Bistro St. Michaels

Bistro St. Michaels

September 30, 2014 by Candace

Modern dishes rooted in traditional culinary styles, offering sustainable seafood and organic vegetables.

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Blue Crab Coffee Company

September 5, 2014 by Candace

Café in historic Odd Fellows Lodge. Come early for coffee and breakfast, stop in for a light lunch, wander over after dinner for live music or a movie.

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Blue Heron Coffee, LLC

May 11, 2016 by Editor

Small-batch roaster offering whole beans and ground coffee. Fresh brewed coffee, French press, and single cup pour overs also available from beans roasted on-site.

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Bombay Tadka

March 5, 2020 by Candace

Indian cuisine made from fresh, natural ingredients in a fun, casual dining room.

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Bonheur Ice Cream & Pie

July 17, 2019 by Candace

Fun and fanciful pie and ice cream shop offering 12 – 16 flavors of homemade ice cream, milkshakes, a rotating selection of homemade pies, and Espresso drinks.

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Breakfast In Easton

July 19, 2017 by Candace

Get a simple, fast and delicious breakfast. The name says it all.

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Bumble Bee Juice

May 13, 2016 by Candace

A distinctive cold-pressed juice company serving fresh juices, acai bowls, artisan honey, and luscious smoothies in the heart of Easton.

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Capsize OXMD

June 23, 2017 by Candace

Serves American favorites on Town Creek in Oxford. Waterfront dining inside and out, free transient boat slips and a casual atmosphere where dogs are welcome.

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Captain’s Ketch Seafood Market

September 19, 2014 by Candace

Captain’s Ketch was founded in 1982 in Easton, Maryland by Keith MacPherson. Our goal is to offer only the freshest quality product available.

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Carpenter Street Saloon

by Candace

Hearty breakfasts and lunches of local favorites, including crab vegetable soup and the saloon burger; plus traditional local dinners after 5 p.m.

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Stories of the Chesapeake