Exploring the Eastern Shore

Maryland's Chesapeake Bay offers quaint and memorable small towns, fresh-from-the-sea crab, and lots of laid-back leisure.

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Want to dock and dine at these hot spots? Just check the latitude and longitude.
Photo by: David Hillegas

5 Dining Spots by Sea

Want to dock and dine at these hot spots? Just check the latitude and longitude.

1. Bayard House: lat. 39°31'40", long. 75°48'44", 11 Bohemia Ave., Chesapeake City; 410/885-5040 or bayardhouse.com

2. Cheshire Crab Restaurant: lat. 39°7'37", long. 76°28'24", 1701 Poplar Ridge Rd., on Bodkin Creek, Pasadena; 410/360-2220 or cheshirecrab.com

3. The Crab Claw: lat. 38°47'12", long. 76°13'14", 304 Burns St., St. Michaels; 410/745-2900 or thecrabclaw.com

4. Drum Point Market: lat. 37°58'6", long. 76°1'22", 21162 Center St., Tylerton; 410/425-2108

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