Named one of the best small towns in America, Easton, Maryland is a haven of quiet streets and quirky festivals. First settled in the 17th century, Easton has remained an active community since Colonial times. The Third Haven Meeting House, built in 1682 by the local Quakers, is still used for Sunday meetings to this day. Visit during the annual Waterfowl Festival, when residents deck their historic homes with green boughs, and local artists pay tribute to the Canadian Geese flying overhead.
Things to do in Easton
4.5 based on 336 reviews
Out of the Fire is committed to the investment in socially and environmentally minded pursuits. Doing good while doing well is fundamental to our work, and is manifested in our dedication to create food and an environment that supports our mission. *We cater to most food allergies. *Gluten Free options are available. We do not create these items in a designated gluten free kitchen. *All menus seen online are subject to change.
Enjoyed an early evening dinner at Out of the Fire in Easton. Very nice atmosphere and good service. Our party enjoyed the seafood stew, mushroom pizza (gluten free available) and trout. They also have interesting salads and options like steak and lamb stew, and other seafood dishes.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
A community gathering spot for fresh loose leaf tea, tea inspired spirits and food. Come join us at the General Store in the quaint village of Royal Oak...a short drive from both Downtown Easton and Downtown Saint Michaels.
This hidden treasure has become our favorite restaurant! We had the most incredible dinner starting with their fantastic shrimp bisque, seared scallops that were amazing and ended with the most delicious creme brulle. Can't wait to go back to see what specials they have on the menu next time!
4.5 based on 351 reviews
Scossa is probably our favorite Italian Restaurant in Easton. Besides the food being outstanding, the service and atmosphere are superb. If you are looking for quantity in your meal, this is not the place to go. The quality, on the other hand, might be hard to beat!
And as much as I like this eating establishment, I’d like to see some changes or new dishes on their menu.
4 based on 311 reviews
USDA prime steaks, fresh locally-sourced seafood, vegetarian options, sides and more! Designed with an understated elegance by Caroline Pascal and SM+P Architects. Design features including an open kitchen and wood-fired oven provide for a casual and cozy atmosphere.
Nice to have a higher end steakhouse in Severna Park. The steaks were excellent. My wife and I had the ribeye wet rubbed Generous portions and cooked just right. Most steakhouses overcook med-rare. Pascal's did it just right!. Our ravioli was under cooked,. The waitress took it back right way and they prepared another portion for us. The service was excellent. A difference layout with the bar in the middle. Long restaurant so the intimacy of a nice steakhouse was lacking. Other than that, its a very nice restaurant with good food and service
4.5 based on 158 reviews
Welcome to Portofino Ristorante Italiano. Come experience our casually elegant fine dining in an intimate setting. Our promise to you, our patron, is that you will enjoy as good a meal here as you would if you went to Italy. Our establishment features two dining levels. The main floor seats up to 25 and the lower level seats up to 45.
What a lovely evening with my sister and brother-in -law at Portofino!
We knew to expect a delicious meal from gracious host Rosario and his daughter Laura, and yet dinner last Thursday evening surpassed all expectations.
He had asked us to allow him to select our meal for the evening, so we relaxed and enjoyed a Prosecco while we tried to guess what was to come.
A salad of freshest baby greens with a delicious raspberry vinaigrette arrived with the hot rolls - delicious! The best was yet to come... tender chicken breast in creamy pesto sauce, alongside Rosario's Risotto Contadina, filled with such fresh vegetables as mushrooms, broccoli, sweet onion and more.
Our servings were so generous that my sister and I asked for a box to take some home. you see, we know about Laura's amazing desserts!
And she didn't disappoint. Tom's Tiramisu disappeared quickly, it was so delicious.
Susan and I savored our wonderful Zabaglione, making every bite last.
Our dinner was a joy from start to finish. Rosario knows that hospitality is more than just food. It is savoring friendships, offering your best ingredients, your best preparation, your most sincere welcome. His daughter carries on the tradition beautifully, adding her own sweet personality to Portofino's welcome.
5 based on 89 reviews
The Peacock Restaurant & Lounge is located in the Inn at 202 Dover, selected by Michelin, American Express, Travel + Leisure and Food & Wine as Best Inn in America and named by Maryland Life Magazine as the "Buckingham Palace of inns." We offer casual yet a fine dining experience. Selected as Top 11 Romantic Restaurant in America. AAA 4 Diamond. Our guests remark that dining at the Peacock is more like dining at a friend's home than a typical restaurant. You will probably be welcomed by one of the owners, Shelby or Ron, offered an opportunity to start your experience with a cocktail or glass of wine in our lounge or, if you prefer, be seated upon arrival. Executive Chef Douglas Potts brings a classical flair to the freshest local ingredients since he was raised on the Eastern Shore. The Eastern Shore is teaming with extraordinary bounty and we present it to you with a sense of pride. We look forward to having you dine with us.
We were just here for my husband's birthday and the food was incredible. The crab cakes were to die for. I also had the pumpkin chowder which was equally as delicious. The chef and the owner both make the rounds to greet everyone and we felt so welcome and at home. Definitely make this a priority if you are staying at St. Michael's or vicinity.
4.5 based on 280 reviews
Situated in the historic Tidewater Inn, Hunters’ Tavern brings relaxed fine dining and impeccable service to Easton, Maryland. Offering award-winning happy hour specials, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday Brunch, Hunters’ Tavern is one of the finest Easton restaurants for any occasion. If you’re searching for restaurants in Easton with a true Maryland dining experience, try our fresh crab cakes or cream of crab soup. Looking for something new? Order one of our inspired appetizers ½ off during our signature happy hour. Hunters’ Tavern is proud to offer fresh and delicious American cuisine in Easton, MD. Make a reservation today and inquire about our private dining room for intimate gatherings.
Last May my husband and I were taking a ride to St. Michaels and decided to go through Easton. We parked the car with the intention of walking around the historic district of the town and found ourselves in front of the Tidewater Inn. We...MoreThank you for so eloquently detailing your experience at Tidewater Inn and Hunters' Tavern. It sounds like you had such a lovely afternoon with us! We certainly look forward to welcoming you back for a romantic getaway.
4.5 based on 172 reviews
Ate hear when another restaurant we had planned to go to was closed for a private party. We loved all the things ordered including fried oysters, crab cakes, pastas and salads. Resonable prices and friendly server made the evening enjoyable and satisfying.
4 based on 246 reviews
Every time I try to give this place a “second” chance. Food is great, but the staff needs better customer service skills. I haven’t had a nice bartender - they just seem to lack personality. Disappointing because it’s a cool little place.
4.5 based on 177 reviews
We sought this little joint out based upon the reviews and we're not disappointed! I got the pulled pork my wife got the pulled chicken both were high quality meat without the usual lower-quality pieces thrown in as filler. Although I felt the sides were expensive the main sandwich was actually lower price than expected for the quality of meat. Thus making the overall cost of the sandwich about what I would have expected. On-street parking could be a problem however when we were there at lunch time the area was pretty much empty making parking right in front of the building easy and convenient
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