Stopped in here for dinner during a short 2-nite stay in St. Michaels at the Inn at Perry Cabin. We ended up sharing a series of appetisers and a bottle of wine, all of which exceeded our expectations. The place had few diners the Sunday evening we were there which is understandable since it was off-season in St. Michael's. A bottle of chardonney was moderately priced considering the location and the quality of the restaurant and the appetizers suggested by our pleasant and efficient server Kerri. Baked oysters were mouth watering good. Spring rolls were filled with fresh vegetables and we ended with the pumpkin ravioli. This was a fitting end to a fabulous evening since it's hint of sweetness was better than ending with dessert. HIGHLY recommended. Food and service on a par with the best of DC...just friendlier and more relaxed! Thx Kerri for making our night!
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