When we travel, we try to eat local and avoid the chains, especially if it is one we have in our home town. When possible, I consult Trip Advisor to determine what people think about places. It is usually a good lead. And so it was that we found this out of the way place on the waters of Chesapeake Bay on the western shore of Maryland. The village is called Galesville--and it was windy.
The restaurant was out over the water on a dock. We chose to eat outside
We had a table with a view. Boaters pulled up to the dock for lunch. The wind was brisk off the water, so it was not hot at all.
Yeah, it was a nice view.
And the food was great! B had an enormous fish sandwich and I had a Maryland crabcake that was everything it should be.
Check out the sculpture of flowers made from propellers.