Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Cambridge in a day


Cambridge MD is a colonial era town on the Choptank River with a quaint feel. We had driven through it once but arriving by boat gave us the opportunity to really experience the small historic downtown yesterday. 

We enjoyed lunch at Jimmy and Sook's, then found the local General Grocery to buy a loaf of bread. One non-white loaf remained on their shelves but pigs feet or pig knuckles fans would be thrilled to find the economy size. 


The temps were great for walking around town. Who expects an 80 degree high in July? But the doors of another historic church were locked. Thwarted again. 


We had made dinner reservations at Bistro Poplar and were glad we did as this top restaurant filled up quickly. West Windsor NJ folks at the next table! What a small world at times. Chef Ian Campell learned a lot from CIA and later Tom Keller. Great dining in small town America!



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