Chesapeake City Restaurants

  • Schaefer's Canal House
    Schaefer's Canal House
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  • BOHEMIA CAFE & BAKERY
    BOHEMIA CAFE & BAKERY
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  • Chesapeake Inn Restaurant & Marina
    Chesapeake Inn Restaurant & Marina
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    Schaefer's Canal House: Great place to eat, drink and be merry!

    by tpangelinan Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Schaefer's Canal House

    Water front dining. Beautiful luxury yachts parked right in front of your table. New owner recently put some money in the place and the chef is the best in 100 mile radius. Servers are top shelf like the food, the atmosphere, the view...can you tell I like it here?
    Watch people jet ski while you eat. Sit outside, listen to Reggae music. Dance with your children!!! When is the last time you danced with your children on the water front? You NEVER out grow this, and they better not either!
    Wonderful atmosphere, food and service, nautical these of course. They have private dining in the main building and banquets for large groups in an other.

    Favorite Dish: Schaefer's Canal House Crab Cakes (Your choice of Broiled or Fried), Take them broiled, all lump meat! Best Crab Cakes on the East Coast!!!
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    THE BAYARD HOUSE: One of the Oldest buildings in town.

    by tpangelinan Written May 1, 2004

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    THE BAYARD HOUSE

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    Favorite Dish: This building dates back to 1780 and is considered the oldest in South Chesapeake City. the hole in the wall" bar dating back to 1780. Samuel Bayard built the original manor Bohemia Village the origanal name of the city. In 1829 the building was used as a public for the first time. It was converted to a tavern and inn, named Chick's Tavern. 1845 additions were made to house more people, thirteen years later it was sold to Richard Bayard, a descendent of the original owner, renamed the Baynard House. Sold in 1899 to William Harriott, who renamed it Harriott Hotel. He own it until 1929 got in financial trouble and hanged himself in the hotel, was bought in 1960 and renamed The Baynard House Inn again.

    By the way the food was ok and the prices were high, not great service either.

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    Chesapeake Inn Restaurant and Marina: Good food

    by tpangelinan Written May 1, 2004

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    Chesapeake Inn Restaurant & Marina

    This restaurant has it all, from Fine Dining to Casual. There is a 65 slip marina with water taxi. Pull up in your boat and have dinner or dancing. Even showers and bathrooms for the boaters open 24 hours. The deck is open from May to October for outside dining.

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    BOHEMIA CAFE & BAKERY: Grab some breakfast

    by tpangelinan Written May 1, 2004

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    BOHEMIA CAFE & BAKERY

    Nice place to grab Breakfast, lunch or diner in a relaxed atmosphere, child friendly too. Daily specials, take out, fresh bakery items and catering, open all year.

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