Crisfield /ˈkrɪsfiːld/ is a city in Somerset County, Maryland, United States, located on the Tangier Sound, an arm of the Chesapeake Bay. The population was 2,726 at the 2010 census. It is included in the Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area. Crisfield has the distinction of being the southernmost incorporated city in Maryland.
Things to do in Crisfield
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Watermans Inn is the BEST restaurant in Crisfield although for people from metropolitan areas they close on the early side-830 or 9. They have good cocktails-nothing exotic-but good. Wine selection average. The roast pork with wine and red grape sauce-masterful! The chipotle steak was the most disappointing dish watermans ever served. Don't offer that-too much going on and the flavors just don't work together. Didn't have dessert but they offered a nice variety. Quaint restaurant, good service - think you will enjoy it.. OH, note: their crabmeat is NOT from the Chesapeake Bay. That disturbs us since they should be supporting the waterman and seafood companies who are local and depend on selling their products to maintain their livelihood. I do shame them for that and their crab dishes suffer greatly because of the imported Asian or Filipino crab they use!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
This is a cute locally owned ice cream spot close to the docks for the Islands. Service is Ok, locals sometimes cut in line which is a bit irritating. They have some local folk art for sale, very nice! They also have drinks available for the ferry!
4 based on 71 reviews
We also will deliver to both the Tangier and Smith Island Boats.
We loved this restaurant. Everything we ate was delicious. We particularly enjoyed the spinach artichoke dip, which we had three days in a row. This restaurant also has a great crab cake and a tasty meatloaf. The service was excellent, particularly the young gentlemen who was a very devoted bus boy. The staff offered us tips about sightseeing in the town and attended to our every need. We will definitely return when we are next in Crisfield.
5 based on 10 reviews
Some friends and I had an awesome time at the Crab and Cruise this past Saturday. Even from the beginning, the purchase process was smooth and we were able to get accommodations using the information on the website. The day before the trip, we received so much helpful/informative information that answered so many questions.
We traveled from NC on Saturday and our hotel was in a prime location, approximately 20 minutes from the cruise location. We arrived at The Crab Place and were promptly checked in and seated together. At check in, we were given a wristband to indicate seating level on the boat.
We were all impressed with the process of how we were served. We were seated and provided our drink requests, then we received several delicious, appetizer-sized items, shrimp, ribs,meatballs, wings, corn on the cob (Oh MY the corn!!!) before the crabs were served. The crabs came hot and perfectly seasoned and did not stop until we wanted them to. We ate and enjoyed to our hearts content. Our meal was followed with a delicious piece of cake from a local bakery.
The boat is about 4 blocks from The Crab Place so you can walk or drive - we drove because it would be late when we returned. The boat was a good size and most people brought their own coolers.This cruise has music on the upper and lower levels. The entertainer on the lower level was very good singing 60's Motown, and the DJ on the upper level played popular R & B from the mid-late 80's up to now. The playlist was great; it looked like everyone enjoyed themselves while we sailed to nearby Tangier Island. which is where crabbers live. The DJ also gave good information on the crabbers and how they live and some of the island residents were out with a welcoming wave. This part of the ride was perfectly scheduled so we could enjoy an absolutely beautiful sunset. On the way back, the music was more geared toward dancing and everyone was up on the floor.
I highly recommend this event and look forward to possibly doing this again before the season is over.
Thank you all for a great way to spend my Saturday!
4 based on 58 reviews
Picked up cooked crabs to go and they were ready when they said. The crabs were covered with Old Bay Seasoning and smelled great. We took them home and had a feast. The service was great, very friendly and sold just about everything one would need to fish, crab or eat what you caught.
4 based on 45 reviews
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My family and friend came here to celebrate me and my brother's birthdays. The dinner started promptly at 4pm. Everything was clean and orderly. The waitresses bring the drinks and food to the table. Once we sat down we didn't have to get up for anything (unless it was to go to the restroom). We were served steamed corn on the cob, BBQ ribs, meatballs, hush puppies, waffle fries, and most importantly all you can eat steamed CRABS!! The layer cake that was for dessert was delish too! The atmosphere was fun. Music played the entire time and we even did a little line dancing!! After dinner we boarded the boat for the cruise. It is BYOB. They served raw oysters. There was also a live DJ. The cruise was very relaxing. My only issue was the DJ didn't play any good dance music until the last 30 minutes of the boat ride. Then people got up to dance! Other than that, we had a great time and would visit again.
4 based on 24 reviews
Gordon's isn't just a restaurant. It's the hub of Crisfield community. Folks don't just go to eat, they go to visit. It's a small unassuming place with a few rickety tables and about 7-8 stools tucked up under a counter stacked high with Tastykakes and Little Debbie's. But check out the five busy people working the grill and you know that business is booming. People of all generations pop in to say hi and pick up sandwiches. Older men perch around the tables and catch up on news of the day. Ladies gossip. Everyone knows each other. But smile and say hello and you are welcomed right in the mix.
Don't miss the real sodas made with syrup, the zips (flavored ice milk that to me was more refreshing than a milkshake) and the ammonia laced drinks that "will cure what ails you." Fresh sausage sandwiches were hearty and good.
Yes, be aware that it's kind of a greasy-spoon joint. Yes, there are no public bathrooms and the furnishings may just be original.
The food is okay but it's the community soul that feeds this place. If that intrigues you, it's definitely worth a stop.
4 based on 13 reviews
I am scared for anyone to eat here. But I should have known just by the location not to even go inside. The place was filthy,the workers looked dirty. The food even though not pricey was very greasy! The customer service was very poor.
4 based on 10 reviews
This place is below average in every way.
Subs are made with generic meat and boring bread. Don't expect anything fancy. Tried fried chicken from friend's order which was the worst I've had. Very dry and hardly any meat on the bone.
I know this is a carry out, but inside has zero decor and music. Not a very welcoming atmosphere.
Time for this place to step up the game a little as it seems years behind the times.
4 based on 5 reviews
Its a subway. They sell the same thing at every store. The girls that work there are nice and wait on you fast. Right on main street not far from post office. Not too many choices for lunch in Crisfield
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