[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]TIMBUKTU Restaurant & Lounge
TIMBUKTU Restaurant & Lounge is convenient to both Washington DC and Baltimore and offers an extensive menu to satisfy any budget and taste. No one leaves hungry…guaranteed! Voted #1 for crabcakes in all of Maryland. The biggest and the best! — Washington Post TIMBUKTU Restaurant & Lounge… where good times and good food go together. ZAGAT 2001 – 2002. America’s most Prestigious Restaurant Guide
Restaurant & Lounge 1726 Dorsey Road Hanover, Maryland 21076 Phone: 410-796-0733 Carry-Out: 410-768-4331
The Chesapeake Bay Beach Club is the Eastern Shore’s most exciting waterfront entertainment destination complex. Located at the base of the Bay Bridge on Kent Island, the Club is a unique Eastern Shore style building complex boasting the Tavern On The Bay restaurant with live entertainment , the Sunset Ballroom and the new Tavern Ballroom , for weddings, social events or corporate outings. All for your enjoyment, with breathtaking sunsets and a spectacular view of the majestic Chesapeake Bay Bridge. For a great ending to a hard day, a special event, an original dining experience or simply a day at the beach-it’s all here (no membership required!) at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club.
McGarvey’s Saloon and Oyster Bar
Middleton Tavern was host to a galaxy of the nation’s most revered leaders during the period following the American Revolution. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were numbered among its prominent patrons. The Tavern was frequented by members of the Continental Congress meeting in the State House on such historic occasions as the resignation of General Washington’s commission, December 23, 1783, the ratification of the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War in January 1784, and the Annapolis Convention which laid the groundwork for the Federal Constitution Convention held the following year in Philadelphia. It is also probable that James Monroe, who knew Middleton as a Virginia delegate to the Continental Congress, visited the Tavern after his election to the Presidency. When President Monroe was received in Annapolis for his stay from May 28-30, 1818, he was greeted by Annapolis Mayor John Randal, who, at the time, was the owner of the Tavern. 2 Market Space Annapolis. PHONE: 410-263-3323
132 Dock Street
4000 North Point Road Baltimore MD 21222 – Happy Hour everyday from 2pm-6pm!!! Amateur Night every Wednesday night! Be sure to ask us about our Bachelor Party Bus!! Enjoy hot women and delicious food!!!! Hours M-Sat 12pm-2am Sun. 6pm-1am