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FRIDAYS AT THE PURSER’S PUB
Starting Friday, November 25 through April 21, we will be hosting Friday Night Oysters and Bubbly. We will be featuring a variety of sparkling wines from throughout the world. Join us from 5 – 8pm.
Saint Michaels, MD 21663
Farm-to-table, Continental, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 7:00 – 11:00am
Lunch: 11:30am – 2:30pm
Dinner: 6:00 – 10:00pm
Afternoon Tea: 3:00 – 5:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(410) 745-2200 ext. 213
Close proximity to Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Philadelphia make this a popular spot.
If you hold your event with us, we can offer:
Five function rooms, over 5,000 square feet
Venues ideal for both small and large gatherings
High-speed wifi throughout the hotel and guest rooms
State-of-the-art audio-visual and teleconferencing technology
Extra venues for special events and themed parties
Food and drinks provision tailored to your needs
Twenty-four spacious, ultra-luxurious guest suites
Private parking for the hotel and restaurant guests.
Private Party Facilities:
Private events for 10 to 120 guests
Private Party Contact:
Sales Staff: (410) 745-2200
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Stars Ratings and Reviews
beautiful place. appetizers were good. my gf had the butternut squash ravioli special. very disappointing. she considered returning it. she did tell the waiter how upset she was with the food. i had the duck. i had trouble cutting it with a steak knife. also disappointing. for such a high end inn, the good was substandard.
Very impressed with Stars. To begin with, view of the harbor/boats/sunset was spectacular. Very elegant and serene setting, varied menu and first class preparation. I had the hanger steak, which was about the best steak I have ever had -- just superb. My husband had the duck, which was very good, but slightly chewy (the server had warned that if duck is cooked more than medium rare, they will slice it to avoid the chewiness. He had it done medium, so it was not unexpected). The appetizers were varied and all enticing, but I had the Crab Chowder which had a huge amount of lump crab in it, and my husband had local oysters on the half shell, which were delicious and nicely presented). All in all, it was a wonderful experience, and one to remember. But I wanted to especially mention our server, Kelsey, who could not have been more knowledgeable, but was also charming and unobtrusive. She knew exactly how much information to offer, her recommendations were spot on, she was well-informed on how dishes were prepared, efficient when something was requested, but never hovering, and had a wonderful personality. She was the perfect server, and we were so happy to have someone like that for our special occasion.
This was our third visit to Stars. After a beautiful drive from Annapolis, we were seated at a table with a view of the water. The lovely fresh flowers were a perfect compliment to the beautiful decor and the classic "old school" feel of the dining room. The service was friendly and attentive and our selections were delicious. The four of us left feeling as if we all had been guests in a private home. The ambiance of the Inn, plus the beautiful setting and gardens make for a perfect day. I would highly recommend a visit if you are in the area!
Can't beat the food and the view at Stars. We were there for lunch to celebrate a birthday. The wild salmon wrap and the crabcake were very good, although the roll for the crab cake could have been smaller as it somewhat overwhelmed the cake. Our server was attentive and very nice, great service. We think the ketchup for the fries was homemade, it was delicious!
We've been coming here for years are never disappointed with the service or cuisine. This is the first time the food fell short of expectations. The succotash which normally accompanies the crabcakes was sparse, and, for $45, we thought seemed parsimonous. Same with the sides that came with the $40 rockfish dinner, which virtually swam in a sea of white porcelain. Apart from this, all else was perfect as usual.
My husband and I visited this pass Saturday evening. We both ordered appetizers which were very good. My husband ordered the fish, which included one shrimp cut 3 ways, which was not very good(especially for 40 dollars). I had the chef special ravioli dish which was good, but not what I would expect from a restaurant rated a four star. We were at the Tides Inn for two dinners prior to visiting your restaurant. Their food was outstanding and not rated a four star.
We most likely would not return to your restaurant or recommend to a friends.
We started with crab chowder it tasted good how ever you think a $14 bowl of soup would have lumps of crab meat, not at Stars. There was very little crab at all in it. My wife ordered the crab mac & cheese, not good very heavy on mustard very little crab. I ordered the Rock Fish. Served a tail pcs. With skin and blood meat tasted strong from the blood meat. Meat was gray. For $40 you would think it would be a large pcs. Of white meat. It is hard to believe the chef did know you remove the red meat before cooking! Don't waste your money meal was very expensive and very poor quality.
Beautiful! We dined early (6pm) as we were making our way from the Baltimore airport to Delaware and decided to spend a little time in St. Michael's, per a recommendation. We chose Stars based on various site's reviews and were not at all disappointed. We sat right at the window looking out on the water and enjoyed an absolutely delicious meal. It is a beautiful property and a great restaurant.
My wife and I dined at Stars on "Jazz night". The Eric Felton trio was excellent - really made for a very special evening. Stars was packed but we never felt rushed. Our waiter greeted us warmly ( we dine at Stars often) and was appropriately attentive throughout our dinner yet never doting. Our meals were very tasty and prepared as requested.
Please bring back the jazz - we loved it!
We came to St Michael's to pick up an item at one of the stores and had made a 7PM reservation through Open Table. We got there a little earlier, had a drink at the wonderful bar and they said they could accommodate us if we wanted to be seated earlier. The view is superb, and the food is awesome. But, the service is impeccable! Felt like royalty. It as a wonderful experience and we can't wait to come back with friends.
We came into town exclusively to hear the Eric Felton trio. Pair that up with a great restaurant venue and an excuse to spend the weekend at the Inn at Perry Cabin and a fantastic meal all around! Make sure you ask for Wayne or Chance, they will not disappoint in helping delivering the perfect experience!
Beautiful view. Sat next to the window on a chilly, but bright day and had a panoramic view. Food was good. Service was neglectful. Took a long time before our waitress stopped by. And then a really long time to get our food. The waitress, when delivering our food, said the chef sent his apologies that it took so long, but he didn't like the way our lunch turned out, so he made us new meals. It was nice to know what was going on, but it would have been better if they had told us that while we were waiting or offered us a complimentary dessert.
The service was impeccable! Our server's name was Wayne. We had the choptank oysters which were fantastic. The crab wedge salad was also great. We had the rockfish and snapper. Both quite large portions and well prepared. They had a classical guitarist playing which was very nice.
Dining at the Inn at Perry Cabin is always a special treat and Valentine's week is no exception. The service is always impeccable, the ambiance with a view of the water is perfect and the food doesn't normally disappoint. The only disappoint this time around was the lack of Miss Gussie's Cheese rolls as a poor substitute was offered by the kitchen. If you're going to the Inn you'll find they eliminated the cheese rolls which were always a hit with ever dinner. With the recent change in chefs at The Inn, the kitchen should consider bringing back the rolls. I'm sure we are not the only dinner's that will voice their disappointment.
We drove to St. Michael's from Annapolis solely because we are tired of the dining choices for Valentine's. It was a nice day, the drive was easy (about 1 hour) and we purposely chose the earliest seating. The dining room was quite empty when we arrived (we like to eat early anyway) and were offered a table at the window which was lovely. The waiter was very attentive throughout our meal.
We had cocktails to begin--my husband had a Winterberry which was very good; my Cava with hibiscus was lovely.
We had steak tartar as a starter which was superb...interesting accompaniments to it made it a stand-out. We both had sea scallops as a main course and they, too, were delicious (a 4th scallop would have been greatly appreciated). The risotto was interesting and the Brussels sprouts very tender.
The one off-note was dessert. While I wasn't up for a big chocolate dessert, the special we chose was somewhat disappointing: a very light chocolate bombe with a macerated strawberry center. Too flat after the wonderful dinner..then, again, not overly filling.
There was a guitarist providing background music which was very nice...better than loud recorded or speaker-produced. I would have appreciated hearing familiar tunes..especially some of the romantic songs but it was also a welcome change from a piano (which they have for other occasions.)
We don't go to the Inn often as it's a bit of a strain on our budget so save it for special events. This worked very well for us on all counts and we will add it to our list for future events.
I suppose a rose to take home would have been an extra-nice touch but I wasn't disappointed (other restaurants have done that for Valentines)
Very disappointing. My husband and I had been looking forward to a beautiful view and a lovely lunch.The view was lovely. Our waitress was very nice. The meal was terrible. The chef should be fired for what he did to the crab. My crab cake was overcooked and soggy. The cream of crab had entirely too much butter....it was laying in pools on the top of the soup. Shame on this very expensive restaurant for such poor quality.
Stars has always been on our list to dine at when in Saint Michaels. The chef always has something amazing on the menu and the ambiance and views are the best in town. If you are looking for a nice relaxing lunch or dinner on the water, this is a must-book restaurant.
We had a very disappointing meal, despite high expectations. The service was painfully slow, which made the meal drag out unnecessarily. The food quality was not as high as I expected, and was warm but not hot. I certainly expected much better from a high quality hotel such as this
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