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Oxford MD Waterfront combsberry inn

Combsberry Inn, nestled just outside of the town of Oxford, Maryland, is located just down the road from the Zagat Rated Restaurant, Popes Tavern. We highly recommend Popes Tavern as a dining experience to all of our Combsberry friends and family. We were thrilled to see that Popes Tavern was just featured in Whats Up Eastern Shore Magazine in an article written by Gail Greco, host of Country Inn Cooking formerly on PBS TV.

The owners of Popes Tavern, Lisa and Dan MacDougals, always ensure that diners are indulged with the finest of meals. The MacDouglas live on site and Lisa is a Cordon Blue chef, trained here in the United States. She is usually behind the stove, but often makes trips to the front of the house to meet and ensure the happiness of her patrons.

The menu changes as often as eight times a year, to ensure that their guests are always getting the freshest ingredients that the Eastern Shore of Maryland has to offer. Locally caught seafood is frequently on the menu, ranging from Chesapeake Rockfish, Maryland Blue Crab stuffed into Zucchini Blossoms, or simply Oysters on the Half Shell. Chef Lisa also offers lighter fare in the pub, to include pub pies, burgers, soups and salads. Popes Tavern features an extensive wine list as well, the cheerful friendly staff on hand is always available to help you with your selection.

Located just a hop, skip and a jump from St Michaels, Maryland – the charming waterfront town of Oxford has just as fine dining in establishments such as Popes Taverns. Remember, Combsberry Inn is offering a once in a lifetime rate of $99 for the month of January. We would love to have you as our guest and would be more than happy to place a reservation for you at one of our favorite establishments, Popes Tavern.

During our off-season from November to March, the Cottage and Carriage House will be available for rent with a 20% off discount to accommodate for a temporary absence of breakfast.


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