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Coastal Style: Best Wine List
Coastal Style: Best Caterer
2016 Metropolitan Magazine Winner

25 Maryland Culinary Experiences


Maryland is a foodie’s paradise, with a variety of local specialties. From our farms and dairies to the Chesapeake and the sea, there’s a bounty of fresh ingredients to be found. Maryland may be most famous for its crabs and oysters, but don’t miss our craft breweries, world-class restaurants, eclectic food trucks, unique food festivals and family-owned farms. Come to these food events, restaurants and food trucks for a fantastic foodie adventure in Maryland.

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Best Of: Discovering Soft Shell Crab Dishes in Ocean City

Liquid Assets Soft Shell Crab in Ocean City

“We are seafood lovers through and through here at ShoreBread, so when the month of May rolls around, there is one thing on our minds: soft shell crabs! Not everyone is a fan; after all, the thought of eating the entire crab – legs, body and all – can be a little daunting. But for others, seeing ‘soft shell crab’ appear on specials menus around town is like hitting the culinary jackpot. So what makes the soft shell crab so special?”

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Liquid Assets Presents New Off-Premise Catering: L.A. On Location

Liquid Assets Catering Spread

“We give nod to the food and ambiance at Liquid Assets fairly often…and for good reason. The 94th Street Ocean City mainstay has an incredible following, thanks in large part to their reputation for farm-fresh-food and inventive menu offerings, but also for the stellar service and welcoming atmosphere. The Liquid Assets team celebrated the unveiling of their latest venture this week with a ribbon cutting for their new off-premise catering service, aptly titled, L.A. on Location.”

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Liquid Assets To Host Grand Wine Tasting Saturday, February 21

Wine Bottles and Corks at Liquid Assets in Ocean City, MD

“We write about Liquid Assets fairly often, and for good reason. An Ocean City mainstay, we love Liquid Assets for the food, the ambiance, the wine and cocktails, the doughnuts (if you haven’t tried them…, and the friendly staff. But this time of year, we especially love the fact that they stay open all winter long. Even better is the fact that every Saturday throughout the winter, Liquid Assets hosts a FREE wine tasting. ‘Free’ and ‘wine’ really do go so well together, don’t you think? What’s more, the successive wine tastings culminate in one, spectacular Grand Tasting, to be held this Saturday, February 21, from 12pm-3pm.”

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Best Of: Wine Bars on the Eastern Shore

wine glasses and wine bottles

“Wine is a libation that has no season – summer, fall, winter, spring – there is a wine for every season and every occasion. Yet, there is something about cold weather that has us popping the cork on more and more bottles of wine. While getting cozy and drinking a glass of wine at home on the couch after a long day is a welcome way to unwind, we suggest heading out to a local wine bar or eatery. Whether you are a wine connoisseur or not, there’s something to be said about a stellar wine paired aptly with an appetizer or entrée. Check out a few of our favorite wine spots, from Salisbury to Rehoboth…”

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Liquid Assets

Liquid Assets Duck Platter

“It’s a foodie version of one-stop shopping! Liquid Assets is nestled into the crowded (but festive) 94th St. Shopping Center in Ocean City, MD, about 40 minutes south of Rehoboth. Just walking into Liquid Assets is an experience. The racks of bottles for sale and the row of glassed beer coolers suggest that it’s an upscale liquor store.”

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Best Of: Ocean City Bar Scene

Liquid Assets Craft Beer from the tap

“As the month of August settles upon our shores, we all come to the same sad conclusion that summer will soon come to a close. But while it is still sunny and warm, let’s wrap up summer with a bang! Whether your drink of choice is a Natty Boh or margarita, we’re lining up Ocean City’s top rated bars for the best bar crawl ever. We even lined them up in order as you go down the board walk.”

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