Built in 1731, the church and manor house, formerly situated on over 700 acres, was an example of a self-contained Jesuit Community.
The agricultural cooperative consists of 15 members' vineyards from a small 1/2 acre to several acres to produce the best wine from the best Southern Maryland growers.
17th-century cannon and early Maryland artifacts. County jail 1850s-1940s.
A 255-year old Colonial house overlooking Breton Bay is an extensive genealogical and historical research center.
Featuring creative Southern coastal cuisine and set within the Sterling House. The front porch offers casual dining in a cozy atmosphere.
Dining on the beautiful Breton Bay.
Chinese and American food
Sushi and Asian cuisine.
Specializes in fresh seafood, beer and wine with reasonable prices and happy customers.
Perfect place to relax after your round of golf or to meet up with friends after a day’s work
Homemade soups, crab cakes, oysters, stuffed ham, steamed crabs; carryout.