Nestled on the quiet banks of the lower Susquehanna in view of the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay, the Tidewater Grille offers a spectacular setting ... More
Nestled on the quiet banks of the lower Susquehanna in view of the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay, the Tidewater Grille offers a spectacular setting in which to enjoy a relaxing meal, either on the outside decks, inside the 4-seasons porch, in the cozy dining room, or in the bar. Take a Virtual Tour! Extensive use of glass and the open design of the restaurant ensure views of the water regardless of where you sit. The expanded bar and lounge features a Cruvinet wine bar, a complete selection of liquors, and a great variety of bottled beers and beers on tap. The menu selections appeal to customers seeking a finer dining experience as well as to those who want to acoekick backac and enjoy a casual meal. Fresh seafood and local fare are menu mainstays. Live entertainment is presented Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings featuring jazz, classic rock, and 'Americana'.
This place is BETTER than McGregor's. I've seen a lot omplaints on here about the service. To be honest I usually get take-out, so that is not a problem for me.
The food is awesome. I love appetizers and they have a TON to choose from. I usually get the mussels in the white sause, clams casino, calimiari and cream of crab soup. I've never been dissapointed in any of the food there.
McGregor's is good too, but I think Tidewater is better. In my opinion, it's the best place in HdG and I've lived here for 6 years.
Food was ok. Service was terrible. Waitress took a long time to take drink order. Bread came right before our starters. Then the meal was placed on our table while eating our salads. Total waitress problem. Second and last time. Try MacGregor’s Restaurant.
The location is ideal, being right on the water, it is just a shame the food and service are not better, as there are definitely better places to eat in Havre de Grace. Upon arrival on a Friday night, there was no wait and we did not need our reservations. With that in mind, my crab cakes were not that bad, but my girlfriend's Tilapia was terrible. The service was spotty at best. I would highly recommend the Laurappin and McGregor's before eating here.
I loved how this restaurant is located right on the water in an adorable town, and despite the fact it was November, we were able to sit outside on the deck. It was a mild night and there were heaters placed outside. The staff was extremely friendly, and our waitress very attentive. The wine list was extensive, and the wine glasses were huge. I ordered the Chicken Francaise entree which was extremely good (even the bread was delicious), and the portion was so large I could only eat half. I will definitely go to this restaurant again!