Cambridge is a city in Dorchester County, Maryland, United States. The population was 12,326 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Dorchester County and the county's largest municipality. Cambridge is the fourth most populous city in Maryland's Eastern Shore region, after Salisbury, Elkton and Easton.
Things to do in Cambridge
4.5 based on 300 reviews
Very nice wait service in this small yet smart styled restaurant in heart of downtown Cambridge,Maryland. Excellent food .
4.5 based on 117 reviews
You have to stop and try Bay Country's delicious Donuts! All kinds you will have a hard time picking! Great customer service in and out in a flash! Stop and get some fantastic donuts you won't regret it!
4.5 based on 176 reviews
The food is very good at Carmela's. The atmosphere is small town, small eatery. Our only issue was the temperature in the facility. We were there for dinner on a single digit cold night. There are two small COLD rooms. Had we know they don't turn the heat up we would not have eaten there. Looked at thermostat and it was on 65. Could not wait to leave we were so cold.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
It was recommended to us to stop in and have a bowl of cream of crab soup. We did and were were NOT disappointed at all. We would definitely recommend this place. We would stop here again when traveling in the area. Friendly waiter. Plenty of parking and seating. Family friendly!
4 based on 583 reviews
Jimmie & Sook's Raw Bar and Grill is located at 527 Poplar Street, in the heart of historic downtown Cambridge, Maryland. Open for lunch and dinner, Jimmie & Sook's is where locals meet for food and fun, and where tourists flock for a taste of Maryland's Eastern Shore. Now offering outdoor seating on our new patio.Jimmie & Sook's also has a second floor private catering room available to accommodate 10 - 210 guests.
Stopped before getting on bay bridge, saw trip advisor reviews and was glad we stopped. Food was delicious and Angela our server was very friendly. We will make it a tradition every time we are on the way home from the eastern shore.
4 based on 424 reviews
Friendly gastropub serving local foods creatively prepared by Chef Patrick Fanning. Nice craft brew selection. Plus sidewalk seating.
Our family really enjoyed our dinner in downtown Cambridge. The General Tso cauliflower was excellent, tasted so much like sweet and sour chicken! The smoked Mac and cheese was super decadent, and sandwiches were tasty. The cocktail list was creative and refreshing. Reservations are recommended as there was a large crowd the night we were there.
4.5 based on 102 reviews
Great hangout type of place, with an extensive list and variety of brews. There is often live music on weekends, and fun celebrations of newly created brews.
I enjoyed a cool glass of nantucket nectar, and a lovely steamed hot dog. There is plenty of other pub grub....that just happens to be my favorite.
You can taste multiple types & tastes of beer, and go home with a growler of your fav.
4 based on 180 reviews
We are a locally owned and operated neighborhood crab house and restaurant that has been operating since 1986. We have evolved from a seafood manufacturing and crab picking facility into a full service restaurant, crab retailer and caterer with a recently added beer garden. We strive to give an authentic Eastern Shore No-Fuss hospitality experience to our guests and feature as many locally procured items as possible. We have recently been featured on The Food Network, PBS's Americas Heartland, CNN "Somebody's Gotta Do It" and Dogfish Head's Dogfish Dish. We are located directly on route 50. Less than a mile from the Hyatt Chesapeake Resort.
It doesn’t look great from the outside, but once through the door I was hooked. A beautiful, querky, ocean themed restaurant as fresh as the food they serve. I went for fish and chips - yes I’m british. The cod was perfectly cooked, the batter...MoreThis is awesome! Thanks for taking the time to share your experience. We have been working on that fish and chip recipe for 7 years to get it perfected! We are big fans of Leo Burdocks by the way.
4 based on 204 reviews
The Water's Edge Grill is a full-service Maryland restaurant accented by a two-story stone fireplace and balcony, soaring ceilings and wide windows. Casually relaxed, this family-oriented waterfront Chesapeake Bay restaurant boasts gorgeous views. The new newly created menu reflects the American Grill concept. Overlooking the unique crescent pool, this classic Chesapeake Bay restaurant offers picturesque dining. Enjoy a wholesome breakfast before your conference or heading out hunting for the day. Take in the dramas of nature on the water as geese and other waterfowl soar, dive or float lazily along. Delight in outstanding regional specialties for breakfast, lunch and dinner from our uniquely designed display kitchen. Water's Edge will appeal to event the pickiest of eaters, especially to families with children with a kid's Buffet offering all their favorite foods.
Water's Edge was a special treat. We sat near the fireplace for dinner. It did get a little warm but it was okay. I had the Rockfish. It was sweet and flaky and the rack of lamb that my wife had was tender and cooked perfectly. We went back on Sunday for their breakfast buffet. My wife loved the crab Benedict, my mother in-law can't stop talking about the fresh smoked salmon and I enjoyed the omelet station :).
My family and I were at the Hyatt Chesapeake for Thanksgiving Weekend. We love coming here for so many reasons. The grounds are magical. We love walking our dog along the paths, throwing the football on the open field. The indoor pool with in and out hot tub is a treat.
4 based on 187 reviews
The Cambridge diner has a great selection in their menu for all meals. We tried French toast, eggs and pancakes and all were delicious and reasonably priced. The staff was friendly and efficient.
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