Only-In-Maryland Seafood Feasts
We Marylanders are modest folk, except when it comes to one thing. We have hands-down the best seafood in the world, and there’s no better time to celebrate that than during the Fall months. Check out these amazing seafood festivals that bring together great people, amazing music, big-time family fun, and did we mention the best seafood in the world?
1 OysterFest at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
October 27, 2018
A celebration of the Chesapeake’s oyster featuring live music on two stages, boat rides, retriever demonstrations, oysters and local fare, an oyster stew competition, cooking demos, and children’s activities.
2 Project Liberty Ship Bull & Oyster Roast
Proponents of Project Liberty Ship can enjoy eating oysters while helping support the preservation of Baltimore's World War II Liberty Ship, The John W. Brown. While the Bull and Oyster Roast is off-site, the food says "maritime" with oysters prepared at least four different ways along with other appealing menu items. Check back for more information....
3 Oyster Jam & Brew Fest at Phillips Wharf
Celebrate Oysters Phillips Wharf Style by exploring the bounty from at least eight aquaculture companies. Then savor the taste of fourteen different brews. Enjoy live music, oysters, a cool auction and great location. Plans are being made so check back for details.
4 Sprint for Spat - All the Glory, None of the Guts - Ocean City
Compete in a 100-meter race (0.10K) at Fager’s Island. The race course features a refueling station at the halfway point (0.05K) where runners rehydrate with a Pearl Necklace oyster shooter. Admission includes Sprint Entry Fee, All you can eat BBQ Chicken, Ribs & fixins, Local Oysters on the half shell, All you can drink Flying Dog Beers, live music, Silent Auction, Oyster Eating Competition!