Tired Of The Same Old Restaurants? Check Out The Maryland Gems Covered In Flair!

There are literally a hundred places you could find to eat out at today. But chances are you are sick and tired of every single one. Seriously how many times can you eat a hamburger and fries? What if I told you that there were places in Maryland where you could eat with a pirate or eat fresh seafood on a boat? That sounds a bit more interesting than the burger place down the street, doesn’t it?

There are times when you just want to let loose and have some fun. You don’t care if a place might be considered a little cheesy, cause these are the nights when cheesy is fun! If you are looking for your fill of “cheese” for the night, you will have to head on over to the Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille over in Glen Burnie. This is a fabulous place that both the kids and the adults are going to love! Where else can you grab a delightful plate of food while skeleton pirates eye their treasure ready to make you walk the plank? Argh!

Is it that hard to believe that there is a monster size boat sitting in Baltimore that is really a restaurant? What makes it even weirder is the fact that it really isn’t a boat! This is a great place to let off a little steam and have some great seafood. If you are a fan of lobster, they have some of the best. In fact, you just might want to have all hands on deck when they offer up their Lobster Madness Tuesday! It is some real good eating…and at least you don’t have to worry about hitting any icebergs n this ship!

Are you ready to sing? Sunday, Monday, Happy Days…While this is not Al’s Diner from Happy Days, Bert’s 50’s Diner will bring you back to much simpler times! Here you are going to find a happy vibe along with some incredible food. This is one restaurant you will not be able to miss with its jukebox doors and racing car on the roof! Just be sure you bring plenty of change to keep the jukebox singing!

You now have three places that are unlike any place you have eaten at this week. Check one out or visit them all…not on the smae day of course!