If savory cuisine is what you are looking for, we have many options for your dining delight. Wicomico County is proud to offer so many different types and styles of food for you to experience. If you are traveling with a group, we also have many locations that welcome groups and large gatherings!
We are home to many locally owned restaurants that are designated by the LORA logo. These restaurants and bars present local Eastern Shore Maryland flavor, great service and of course great food! They are happy to welcome you and share some of the hidden culinary treasures that our area has to offer.
To go along with your dining experience, be sure to sample regional wines and craft brews! Wicomico County is home to Bordeleau Winery, a few miles south of Salisbury. Many Wicomico County Maryland restaurants also serve Evolution Craft Brews made a few miles north of Salisbury in Delmar, Maryland.
Our seafood is incredibly fresh as we are perfectly sandwiched between the fresh water Chesapeake Bay and the bountiful Atlantic Ocean. A regional delight the Maryland blue crab is a favorite but also check out the oysters, clams and other seafood that is bountifully supplied by our water neighbors.
Eastern Shore Cuisine
Good food, eaten with great friends and family in a relaxed atmosphere is the essence of Maryland Eastern Shore cuisine. Piping hot fried oyster sandwiches, steaming soft shell crabs, down-home peas & dumplings or tender fried chicken coupled with locally grown corn, watermelon and other produce are just a few Eastern Shore delicacies sure to tempt your taste buds during your stay.
Authentic Crab Houses
Enjoy the Eastern Shore's world famous seafood bounty, the Maryland Blue Crab at one of our authentic Maryland crab houses. The friendly atmosphere, coupled with delicious Maryland steamed crabs and other delectable foods will create a relaxing dining out experience the whole family will enjoy! Learn how to pick a Maryland Blue Crab.
Smith Island Cake
Recently designated as the Maryland State Dessert, the Smith Island Cake is a savory wonder ranging from 6 to 12 ultra thin layers that originated on Smith Island. Although now available in a variety of flavors, the classic Smith Island Cake is yellow with chocolate frosting. A slice of this tasty treat and a cold glass of the Maryland state drink—milk, will create a dessert duet you won't forget!
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