Looking for a place to grab a bite? North Beach has several restaurants to choose from, all with in walking distance from 3419 4th Street.
8800 Chesapeake Ave
The name says it all. Neptune's is a great place to get seafood or a beer on the patio. Wondering what the special for the night is? Follow their facebook page. They often post the specials..
If only there was smell-a-vision. It's about 7 blocks to this spot.
9200 Chesapeake Ave
Just down Chesapeake Ave, the sounds of live music can be heard most weekends from the porch of the Westlawn Inn.
This is an upscale dinning experience. Enjoy a grilled Filet Mignon in the dinning room and a piece of North Beach history. The Inn also has brunch.
9200 Bay Ave
If you are looking for a taco, Plazo Mexico is at the end of the boardwalk. It's a popular spot on farmers market nights with the patio filled to the brim. So be prepared for a little bit of a wait but service is fast.
9132 Bay Ave
On your way to plaza de Mexico, you will pass Sweet Sue's. Do I need to say anything else about this place? It's full of sweet treats and great coffee. The perfect place to start the day or grab dessert.
Need a special cake? Sweet Sue's is your place. The award winning shop has been thrilling brides with dream wedding cakes for more than 6 years.
All of these places are just blocks away from 4th street.
The set up for the 4th Annual Bay Harvestfest in North Beach has begun. Vendors were out early this morning setting up for the festival. Craft booths and food vendors line Atlantic Avenue and over looks the bay. There is a little bit of something for everyone with a moon bounce for the little ones, music at the pavilion and even pig and duck races. Yes that's right there will be pig and duck races being held.
The Southern Maryland Barnyard Runners were setting up this morning. The racers in the trailer were squealing with excitement for the big races. The races are at 1, 3 and 5pm.
The festival runs from Noon to 6pm.
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When you think of boating on the Chesapeake Bay do you think of Sailboats? Or maybe fishing boats? Chances are you have never thought of Dragon Boats. It’s one of the fastest growing team water sports in the world. This weekend the brightly colored boats will take over North Beach in an effort to combat hunger.
Thesecond annual Dragon Boat Race Festival raises money for End Hunger in CalvertCounty. Each boat agrees to raise $2,000 for the chance to win. This year 34 boats with 16 paddlers and one drummer will compete to paddle across the finish line. Each race covers 200 meters and will take less than two minutes. The boats will compete in two races and the boats with the fastest times will go to the finals.
The festival kicks off June 20th during the Friday night farmers market with the Dotting of the Eye Ceremony. Race day (June 21st) starts at 8:30a with opening ceremonies. There will also be entertainment, a kids zone, local craft vendors and food from the local dining hotspots.
EndHunger in Calvert County distributed over 1 million pounds of food last year. They distribute food to 11 partner food pantries who feed more than 700 families a week.
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