We chose Blue Heron from reviews and for location. We were looking at a boat in Solomons. From reviews, we knew to look for the pie shop in front of the Blue Heron or we might have missed the sign. After a long and sweltering day, Amanda provided us with wine and cheese on the deck off our room. It was relaxing and fun to watch the boats in the harbor. Being a trained chef, her combination of brie and local cherry butter on crostini was delcious as was the breakfast the next morning. She gave us directions to the farm stand up the road that she buys from. We were there only one night but really wished we could stay longer. Some of the few shops were closed on Tues. but the store at the Maritime Museum made up for it. We had a delicious dinner of oysters and crab cakes at (Stoney's) Solomons Pier across the street. They also made an awsome mojito.
The Bistro is only open Thurs,- Sat. Sorry we missed it.