Cambridge’s dining scene attracts attention

Cambridge isn’t such a sleepy little town anymore. People are finding out that this city of 12,000 on Maryland’s Eastern Shore now offers up some seriously tasty eats and drinks. In recent weeks, the popular website Thrillist named the duck fat burger at the High Spot one of the best in Maryland; and named Snapper’s Waterfront Cafe one of the state’s best waterfront bars. Ocean Odyssey’s Bay on a Bun sandwich snagged an honorable mention in this year’s “best sandwiches in America” list. RAR Brewing has gained the limelight with its microwbrews; they’re now expanding so they can start canning their beers. The French restaurant, Bistro Poplar, is Zagat rated. The local microbatch coffee roastery, Night Kitchen, is the first on the Eastern Shore to offer cold-brewed coffee in growlers. Media and travel bloggers, including the Washington Post, the Dining Traveler, Washington DC Eater, Baltimore magazine, the Examiner, Prop Talk, Mid-Atlantic Day Trips, the Daily Times, Shore Bread, the Talbot Spy, and more have all been writing about Cambridge’s food scene recently. There’s even a Foodie Tour. If you haven’t checked out Cambridge lately, now’s the time. Browse our restaurants — and be sure to come hungry!

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2017-03-31T13:00:37-04:00