I didn't go inside this brick chapel on Main Street, and I didn't nail the structures provenance. Despite the sign showing the congregation dating to 1857, the building appears to be a post Civil War structure given the brick materials and architectural design.
Some of the 19th century and more recent homes in Trappe, MD are well cared for and worth visiting. In fall, the gardens really stand out.
The small commercial corner is relatively new, probably early 20th century. I learned that the brick bank was built in the 1930's.
I don't know how popular this place is, because I didn't stop by when it was open, but the well appointed style of this upscale market and seafood restaurant. Normally, "steak house" in this region doesn't refer to a big slab of beef, although that may be available on the menu, but rather to a steak cut of fish, particularly halibut. However, the website shows beef specials, to go with a reportedly large red wine list. The photos of the website show some nice looking grilled oysters. I did learn from the locals that prices here are upscale.