Hidden Harbor

14755 Dowell Rd, Lusby
(410) 326-1100

Recent Reviews

Zoriah Ashbrook

Excellent! No wait time on a Sunday morning and all of the food was incredible, the service was so friendly and inviting. Seriously not a bad thing to say about this place. Absolutely recommend.

Karen Beasley

Great afternoon. All three of us ordered different things and were all very pleased. I had the Island fish sandwich. Great flavor, hot when served, very unique. Loved looking out to the marina. I’ll go back!

Nicole Campbell

Found this place this year on vacation, sad we’ve missed it in past years but WOW! Everyone in my family enjoyed their meal. The Chicken Roti stew was AMAZING and not something I would have expected to see on the menu. Also enjoyed the J*** Chicken, not to spicy but a nice kick with juicy chicken with a just perfectly crisped skin. Tiny little hole in the wall kind of place with a great laid back feel, small menu but done very well. Nice view of the water. We had a super friendly and pleasant waitress. Can’t wait to return next year.

Jeff Knight

Loretta is great! She took great care of us. The food is made fresh and tastes delicious!

Jennifer Butterfield

Friendly service, beautiful view. Excellent food.


Atmosphere felt a little uptight inside for our liking, but our dinner was phenomenal. We both ordered the fish of the day (MP was around $28/meal), and it was a nice size, cooked perfectly. The crab dip was okay if you like heavy cheese dishes, but I personally wouldn't order it again as it was lacking in seasoning and barely had any crab. The banana cream pie with chocolate crust was more like a heavy, dense, fudgey dessert, but still delicious!!

Johan Schijf

Outside dining, partly covered with a great view of the water. Friendly staff and great simple food that is really cheap. Just over $60 for food + drinks for 4 adults!

Taylor D

This place is perfect! They are in a quiet little spot on the water and the food is absolutely incredible. I ordered the Admirals club and I was not expecting to like it, but instead it has become one of my absolute favorite sandwiches I have ever had. I would have posted a picture but I just couldn’t wait to eat it.

Lou-Anne Breaux

Service was very good. Very friendly staff.

Michael J.

Home made breakfast just like if you were at home except you just pay for it and sit on the water and eat it ! Nice staff and good hearty eats! Went here after a night on in Solomon's while staying at the hotel.. This place has limited indoor seating but tons of seats outside overlooking marina. seasonal as well. closed dec- april.

mrs. irwin

I've had the harbor salad, island burger and the crab fries and all of them are amazing, sometimes I drop by just for some quick fries and leave satisfied. All the workers are very sweet and kind and even remember your name if you're a regular. 10/10 recommend and make sure you try the crab fries on your visit!

Alicia W.

We decided to come here after it was recommended by some friends. It's a small place with about 6 indoor tables. All tables sat two people with the exception of one. The table in the center appeared to seat 6-7. There are additional tables outside. We each had a Bloody Mary which were good. For starters we had the Crab Solomons (crab stuffed wontons). They were very good. It's not like crab Rangoon. They're stuffed with crab cake mix and served with cocktail sauce. I had the island fish sandwich which was sea bass, Mayo, Caribbean sauce, pineapple and lettuce on a brioche bun. It came with housemade chips and a pickle. You could upgrade to fries for an extra cost. The sandwich was probably one of the best sandwiches I've ever had. My husband ordered the half j*** chicken. He said it was good but not what he's accustomed to when ordering j*** chicken. J*** chicken is typically smoked and/or grilled. This was fried chicken tossed in a j*** sauce. The restaurant is accessible by vehicle or boat. Also, there are no bathrooms.

Andrew C.

My wife and I went there for the first time for lunch. The food was terrific, great service and an awesome view. We will be back. We are looking forward to trying the breakfast menu.

Molly S

I came here for breakfast and was not impressed. The owner was very hostile about me bringing my own personal water bottle to the restaurant. The food was average, but I couldn't shake how unwelcome she made everyone in my group feel with her exaggerated irritation and hostility over water. I can only imagine the experience someone with certain diet restrictions may have if they need to bring certain food/drinks with them to this establishment. I would not recommend this place.

Aaron Simpson

One of the most magical aspects of Hidden Harbor is the feeling that, even when every seat has been filled, that you have discovered something secretive and exclusive; or that you and anyone in the local area has a special place just for them. Realistically, Hidden Harbor is somewhere that has a far-reaching and spectacular reputation for providing delicious food with a distinct home-cooked feel.Understandably, the menu is limited. For a small building on the water, tucked away from the hustle and bustle, the pizzas, fries, sandwiches and other comfort foods seem appropriate and there is never the sensation that diners expect more.During warmer days, the outside seating offers a pleasant view of the river and the picnic tables makes it feel like you could be sitting on your own back porch. During colder days, the inside seating is simple and nautical ensuring a continued casual dining experience.One of the main criticisms of Hidden Harbor is the pricing. One can assume that it being a small, independent business removed from heavy foot traffic, that the pricing reflects demand and availability. If you’re sympathetic to local business and the necessity of higher pricing in a quieter area, it may not be of any concern. For me, there’s always a small sting in paying more for a can of coke than you should.Overall, Hidden Harbor is a must-see for anyone in the local area and is wonderfully paired with the neighborhood pool during the summer season for a post-swim snack.

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