T.L. Morris Seafood

1606B Marina Dr
Trappe, 21673
Reviews:
Open until 7, this place was perfect for what we needed -- a dozen crabs, cheap! Scenic location in the shipyard, right on the water. Efficient, helpful, friendly staff. Definitely making this my go-to for crabs!

(410) 476-4811

Seafood Markets

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Hidden Gem

29350 Maple Ave
Trappe, 21673
Reviews:
Extremely slow. Whole carry out experience took nearly an hour. Twenty minutes after we ordered 2 Rubens they told us they didn't have corned beef. Not sure why it took that long, as there was only 1 table in the dining room. Chips were burned. Soup had a ton of crabmeat, but was completely overwhelmed by the taste of burnt sherry. Turkey Ruben was delicious, as was the Italian sub, but it's doubtful we'll go back.
Food is good, but be aware that the background music is country and Fox News is always on.
I came across the Hidden Gem while looking for another restaurant and I'm glad I did. It's name is just as it says, a "Hidden Gem." Ambiance: The decor wasn't what I was expecting as it is a bit more intimate with the dark lighting than I would have normally dined with a friend. The pace of the meal was more a european style (i.e. giving time before each course to enjoy the plate, wine and conversation). Altogether I found the atmosphere very relaxing. Drinks: Although they have a full bar I ordered the house Cabernet. I found it to be a good choice but since I was with a colleague who choose not to drink I can't really comment beyond that regarding the Hidden Gem's drink menu. Food: For an appetizer we decided to give the owners recommendation of Fried Green Beans a try. They were pretty good, not something I would normally have ordered before a meal but tasty none the less. For dinner I ordered on the Surf-N-Turf, which came with large shrimp perfectly cooked and a seasoned steak, which was also quite good. For desert I settled on the Rice Pudding, which had a very creamy texture I haven't had before but enjoyed. Service: The owners and the help were all very nice and knowledgable of the menu. There was no shortage of advice regarding our selection or describing the particulars of how everything was cooked. When my steak came out a little over done and they had no qualm bringing me another. While we waited for our meal, dined and after we wonderful short conversations with the owners about the area. Definitely no complaints regarding service. Overall: I throughly enjoyed my meal at Hidden Gem and if or when I'm in the area I'll be sure to come back and try that homemade lasagna.

(410) 476-6145

American (Traditional)

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State Bank of Trappe Pizza

4016 Main St
Trappe, 21673
Reviews:
Meh. I'm being generous. I'm wavering between a 2 & 3. Went here the other evening after my siblings' graduation from Salisbury University. My parents had heard of the opening, they staged a robbery for it! The bank (State Bank of Trappe) had been robbed back in the 30's. Cool place, old original glass in some of the windows, ceiling is different, painted a nice color. LOVE the bar that wraps all the way around the restaurant. Bathroom is cool, I think it's the old money vault! Exposed brick & wood floors. Funky lighting & a sense of a unique atmosphere. BUT ... so many things are slightly off. Either the bar is too low or the stools too high. You're smushed underneath. They have one cool old wooden table, but the rest are these new-age plastic, fake-wood things. They seem to have poked a hole through the glass window for some sort of antennae?? The wings were served in those standard red plastic baskets with tissue paper. Drinks are in these giant green coke glasses that are odd. I get that it's a pizza joint - but so many aspects are slightly higher scale - I guess I was expecting the theme to be followed. I'd get more old wooden tables & scrap the red plastic & old green coke glasses that don't fit the theme. Now for the food. We ordered 3 pies, wings, & a salad. We're all New Yorkers (and therefore self-appointed, all-knowing pizza judges) and happen to know that often when we order pizza outside of New York we wind up with a soupy mess, so we reiterated that we did not mind waiting, we prefer our pizzas well-done. We're talkin' crispy. Unfortunately, the pizzas were not so. They came out wayyy too fast, or perhaps the oven in the kitchen doesn't get hot enough (?). The slices were difficult to hold, we wound up eating with a mess, basically. Cheese falling off, unable to hold a slice with 4 hands, let alone 1 or 2. Eating it with a knife & fork (not the proper way to eat a slice!). But there were some good things too. They have it almost right. They make their own house mozzarella (impressive!), the veggies on our pies were fresh & yummy, and certain slices had the right crispiness in small areas. Ultimately I say that you have to try it out, and it should be kept in mind that the restaurant is fairly new. Staff is super friendly, atmosphere is neat, prices are great! A Margherita Pie is $8.49, and craft beers are $4.59!! They serve Scottish Highland Creamery (Oxford) ice cream, which is awesome! I love when small businesses work together.
I have been there a few times first couple had the pizza, the tomato basil and mozz pizza was very good, last couple if times I have been hooked on the thai chicken sandwich, I loved it. atmosphere is nice, side salad so-so drink prices decent. I would love the thai chicken as a pizza
The pizza was edible. At best. The few non-pizza options were not... Perhaps the owner should have stuck with what she knows: steak. Skip the disappointing fare and head on across the street to Brenda Tighe's other establishment, Mitchum's Steakhouse, for a truly outstanding meal.

(410) 476-3330

Food, Pizza

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Talbot Landing Motel

1730 Ocean Gtwy
Trappe, 21673
Reviews:
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(410) 476-3189

Hotels

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Bella’s Pizza & Market

4014 Main St
Trappe, 21673
Reviews:
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(410) 476-6000

Pizza

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