Local Attractions

Notable Restaurants

  • Easton Restaurants

    • Legal Asset

      1. Craft food and spirits in downtown Easton, featuring a diverse menu of American cuisine, seafood, steak, and tavern fare in a unique, yet relaxed restaurant atmosphere.

      2. Outdoor seating in a courtyard setting, weather permitting

      3. Open for Lunch and Dinner except for Sunday and Monday, recommend calling for reservations

      4. Doc’s Downtown Grille

      • Website: docsdowntowngrille.com

      • Description: Located on Washington Street in Downtown Easton, they are the restaurant in Easton to go to for delicious casual dining, nightly dining specials, and to watch all the latest action on their big screens!

      • They offer indoor, outdoor and carryout dining.
        Open daily at 11am. Happy Hour Monday-Friday 3-7pm

    • Hunters Tavern

    • U Sushi

    • Scossa Restaurant and Lounge

      • Menu: http://www.scossarestaurant.com/

      • Description: Encounter the delectable food and wine of Scossa Restaurant & Lounge where you will savour the classic Northern Italian cuisine created by Chef Giancarlo Tondin. With an emphasis on quality, only the freshest ingredients are selected to create cuisine that reinvigorates traditional Italian recipes.

    • Out of the Fire

      • Menu: https://outofthefire.com/

      • Description: Eco-conscious, farm-to-table bistro crafts American & globally inspired dishes in an open kitchen.

  • Oxford Restaurants

  • Cambridge Restaurants

    • Snappers

    • Blue Ruin

      • This cocktail lounge in the heart of Downtown Cambridge creates and serves up fresh and fun craft cocktails as well as beer and wine. “Blue Ruin” refers to the nickname of bathtub (homemade) gin in Prohibition days, and they have created a vibe that’s inspired by the 1920s.

      • Offers small plates

      • Open 4pm - 12am except for Mondays

      • Ava’s

    • Theo’s

  • St. Michaels restaurants

Coffee

  • Rise Up Coffee (Easton and Cambridge)

    • Menu: https://riseupcoffee.com/

    • Description: Laid-back operation known for its small-batch, locally roasted coffee made with organic beans.

  • The Coffee Trappe (Trappe)

    • Menu: https://www.coffeetrappe.com/

    • Description: The Coffee Trappe is much more than a coffeehouse, it is a family-owned destination where you and your loved ones can gather, relax, and enjoy some truly delicious food and a variety of refreshing beverages including of course, lots of coffee.

Bars

  • Vintage 414 (Cambridge)

    • Website: https://vintage414.com

    • Description: A warm and welcoming wine, beer, and speciality shop bar and restaurant. Innovative and delicious salads and flatbreads - owner Natalie is fabulous at wine pairings and beer recommendations!

  • Blue Ruin (Cambridge)

    • Menu: https://www.blueruinbar.com/

    • Description: This cocktail lounge in the heart of Downtown Cambridge creates and serves up fresh and fun craft cocktails as well as beer and wine. “Blue Ruin” refers to the nickname of bathtub (homemade) gin in Prohibition days, and they have created a vibe that’s inspired by the 1920s. Check out the menu. Opens at 4pm Tuesday through Sunday.

  • RAR (Cambridge)

    • Description: Our 46 seat taproom sports a handcrafted Cedar bar top along with multiple Red Oak tables supported with artwork from several artists including our house "RARtist" Bj Wheatley. We also offer a pub style menu that goes perfectly with our 12 tap draft system with a constantly rotating lineup. As well as various private and public events weekly. RAR also offers live music on certain Fridays and Saturdays evenings featuring various local artists and some out of towners.

Things to do

  • Harriet Tubman Museum

    • Underground Railroad ‘conductor’ Harriet Tubman was born in Dorchester County around 1822. The Visitor’s Center is right outside of Cambridge near the Blackwater Refuge. Learn of the strength, courage, and determination of this remarkable woman.

  • Blackwater Refuge

    • Located 12 miles south of Cambridge, the refuge has more than 28,000 acres of woodland, rich tidal marsh, freshwater ponds and managed cropland—great for birdwatching, cycling, hiking, and paddling.Sailing the Skipjack

  • Easton Farmer’s Market - Farmers and vendors bring their local produce and crafts to this popular marketplace, located in the parking lot on N. Harrison St. Open April through December.

    Open: Saturdays, April 16th - December 17th, 8:00am-1:00pm

    Wednesdays, July-August, 4:00pm-7:00pm

  • Hyatt Golf Coarse

  • Hog Neck Golf Course

  • Great cycling

  • Kayaking

  • Sail the Skipjack

  • Fishing

Dorchester County: https://visitdorchester.org/