The Dream Weaver was one of the first restaurants that was recommended to me when I moved to Calvert County, so I went there right away, waddled home, and made a mental note to go hungry or have the discipline to split my meal (which I haven’t done yet).
I’ve been back several times for lunch then recently, for the Sunday Brunch. Each time the food is made fresh with quality ingredients. Their menu offers a wide selection of interesting cold and grilled sandwiches, loaded salads, soups, sides, breakfast served all day (the breakfast quesadilla is amazing), and desserts.
Don’t go to the Dream Weaver in a hurry. They aren’t a fast food restaurant and don’t try to be. The ambiance is nicely set with local art on the walls and a slight European feel. The food comes out when it’s ready and you don’t have to leave until you’re ready. It’s the perfect leisurely lunch for a few friends or a family meal.
There isn’t a children’s menu during the week, but ask and they can make smaller portions if you need. Even for adults, you can get your food your way with the toppings that you want and they are more than happy to oblige. The burgers come from a Calvert County farm and are served just how you ask for them. My daughter had so much bacon on hers that she had enough to share with me!
During the week, you’ll order as you walk in, pay, and then be seated, but on Sundays, they’ll seat you for a full-service meal with an expanded brunch menu with delicious things like corned beef hash, Dreamy French Toast, and omelets your way. The brunch includes a children’s menu for kids 10 and under.
If you haven’t been, check out Dream Weaver. I’m consistently pleased with the generous portions for fair prices and the quality of the food. My problem is that while it’s big enough to share, it’s good enough that I don’t want to.
Dream Weaver Cafe & Caterering