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What restaurants are in Salisbury, MD?

Best Places to Eat in Salisbury, MD

Okay, so the title is a little misleading. We know there are a lot of restaurants in Salisbury, and we’re not going to try to list them all. We figured you’re most likely interested in the best eats that are out there.

To help, we’ve jotted down a few of our favorite local eateries here. No matter which you choose, we believe you’ll be rewarded with a great meal. Read on to discover some of the excellent culinary options on the Delmarva peninsula.


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Back Street Grill

Where? 401 Snow Hill Road, Salisbury MD

When? Mon – Sat: 11 am to 2 am; Sun: 12 pm to 12 am

Taking the proud title of friendliest neighborhood pub, we adore Back Street Grill for its excellent service and delicious food. The establishment itself is spacious with many TVs on which you can usually catch some sports. If you’re not feeling hungry, just grab a beer or two and catch up on local gossip at this pleasant hideaway.

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Acorn Market

Where? 150 W Market St Riverview Commons, Salisbury MD

When? Mon – Wed: 7 am to 3 pm; Thu – Fri: 7 am to 8 pm; Sat: 8 am – 8 pm

Acorn Market is another locally owned Salisbury hotspot that’s beloved among residents. In addition to providing a great selection of fresh sandwiches, soups, and salads, Acorn Market hosts a Biscuit Bar on Saturdays (featuring more than just biscuits). You’ll really feel the vibes of the Salisbury community at this special locale.

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Sage Diner

Where? 917 S Salisbury BLVD, Salisbury MD

When? Open daily from 7 am to 8:30 pm, except Sundays when they close at 8 pm

Sage Diner impresses foremost with its value. The extensive menu is filled with great prices on dishes that always taste swell. This trusty ol’ American diner is a jewel of the Delmarva peninsula, and we recommend its warm service for any meal of the day.

 

Salisbury's Best Hole-in-the-Wall Eateries

eating in Salisbury, MDLove dining out? On a tight budget? You’re in luck! Salisbury is home to some great restaurants that offer mouth-watering food for a great price — and they aren’t fast food. Whether you’re in the mood for Jamaican cuisine, Vietnamese, or anything in between, there is a place for you. Below we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite hole-in-the-wall eateries in Salisbury. So unbuckle your belt and get ready to discover your next favorite restaurant.

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4 Best Places for Cocktails and a Catch Up Around Salisbury

cocktails in Salisbury, MDGathering up your girlfriends for a fun night filled with cocktails and a catch-up session? Salisbury is home to some great hot spots! Here you can come in for a drink or two, dance the night away, or hang out with your girlfriends in a casual atmosphere. So this weekend, it’s time to discover Salisbury’s nightlife scene. Read our entertainment guide below to explore some of our go-to cocktail lounges and bars that you and your girlfriends will love.

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5 Best Lesser-Known Museums in the Capital Region

Museums near Salisbury, MDWashington, D.C. has more museums than you could possibly see during a quick trip, so it’s important to make the most of your time when you visit. If you’re looking for a unique experience in the Capital Region, start planning your visit to these top lesser-known museums.

African American Civil War Museum and Memorial

This little-known museum is right across the street from the African-American Civil War Memorial. Located at 1925 Vermont Avenue Northwest, this small site features artifacts and clothing from the Civil War era. There are also photographs and narratives that detail the role that African-Americans played during the Civil War. Even though this is a small museum, it’s packed with important historical information.

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4 Things to Do in the Suburbs of D.C.

While Washington, D.C., has its fill of interesting spots to visit and things to do, you may be surprised by what awaits you outside the city in the suburbs. From adrenaline-inducing adventures to relaxing museums where you can learn a thing or two, there’s plenty to keep you occupied and entertained in the suburbs of D.C.

Read on to discover four particularly interesting things to do just outside the city.

Rock Creek Park Salisbury, MDGo Ape at Rock Creek Park

Feel the adrenaline as you strap onto a zipline and fly through the trees at Go Ape’s treetop adventure in Rockville, Maryland, about 35 minutes outside of Washington, D.C. Go Ape features six ziplines including the country’s first skateboard zipline, 44 crossings, two Tarzan swings and more. The course is inside Rock Creek Regional Park and centered around the 75-acre Lake Needwood, so you’ll enjoy breathtaking views.

If you prefer to stay grounded, hike your way along the trails that surround the course, or take your Go Ape receipt to Lake Needwood Boathouse for a 20 percent discount on a boat rental.

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