The Club Room at Harbour Inn Marina & Spa

Written by on February 17, 2013 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – St. Michaels, Maryland

Harbour Inn

How I heard of this place: We were in search of a weekend getaway in St. Michaels without paying an arm and a leg for our accommodations. This one came highly recommended on Trip Advisor and became our new favorite diggs in St. Michaels.

Type of cuisine: ”The Harbour Lights Restaurant provides guests with an elegant experience overlooking the Miles River and St. Michaels Harbor…The Club Room offers a relaxing atmosphere for you to enjoy delicious cocktails, appetizing small plates and beautiful views of the harbor.

Club Room Bar 2

Ambiance: The coziness that makes up the comfort and cushy space the Harbour Inn calls the Club Room is immediately felt upon entering the windowed door from the lobby. Hardwood floors, fluffy leather couches and a soft, amber glow in the lighting, even with the natural lighting streaming through the uncovered windows from the blue sky and deep, dark waters of the Eastern Bay.

Club Room Seating

What I ordered: Our massages ended and we were all hungry – despite brunch and our pending dinner reservations at Pascal’s. Rather than making the decision to eat upstairs or down, we enjoyed both! In the Club Room, even though the menu looked small, we easily found numerous dishes worth sampling. We narrowed it down to two:

Baked Crab Pretzel ($12.50), a pretzel French stick topped with a crab salad and melted cheddar cheese.

Crab Crostini

Panko Crusted Fried Oysters ($9.50), a generous helping of eight served with pickled cucumbers and red onions and Old Bay spiked remoulade.

Fried Oysters

What I loved: The remoulade, the pretzel, the melted cheddar and the crispy fried oysters. It was all delicious and would be welcome a second time!

Why I loved it: The obvious reason to love the Club Room: lounge-like couch seating while enjoying hot appetizers and watching a PGA tour on the framed big-screen television, beautiful scenery looking out over the Bay and chit-chatting with our English proprietor.

Cost: High ($8.50 – $12.50 per Club Room mini plate)

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