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.
Things to do in Stevensville
4.5 based on 141 reviews
While on a nice sunny bicycle ride on the nearby Trail... we asked a resident where to grab lunch... some Crab cakes, seafood etc..
He recommended this spot... "great food, decent prices".
He was right.
To say this is a small place.. is an understatement. If the weather is poor, it is a Take-out spot.
There is seating outside on wooden picnic tables.
My wife had a fish sandwich and I had the scallops and crab plate.
Both were lightly breaded.. very fresh tasting seafood.
It looks like a family run business. There were lots of folks at the outside tables enjoying blue crab... cracking.
The only negative point to make about this spot is that there is not an inside restroom. An outside porta-potty w/sink is on the side of the building.
So in conclusion... its not 5 star dining.. but it is a rural Kent Island Crab Shak that serves fresh Crab , scallops and other seafood.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
They are creative and always delicious! If you need a cake for a special occasion, this is an excellent pick to fill your need.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Stopped at the new location on our way home from the beach and we were pleasantly surprised. The food is the usual Dunkin' Donuts variety, which is to say it's pretty good. The store is large and very clean, and it even has a pleasant ambiance. The best part was that the servers were very friendly and efficient. We will return on each of our trips home from the Delaware shore.
4 based on 335 reviews
Beach Front Restaurant And Tiki Bar, Boat Dockage Available, Free Parking, Award Winning Crab Cakes, Family Friendly, Indoor And Outdoor Dining Options
Kentmorr is one of the best seafood restaurants on the Eastern Shore. We have been going here for years. The crab soups are outstanding as are the crab cakes. The menu has a wide selection. Service is great. You can eat outdoors with a great view of the Bay and the harbor.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
American cuisine with Brazilian influence. Restaurant, Bar/Lounge, and carry out. Small plates, soups, salads, lunch, Sunday brunch, and perfectly grilled meats. Live Music every Thursday
Most of the top restaurants have water views and extensive seafood menus. Frix's has no view but it does have great steaks and beef, some seafood and excellent service. We visited on Saturday night. The drinks, wine and beer are reasonably priced. The special was a filet kabob with shrimp and bacon plus a corn chowder and a wild rice mix of veggies and raisins which was great. My wife had the sirloin, broccoli and a salad. The pain killer is made with Pussers rum and was generous. This is a good informal restaurant that fills a big local need.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Heather bakes a lot of love in her baked goods - breads, muffins, cup cakes, brownies and cookies. The variety of fresh baked cookies are awesome, not to mention two types of brownies. When you are having a party, this is the perfect bakery to meet you needs for the perfect dessert.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Love point deli has a great wine and liquor selection that suits me fine. Th deli portion had all home made sandwiches and soups and salads. Yummy. Good selection of cheeses, spreads, pate and crackers. It is not a cheese shop with gobs of choices but enough to give you a nice selection. Locally owned. Nice, pleasant staff and owners. Does a good lunch business. Not a dine in place. This is a good place to get a picnic and go to one of the local parks on the water.' It's worth going to.
4 based on 220 reviews
Our hotel in Stevensville recommended this restaurant and it did not disappoint. The service was top-notch: professional, friendly and efficient. After reading the menu and asking some questions of our waiter, we still had a hard time choosing our meals - everything sounded so delicious. Dinner was just fabulous. Very stylish Italian food and wines. I would highly recommend Rustico.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Located on the first floor of The Inn at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, Knoxie's Table brings an innovative dining concept to Kent Island. The menu draws inspiration from our very own Chef's Garden and Greenhouse and utilizes local farmers and watermen to create seasonal dishes featuring the area's finest ingredients. Knoxie's is our way of connecting locals and special guests to the very best of the Chesapeake Region. The rustic décor features 150-seats with table and booth style seating, custom barrel light fixtures, wood panel bar front with stone bar top and views of the gardens beyond, creating an indoor/outdoor dining and bar experience. The terrace features an outdoor bar, high and low cocktail dining seating, along with comfortable lounge seating with oversized umbrellas for daytime and bistro string lighting for evenings. Paul Shiley is joining The Inn at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club as the Executive Chef. Chef Shiley will play a key role in menu development along with overseeing daily culinary operations for the Inn's dining venues and event spaces.
The Market is one of the most recent additions to the substantial list of choices for lunch in the vicinity of the Bay Bridge on Kent Island. If you have been to Annie's, Hemingway's, Kentmore and the others, give The Market a try next time...MoreThank you for taking the time to write such an extensive review of your experience at The Market. We are delighted that you had such a lovely experience and appreciate your recommendation. We certainly look forward to the opportunity to welcome you back very soon!
4 based on 114 reviews
If you've experienced Cracker Barrel's, this is another good one. Consistent with other locations except this one is exceptionally busy all the time due to a combination of locals and travelers.
The exit off Route 50 to get here is not obvious and if you wait till you 'see' the place, it's too late to exit the highway.
Wait times can be long but worthwhile given the quality and value of the food.
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