelers passing through Kent Island and stopped here for lunch. On the plus side, we got our pizzas relatively quickly and were nourished so we could continue our journey. On the negative side (and where I disagree with many other reviewers), I can't say I particularly liked the pizza. Both my husband and I agree that our pizzas were flavorless (except for the burnt spots) even though I got a rather plain pizza with basil and he got one with various toppings (fresh tomato, mushrooms and sausage I believe). The super thin crust had no flavor, the sauce and cheese were tasteless and the toppings barely registered. I generally like "wood-fired" and don't mind a little charring, but the end result was disappointing.
4 based on 84 reviews
Better to eat there, than to bring home. Garlic knots are better than ANY in 20 miles (maybe farther). Friendly staff, standard atmosphere. Salads are also great and huge. There is one with chicken, shrimp, and steak that my wife loves. Wings are a bit dry, not saucy, but good.
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