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Visit St Michaels
Visit St Michaels

Local Links

http://www.stmichaelsmd.org/

http://www.tourtalbot.org/

Shopping

B’s Stitches
B's Stitches is a full service needlepoint shop. Located in the quaint Victorian town of St. Michaels, they offer hand painted canvases from many designers and a wide variety of canvases unique to the Eastern Shore.

Bags Aloft!
Located on the main street St. Michaels, Maryland. In addition to the Vera Bradley collection, Bags Aloft! carries a wide variety of other unique bags, backpacks, windsocks, decorative banners, and other assorted items.

Chesapeake Bay Outfitters
No trip to St. Michaels is complete without a visit to Chesapeake Bay Outfitters, catering to the casual Eastern Shore lifestyle and serving visitors and locals alike for over 30 years. You'll find an outstanding selection of family footwear, men's and women's sportswear and resort wear, fun accessories and St. Michaels Tees & Sweatshirts. Featured casual apparel brands include Fresh Produce, Tommy Bahama, Columbia Sportswear, Woolrich, Royal Robbins, and the area's largest collection of Life Is Good.

DBS Jewelers
Stop in to see their Unique Collection of Designer Jewelry featuring One-of-a-kind Creations set in Gold or Platinum, with Precious Gemstones. The Fine Jewelers of St. Michaels.

Guyette & Schmidt Decoy Gallery
The gallery features antique hunting decoys from all over the US and Canada, decorative carvings, contemporary carvings, flat art, decoy books, and accessories. All decoys have a guaranteed description, including maker, age and condition.

Rings & Things
Rings and Things offers over 100 rings, troll beads, fabulous fakes, sterling silver and gold jewelry, charms, kids clothing and accessories and great purses!

Scented Garden
The Scented Garden offers an eclectic blend of the seasons newest and best. Hats, handbags, and jewelry are brought in several times a year. French linens, including our famous acrylic coated, no laundering required cloths, are imported from Avignon France monthly.

St. Michaels Candy and Gifts
The secret of life’s sweetest pleasures can be found right in the heart of St. Michaels. At the St. Michaels Candy and Gifts village store, display cases are filled with handmade truffles and other world-class confectionaries. Displays of pottery, cookbooks, napkins, gourmet foods and home accents invite you to explore their unique gift opportunities.

The Christmas Shop
The Christmas Shop in St. Michaels is a Christmas Shop for All Seasons. They offer the charms of the Eastern Shore and specially selected gifts from around the world.

Entertainment

Carpenter Street Saloon
Carpenter Street Saloon is a staple of St. Michaels. They've entertained dignitaries, celebrities, politicians… You name it! C-Street, as they are affectionately called by the locals, prides itself in being the best dive bar ... well, anywhere! Enjoy a beer and some food as you listen to great live, local music!

Eastern Shore Brewery
Offering beers for every taste including: St. Michaels Blonde Ale, St. Michaels LT, Not So Pale Ale and seasonal beers...Ameri-Hefe & Ameri-Wheat. Stop by the tasting room and sample a few beers.

Sail Selina II
Very upscale & exclusive, the Selina II limits her passengers to just 6 guests for an intimate taste of the history of sail. You will be treated to an unforgettable boating experience with Captain Iris Clarke, granddaughter of the original owners. You can arrange for two-hour, 1/2 day, full day, champagne sunset sails, private charters, overnight excursions, birthdays, anniversarys, and engagements.

Skipjack Sailing
Sail aboard the oldest working skipjack on the Chesapeake Bay and Tilghman Island's pride, the Rebecca T. Ruark. Offering flexible times for 2-hour year-round sails. Longer charters are also available and reservations are welcome. Ask about fishing and crabbing charters aboard the working crab boat, Miss Kim.

St. Michaels Winery
The icon of St. Michaels Winery is the Chesapeake Bay Log Canoe sailboat. The historic Old Mill complex where St. Michaels Winery is located is owned and managed by notable log canoe owner and skipper Mr. Tad DuPont, who sails Island Lark. Call the St. Michaels Winery anytime for a private tour of their winemaking space.

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
The place where stories of the Bay and its people come alive! Nine exhibit buildings on 18 waterfront acres, fun-filled festivals, engaging special exhibitions, hands-on boatbuilding classes, and outdoor summer concerts-come for the day, stay for the weekend.

Dining

208 Talbot
208 Talbot serves innovative gourmet cuisine with frequently changing menus taking advantage of the area's abundance of fresh seafood and local produce. 208 Talbot has been mentioned in Travel and Leisure, Gourmet and Mid-Atlantic Country magazines, and has been favourably reviewed by many restaurant critics and has been awarded the prestigious DIRONA AWARD - (Distinguished Restaurants of North America).

Big Al’s
Big Al's is your destination for stocking up on bait and tackle, fishing licenses, beer and liquor and much more for your vacation in St. Michaels! Big Al's offers eat in or carryout, featuring their famous crab cakes, as well as soft shell crabs, and deli sandwiches.

Bistro St. Michaels
This charming re-creation of a classic French bistro is conveniently located in the heart of historic St. Michaels, Maryland. Chef David Stein masterfully combines Maryland regional favorites, traditional American dishes, and French/ Mediterranean classics to create flavorful dishes enjoyed year-round by locals, visitors, and critics alike.

Foxy’s Marina Bar
Meet your friends for a 10 oz martini, have a fresh-cooked seafood dinner, or pass the time watching the boats float by while you enjoy fantastic frozen concoctions. Foxy's is friendly, inexpensive, relaxing and convenient! Located right on the harbor next to Town Dock restaurant, you can't miss it. Foxy’s is open for lunch and dinner seasonally

The Crab Claw
The Crab Claw Restaurant evolved from a clam shucking and crab business in the 1950s to a seafood eatery in June, 1965. Delectable fresh seafood has always been their hallmark and customers seek out the relaxed, causal setting within a stone's throw of the water.

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