Cozy spot on the water. Very friendly staff
The valentine day fix menu was nice. Portions we huge. Took half of our dinners home with us. Looked like every table got house baked cookies when the table received the final bill. We got nothing.
A lovely valentines meal!!! An intriguing menu...... worth every penny .... can't believed we have never been here in the 15 years we have lived here Definitely coming back
We had an early dinner. The entrees were average. The vegetables that accompanied them were not as listed on the menu. The carrot squash hash was inadequately cooked carrot gratings with Brussel sprout leaves and micro sprouts on top. My father was ill by midnight. Now we understand why everyone else stayed in the bar.
The entire Brunch was fabulous! The choices were great, everything was delicious, especially the crab dip!!!
Excellent restaurant, excellent food, excellent service, excellent staff
Beautiful setting with a crowded bar. Extra tables were quickly set up. Food was quite good, and made all the better by a first class young woman (Maria P) who was our waitress.
Reliably good food, service, ambiance, and a beautiful view.
Group of 8 got a round table. Best way to chat. Some got crab Dip - ok. MD veggie soup good. Had salmon which was good. Most of the table got steaks or petite filet with crab cake. Steaks great. Crab ok. No dessert. 2 glasses wine, 2 glasses Crown, salmon soup and steak were 141.
Overall, the food was quite good. Of course, that comes at a cost. The crab dip had such a crusty layer of cheese on top that we could not serve it with the spoon provided. The filet mignon was cooked perfectly but the seasoning and sauce overtook the naturally delicious flavor of the meat. I would still rate the food 4 stars but these are the things that kept me from rating it at a five-star level. I heard the new addition of fried chicken and macaroni and cheese was delicious!
This was our second time there and will definitely go back again. The food is wonderful and so is the scenic view.
We were checking out this place as a potential rehearsal dinner spot and we knew it was the place when we pulled up. Beautiful scenery and the food/service was great too! The owner is lovely! We will be having our rehearsal dinner here in the fall!
We were looking for something to do on New Year's Eve and settled on the Severn Inn because I had enjoyed their Sunday Brunch in the past, and they advertised a special holiday meal with the reservation at 10pm. The food was phenomenal, the service was very good. Our waitress never shared her name but she is a young blonde lady (early 20's). She served us in a very professional manner without being too attentive. The Inn has a very comfortable family type atmosphere, not like a chain restaurant. The bill was a little pricey for two people and two drinks, a 20% gratuity at $219.00. I would do it again, but at that price it has to be a special occasion. Nice job Severn Inn!
We should had cancelled. It rained all Night. NO fire works. I Was seated by the door and breeze blew in all night. Food was Ok, Nothing great. Priced out of this world, as The night was rained out.
Wonderful meal for New Years Eve. Limited menu but great choices. Service was very good.
Recommended by my cousin and it was excellent, from the service to the ambiance to the food, everything was top notch. My wife ordered a Squash and Apple soup that was delicious and wonderful presentation. A goat cheese dam separated the soup from cracked barley.
We had a great time - great food, wine, and beer. My only "complaint" is that when we asked for the check that part took the longest. Literally my only complaint though. Everything else was perfect!
Dinner at the Inn was exceptional - The menu has been expanded since we last dined there, with more variety, and the fresh Ocean City sea bass that two of our party selected was prepared and plated perfectly. Service was attentive without being intrusive.
Wonderful service & great food/though a little too spicy for my pallet.
We weren’t rushed to leave after lunch, giving us time to talk, laugh & “catch up.”
Will be back soon!!
Set expectations too high. Reserved table some time ago but we were seated in the undecorated “annex” room. Soup was delicious but not hot. Steak was undercooked. Greens beans were more garlic than greens. Best thing was our lovely server. Other than that way over priced and food was disappointing.
The FOOD was delicious, as always. Shell in the crab cake was the only imperfection, but overall...food was excellent.
Service in the bar was good; in the dining room...not so much.
Great views and food. Crab Cake Plate presentation a rare treat with wonderful mixture of flavors. Had a first time diner in the party who loved the setting.
The service once again was terrible, but the food terrific. They did have a large party, however we didn't receive the side dish we ordered, had to walk to the bar to order a glass of wine and were never checked on.
Wish I had spoken up much earlier. The waiter was young and we were trying to be nice.
We find the Severn Inn to be a nice restaurant for many reasons. The staff are friendly; the service always is outstanding; the food choices are consistently appropriate; and the quality of the food is superior. Additionally, the setting overlooking the Severn River, is most enjoyable. I highly recommend this restaurant.
Severn Inn is a beautiful spot for brunch, but changing the menu for brunch items would be recommended for return guests. It's the same items. But overall bottomless mimosa's and bloody mary make for a relaxed time.
A bit pricey. Smaller selection on the dining room menu than the pub which doesn’t offer much variety. Ambience is very nice, holiday decorations were beautiful and staff was friendly and helpful. However they sat us in a dining room all alone and away from the rest of the guests which felt odd and almost too quiet. Overall the food was very good, staff friendly and the ambience very nice but we may prefer to dine on the pub side next visit.
Soup as well as food was cold for myself and guests. Service was just okay. Been to restaurant in past and in my view it has gone down hill especially with the high food and beverage prices.
This place is a hidden treasure! We went for the Sunday brunch and everything, from the raw bar to the stuffed french toast, was simply wonderful. I can't say enough nice things about the staff, everyone was accommodating and attentive (but not in any way intrusive). The dining areas are lovely and the view of the river and the Naval Academy is gorgeous. I'm so glad we discovered this place and hope we can return soon! Thank you so much!
No one goes to the Severn Inn for the food, but even with that understanding, the food was really mediocre and over priced. My salad was basically a lot of chopped onions and greens, and the soup was gloppy, though the crab meat was ample. My dining partner's crab cake was better, but nothing to be proud of. They really need to up their game in the kitchen to match their prices, which are very high for what they're offering. Apart from the view, the great deck in the summer and the hopping bar scene, I can't recommend the Severn Inn as a dining destination, which is really a shame, because we locals want to have a great view AND great food.
Great selections on the menu. The server was great, attentive and helpful. Our food was prepared pe red gently and the presentation great. We keep coming back.
Our dining experience was great as usual. Food was excellent as was the service. Severn Inn is our local favorite. Daily specials use the freshest ingredients and great seafood. Keep up the good work!
The Severn Inn always is a nice restaurant for its food and ambiance. The service is excellent and the menu extensive enough for any occasion. I highly recommend this local gem.
Sunday brunch was wonderful. Everything is Top Shelf”. Food, service, view, decor cleanliness. Second visit to the Severn Inn. Will return many times.
Waitress Outstanding. Food was terrrific, just a lovely place
Lovely evening... My first time there but I’ll definitely be back !
Probably about the 5th time I have had dinner or lunch here. It was always good but this visit was spectacular and certainly worth the 45 min drive. We eat out often but mostly on the Eastern Shore where the restaurants are usually better. Severn Inn, however, for lunch this day, was way up there in quality and enjoyment.
Nice place - great views of the Severn. Closes too early for a weekend evening date. Staff seems more interested in getting out of the restaurant than allowing patrons to stay. The menu is quite pricey. Very good food - but pricey for food - and very pricey on the wines and cocktails. The ambiance is nice - but the value is low. Cut prices by about 25% and this would be an all-around great experience.
My husband had the arockfish and I had the Halibut. Both were wonderful.
They even made me a great mock tail when I said I was sober. Overall great anniversary dinner.