Best American Restaurants in Havre De Grace

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Best American Restaurants in Havre De Grace

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Havre De Grace Restaurants

The Vineyard Wine Bar
The Vineyard Wine Bar
(552)
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Tapas / Small Plates | Havre De Grace, Baltimore Suburbs

We have been here several times and have never been disappointed. Service is always top notch, with helpful, friendly advice and the food is outstanding. Wine selection is amazing. More

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Creole de Graw
Creole de Graw
(198)
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Creole | Havre De Grace, Baltimore Suburbs

Excellent menu, food and service. More

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Bulle Rock Bar and Grill
Bulle Rock Bar and Grill
(48)
$$$$
Grill | Havre De Grace, Baltimore Suburbs

This was first time here on a Monday night. I tried the pizza which was quite good. More

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Discover Havre De Grace

If you're headed to Havre De Grace, Maryland, step one is to try the crab. Visitors can find it served in almost any form that suits their tastes. Crabs caught locally from the Chesapeake Bay, steamed, and coated with Old Bay seasoning are a must-try. Other crab dishes include crab cakes, cream of crab soup, and crab dip. If crab isn't your thing, look for a restaurant serving Maryland's famous pit beef, which is a salt-seasoned roast cooked crispy on the outside and rare on the inside. It's typically served on a bun with horseradish and onion. Havre De Grace has a diverse offering of other types of fare such as Italian and Asian, and there are many pubs, steakhouses, pizza parlors, and fine dining options.

Discover Havre De Grace

If you're headed to Havre De Grace, Maryland, step one is to try the crab. Visitors can find it served in almost any form that suits their tastes. Crabs caught locally from the Chesapeake Bay, steamed, and coated with Old Bay seasoning are a must-try. Other crab dishes include crab cakes, cream of crab soup, and crab dip. If crab isn't your thing, look for a restaurant serving Maryland's famous pit beef, which is a salt-seasoned roast cooked crispy on the outside and rare on the inside. It's typically served on a bun with horseradish and onion. Havre De Grace has a diverse offering of other types of fare such as Italian and Asian, and there are many pubs, steakhouses, pizza parlors, and fine dining options.