Although the Beach Grill is not located directly the beach, it's higher vantage point would allow one to see the water if the entrance and deck were on the eastern side of the building. What is more interesting is that the actual building dates back to 1800 with thick walls that reduced cell phone reception. A big oval bar is the center of attention, though there are several tables near the bar as well as in a small dining room with a beautiful fireplace. The menu has Maryland favorites. I started with a creamy crab bisque. This was followed by a side salad which was one of the 2 sides I had with a good helping of crispy fried oysters. Enjoyed the cocktail sauce with the oysters. The atmosphere was friendly and it appears that the people at the bar were nearby neighbors. At the entrance there is also a small convenience store. An overall pleasant experience.
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