Best Maryland Restaurants

If you are planning to go on a vacation to Maryland, you must visit the following restaurants to visit to have an amazing dining experience. This country is famous for many great fine dining eateries and cafes. The best thing about this state is that if you don’t love eating indoor, you can always order food to go and make a wonderful picnic at the local park. Whether you love eating high-end food such as steamed crabs or you are just into some good old American comfort food, in Maryland, you can find your own foodie paradise.

Online reviews and reports show that you can find some of the most amazing restaurants around Montgomery County MD, especial ally if you are interested in trying quality local specialties. This county has amazing farms and dairies that provide us with the most amazing products such as fresh meat, cheese and milk. Around the Chesapeake and the sea, you can find great seafood restaurants that work only with fresh ingredients. Maryland is most famous for is crabs, so you mustn’t miss them. Apart from this, you must try at least one craft beer and comfort food from a local food truck.  If you come at the right time of the year, you can even participate in a food festival. Fine dining lovers will definitely have a unique experience and adventure. Here are some of the top eateries you must visit.

Top Comfort Food Locations

Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival, Timonium: If you love classic American foods and drinks, you must visit this event and sample amazing homemade beer and bourbon. Nothing goes better with a cold beer than a juicy barbecue. Different food vendors will offer their unique meals. Apart from enjoying great food, you will also be able to enjoy live music and quality food seminars. The event is held at the Maryland State Fairgrounds Cow Palace.

Old Stein Inn, Edgewater: Visit this small inn if you love eating German sausages and drinking some of the finest German crafted beer. Sit with your friends in their amazing beer garden and enjoy great drinks paired with some tasty snacks such as baked pretzels or bier cheese. If you are lucky, the German accordion player may serenade you and make your evening even more memorable.

Gypsy Queen Café, Baltimore: If you are visiting the capital city of MD, you must the Gypsy Queen Café which is actually not a café, but a food truck. Make sure you try specialties such as bacon-topped mac ‘n cheese or sliders topped with bacon relish. This is comfort food you won’t forget.

Savage River Lodge, Frostburg: If you are a cooking enthusiast and you are visiting Frostburg, make sure you go to this small restaurant and sign up to be “Chef for a Day”. Once you using up, you will learn culinary basics, tips and tricks from some of the best local chefs. You can cook your own meal and take it home or you can bring some recipes to try later. As a memento, you will receive a beautiful and original gift –a personalized chef’s coat.