Centreville is an incorporated town in Queen Anne's County, Maryland, United States. Incorporated in 1794, it is the county seat of Queen Anne's County. The population was 4,285 at the 2010 census. The ZIP code is 21617 and the area code is 410. The local telephone exchange is 758. It hosts the Queen Anne's County Fair each summer and was home to three franchises during the existence of the Eastern Shore Baseball League—the Colts, Red Sox, and Orioles. The book Red Kayak by Priscilla Cummings is set in Centreville.
Things to do in Centreville
4 based on 94 reviews
Very homey atmosphere, quiet and out of the way for most. Friends from Chestertown recommended the restaurant and not disappointed. Salads are great and has a interesting bar set up for drinks. Must draw a good evening crowd as well. Mostly locals.
2.5 based on 3 reviews
The Dunkin Donuts is in the worst ever location ever category
First, one of the employees took out trash then he walked back behind the counter and started waiting on customers having never washed his hands. The same employee dropped a cup on the floor and proceeded to use it to prepare an iced coffee. With the amount of time several female employees touched their hair and faces, I don't think they had any hygiene training from management. Not a terribly clean place, I counted more flies than customers. Just head to the WAWA for caffeine
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Fast Casual atmosphere serving breakfast, lunch, and dessert. Private Parties and meeting space available. Catering available.
We visited this "coffee and tea" cafe while familiarizing ourselves with Centreville, MD. They were serving breakfast at the time so we ordered our meal. You order your meal at the counter and you pay them. You are given a number that you place on your table and a server brings your meal to your table. Our food was delicious and the server was pleasant. The atmosphere of the cafe is friendly and relaxing. We enjoyed our food and just sitting there and relaxing. It is a friendly, comfortable place.
4 based on 84 reviews
Made it a family affair, children and adults, social atmosphere and the food is great. Our waitress is adorable and very accommodating, it was only her second day. Came from Adams Grill in Kent Island....Manager was very accommodating as well and our food came out hot and tasty!!!
5 based on 28 reviews
Great carry out seafood spot -- the best crab cakes ever.
Popped in this small seafood-counter / restaurant last week on a day trip to Centreville. Wonderful shrimp salad sandwich! My partner had the lump crabcake sandwich, which was also very good. A small bag of chips was included with each sandwich; drinks were extra.
All in all, a great choice for a fresh, quick lunch.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Awesome family-owned restaurant. Hated to move away from Centreville because that meant I couldn't get their pizza anymore. Still visit whenever I'm in town.
5 based on 4 reviews
Great atmosphere and even better food. The restaurant decor is cute- the checkered tablecloths and the overhead lighting give a fun vibe. The staff is very attentive. We both had fettuccini Alfredo- the fresh basil is a great addition. The salad was very fresh, and the dressing is light and flavorful. My favorite might have been the bread and dipping oil- so good! The house red wine is a pleasant surprise. They had run out of our top 2 choices for dessert, but the chocolate fondant cake was a good third choice. We were never big fans of the previous restaurant, but we will be going back to this one!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Always had good food every time we order. Friendly family that runs the place. They are a Cash only business not credit cards / debit cards. Fast and friendly can't go wrong here !
3.5 based on 17 reviews
Owned by same group as Rustico in Stevensville MD
I have been here twice and left so disappointed that I refuse to go back. Local friends even call the place "Mediocre Guys." "Pizza" was served on what must have been melba toast. Crab cakes had so much breading that crab was barely there. Service was fine, but I just don't get it. Don't bother - for the same amount of money, go to Doc's and get a much better and more varied menu or to O'Shucks for pub food.
3.5 based on 17 reviews
We enjoyed a pepperoni, mushroom and green pepper pizza to go... not quite as tasty as our favorite pizzeria - Rusticana (Easton) - but still good. Appetizer sampler was okay, except for the fried mushrooms, which were really good.
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