Solomon's Island

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Tidewater living is about some fresh oysters for dinner and an icy beer, about summer hospitality and quiet pride in community. It’s about a legacy of fishing, shellfishing, and explorations. And Solomons, tucked along where the Patuxent River meets Chesapeake Bay, breathes these qualities among its tidy, whitewashed homes and businesses.

A favorite getaway spot for the Baltimore-Washington area, this tiny settlement of 2,400 boasts marinas, seafood joints (including a heralded spot, Stoney’s Seafood House), a well-worn boardwalk for strolling, and the gorgeous Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center, which shows world-class work on loan from the National Gallery of Art or the Smithsonian. It’s like finding a pearl. And still getting to eat the oyster. Every day.

Content adapted from Coastal Living Magazine.