It’s nothing too fancy but the food is good and the service is prompt and friendly. The crab cakes are definitely the highlight. The prices are very reasonable.
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Oh where to start?!? Food is great--crab cakes, chicken Chesapeake are two of my faves! My bf loves the fires with gravy. It's home cooked goodness no matter what you get & there are always homemade desserts available! There are lots of regulars who are...More
This is more of a bar restaurant than just a restaurant kind of a local place but we wanted a place that served liquor. We ate at the bar and have to say the Maryland style crab cake sandwich was the best I've ever had...More
I happen to be passing by this rural town in Maryland when I stumbled across the Triangle. It's everything you would expect from a small town restaurant. I had the NY strip and my wife had the crab cakes. The steak came out sizzling and...More
Triangle is not fancy but food is tasty and prices are reasonable. Great fresh cut fries. Wings on Wednesday night for a good price.
Well, had a pleasant surprise this month on our annual bicycle safari. Swung over to the Triangle for dinner and noticed the place had a complete face-lift. I mean the outside was totally done over. Looks great and was comforted to know that the food...More
Yes, the joint has many aspects of a typical yankee 1950's bar. But the service was good and with a lovely smile. Wide selection of wings, including necked, which are often hard to find. It was surprisingly non smoking, another plus. C like Ean restrooms,...More
We stopped for lunch after a bike ride on the C&O Canal Trail, and I was stunned to find that what looked from the outside like a place with standard bar fare had handcut fries, hand-sliced turkey breast on my club sandwich, and a hand-formed...More
My husband Snook and I spent a couple hours here on a Saturday night in Hancock. The bartender and cook were very friendly as were the other patrons who were town locals. There is a dining room but we chose to eat at the bar...More