Looking for something to do on a snowy Saturday, my husband, mother in law, and I headed over to Mullys Brewery. The southern Maryland craft brewery is new to Calvert County and is located in Prince Frederick, MD. You will find it off the beaten path located on 231 in the Industrial Park. You cannot
Calvert County may not have the number of restaurants as those north of us, but you don’t have to leave the county to eat well.
There are some incredible restaurants just down the road with some of the best seafood around caught fresh that day and prepared by locals who really know what they’re doing. More than just seafood, Calvert offers local beers and wines, award-winning Key Lime pie, food with a Cajun twist and so much more.
Discover Calvert’s hidden culinary treasures with us. We’ll show you where the locals love to eat and why.
Calvert County has another Mexican restaurant. While it’s true that our little county has its fair share, those who love Lusby’s Monterey will be happy that Plaza Azteca, with the same owner, has similar food and atmosphere. You’ll find Plaza Azteca in Prince Frederick where Jasper’s American Grille used to be, just across Route 4
The first Mexican restaurant that I tried here in the county is still my favorite. Perhaps it’s partly the comforting memory of the first restaurant after a stressful move, but I think it’s also the food, the service, and the coziness of the place itself. La Tolteca isn’t big and fancy. They can’t host hundreds
For a no frills lunch that’s quick and delicious, look no further than the Lunch Box Cafe right in the heart of old town Prince Frederick on Main Street. It sits in a quaint old building with wrap around porches nestled into several rooms there, unobtrusive, but not to be missed. You’ll order in the
Within a week of moving to Calvert County, I was told several times that Jerry’s Place was the best place to go for seafood. I immediately added it to my local “bucket list,” but every time I thought of stopping, it looked closed. Next to Mr. Tire in Prince Frederick, it’s hard to tell that