Knapps Narrows Marina & Inn

Written by on September 29, 2012 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Tilghman Island, Maryland

How I heard of this place: Chris brought me here for my birthday weekend getaway, where we were offered a filling and delightful continental breakfast on each of our two mornings with the Inn.

Type of cuisine: A contintental breakfast for champions!

Ambiance: Brightly lit, white room with white wicker furnishings throughout, windowed walls opening out onto the Chesapeake Bay, the voices of guests aflutter as the toaster sounds and water is poured from the glass jug. Casual and bright, open and friendly.

What I ordered: On day one: diced watermelon, “natural” green grapes, bananas, one chocolate mini donut each and two bagels: everything with cream cheese for me, blueberry with butter for Chris. On day two, we started with fruit: grapes and watermelon, added cubes of Provolone and Swiss cheese, one toasted blueberry bagel with butter split between the two of us, mini powdered sugar donuts and a plethora of sweet treats, obviously in celebration of my birthday. 😉 We enjoyed bite-sized home made fudge brownies and miniature fall decorated cupcakes, along with the Martinelli’s Sparkling Apple Cider Chris ordered and had delievered on ice.

What I loved: Fresh watermelon and grapes! Yum! It’s always yummier when someoneelse prepares it for you.

Why I loved it: Sweet, cozy, quaint and very friendly.

Cost: Chris paid.

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