Adam's Taphouse and Grille ~ Prince Frederick, MD
Adam's Taphouse and Grille ~ Prince Frederick, MD

Adam’s Taphouse and Grille ~ Prince Frederick, MD

I discovered Adam’s Taphouse and Grille in Prince Frederick during my adventures at Flag Harbor. This restaurant serves amazing food and has a friendly and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant, built in the Log Cabin Style, is rustic yet refined.

Their delicious menu featuring steak, pork ribs, chicken wings, burgers, and more. My personal favorite is the Bourbon Bacon Burger, it’s to die for. Another favorite of mine is the Crab and Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms. All in all, they serve very good food at a reasonable price.

They also have the usual assortment of fountain drinks, milkshakes, and juices. In addition, they have a fully stocked bar serving beer, wine, and mixed drinks.

While you are waiting for their chef to cook your meal they offer free Wi-Fi. I used it to looks at weather maps and sailing charts because the restaurant is on my way to Flag Harbor.

  • Adam's Taphouse and Grille Prince Frederick
  • Adam’s Classic Burger
  • Crab and Cheese Stuffed Portobello
  • Adam’s Grilled Chicken Breast Salad
  • NY Strip Steak
  • Adam’s Fillet and Bacon on Ciabatta

The History Of Adam’s Taphouse and Grille

The Bagdasian family opened  Adam’s – the Place for Ribs in 1981. The original location in Edgewater, Maryland, has been owned and operated by the family as a neighborhood restaurant since 1965. Since then, Adam’s has opened five more locations in Severna ParkAnnapolis/Eastport, Prince Frederick, Kent Island, and Fruitland/Salisbury.

Ships Cook Delicious Diana

Hi, my name is Diana. I am the Ships Cook and Editor for the Food section of Postcards from the Edge. I write the recipes, cook and bake some of the recipes of my favorite foods. You will find desserts and all kinds of different dishes featured on this page. I also write reviews of restaurants in the many places I have traveled. I am a well-rounded cook, having spent time in the Wind River Mountains as a horseback guide, Nothing like cooking food over a fire to make a memorable meal for a guest. I love to entertain small groups of people and treat them to some of my favorite dishes.

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