Best Places to Eat in Maryland

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Maryland is every foodie’s paradise! Whether you’re in the mood for crabs, treats or fine dining, you won’t run out of choices in this hub for sassy, down and dirty or classy restaurants and dining spots. Check out the following for the best places to eat in Maryland.

Best Places to Eat In Maryland

The Milton Inn

It is known as a historic restaurant in Sparks and is chosen for its charm and beauty.  A few of their famous dishes here include the baked half-pink grapefruit with brown sugar and honey, lobster bacon Mac and cheese topped with crispy bread crumbs, and grilled wild boar sausage with red wine  sauce, cranberry chutney and sauerkraut.

Baldwin’s Station

It was voted as one of the states favorite restaurants by its loyal customers.   This restaurant is for the foodie who wants freshwater fish and Black Angus beef. Foodies and simply those who would love to grab a cold drink are also lured into this place because of its delectable menu and great service.

Other menus to choose from include specialty wild game, beef and seafood by the executive chef. It also serves great homemade desserts and appetizers you’ll love. Check it out when you visit MD.

Gypsy Queen Café

Situated in Baltimore, this is a popular food truck in Maryland offering award-winning meals! It travels in the streets serving favorite local treats, such as Mac and Cheese in waffle cone and sliders with bacon relish.

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Beer, Bourbon, & BBQ Festival

Festival, eh? Try this Timonium event and satisfy yourself! This place offers a drink all-you-can sample bourbon and beer PLUS barbecue. Check out the best BBQs in town from the vendors participating in the event.

Guests can choose from a one- or two- day tickets to join in a wide range of games and seminars and live music at the Maryland State Fairgrounds Cow Palace.

Savage River Lodge

Do you want to be the “Chef for a Day?”  Sign up and learn tips, tricks, and culinary basics with the chef! Here, you can bring home the recipes, cook a 4-course meal and receive a chef’s coat.

Old Stein Inn

Located in Edgewater, Old Stein Inn offers delicious and hearty German dishes and food. This place has been featured at the Food Network.    Here, you can enjoy pretzels with bier cheese. Check out why people are raving about this place today!

Woodberry Kitchen

Locals love its unbeatable food menu, especially those prepared in the brick oven! A few other choices include deviled eggs, spiced VA peanuts, Yellow Perchies and Corn Fritters.

Table 21 at Volt

Located in Frederick, Table 21 at Volt is a fine dining restaurant that gives guests a pleasurable experience.  Reserve for an exclusive table, but do it eight months in advance! This is a busy, popular restaurant to serve you with a 21-course menu.  It also gives you an opportunity of sitting inside the kitchen to witness how the best chefs are preparing the special, seasonal meals.

Old Salty’s Restaurant

Situated in the Fishing Creek, Old Salty’s Restaurant is in the little town and offers an interesting journey for everyone visiting it. They offer topnotch seafood and amazing water views as well.

The Red Roost

This Quantico restaurant offers lovely views and amazing bushel basket lighting, and it serves the finest orange crushes and steamed crabs. Visit it when you go to Maryland in your next vacation.

Papermoon Diner

It is one of the best places to eat in Maryland! A whimsical, unique eatery that features oddities galore, mannequins and Pez dispensers, the Papermoon Diner is the place to go for an eclectic and eccentric dining experience. They offer an interesting menu, including vegan nachos, crab quesadillas and shrimp and grits.  You must stop on by and try these treats.

45th Street Taphouse

There are 36 specialty beers and pretzels with cheese and mustard in this popular Ocean City bayside restaurant.  It stands out as one of the best restaurants located along the Coastal Highway near Ocean City Communities.

Chick & Ruth’s Delly

This Annapolis eatery is well loved by the locals for not only great food but also its friendly service. Check it out when you visit Maryland and try their interesting menu.

Clyde’s Tower Oaks Lodge

The Old Salty’s Restaurant is in an unforgettable setting and has themed rooms. It is chosen by couples who want a touch of romance in their date! This place is adjacent to the state’s 21-acre nature reserve that also makes it an interesting spot for wedding proposals or just about any special occasion. The venue also accepts parties and special events.  Guests can make a reservation by calling them or visiting their website.

There you have our best places to eat in Maryland! Do you think we missed your favorite eatery or restaurant?  Finally, share this article on Facebook today!