Savor the Chesapeake Bay
Sip and Savor. Did you know that Queen Anne’s County is home to Maryland’s oldest craft distillery, founded in 2008? You’ll taste our sense of adventure and passion for craft beverages with every sip. Home to four craft breweries, two wineries, and two craft distilleries, your visit will require a couple days to sample your way through all 8 destinations!
Farm & Boat-to-Table Cuisine. From white linen tablecloths to a picnic tables covered in paper, you’ll find a variety of cuisine experiences throughout Queen Anne’s County. Local restaurants tap into the Chesapeake Bay bounty taking full advantage of seasonal Maryland blue crabs, clams, oysters, Rockfish (striped bass), and more. Visit our local farmer’s markets and roadside stands to take home fresh products to build your own master piece. Want to cook like the professional chefs? We’ve got a few recipes shared by local restaurants for you to try.
Dock Bars & Waterfront Dining. Queen Anne’s County boasts one of the greatest concentrations of waterfront dining establishments in the region with 12 restaurants and dock bars located on the water’s edge. Locals and visitors alike have been frequenting our waterfront businesses for generations. Insider tip: We offer some of the best places to enjoy regular lively entertainment. Revel in live music on the waterfront while soaking up the landscape and our Chesapeake Bay sunsets!