Went here for lunch and cold beer after walking the Chesapeake Railway Trail on a recent Friday. The dining room section that was open (there are 2 indoor dining rooms) was packed so we opted to sit in the bar rather than wait for a table. Slot machines and Chesapeake Beach have had a long marriage so we weren't surprised to see a slew of them lining the walls in the bar area. The bartender was efficient and attentive and served the (very good cream of crab soup with sherry), and the (o.k.) steak and cheese sandwich to us with our beers at the bar. Not my preferred place for dining, but it was decent.
Just as a note - 2 years ago I enjoyed an outdoor evening on the large porch (casual, picnic table seating) where there was live music. The service was good then, as well.
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