Sunday: POV Restaurant / Brunch 10-2
Le Bar & Beach / 10-7
Tues: Le Bar / 4-8 (Taco Tues. & Light Fare)
Wed: POV Restaurant, Le Bar & Beach / 4-9
Thurs: POV Restaurant, Le Bar & Beach / 4-9
Fri: POV Restaurant, Le Bar & Beach / 3-9
Saturday: POV Restaurant / 11-2:30 lunch, 4-9 dinner / Le Bar & Beach / 11-9
SPECIAL SERVICE CHANGES
Effective May 7, 2021
So that we may provide the best possible food quality and service, beginning Friday May 7, full menu dining will be offered only to those in the dining room and indoor bar and on the outdoor deck and sidewalk cafe tables. Guests in the Adirondack chairs, fire pit areas and chaises can enjoy our light fare beachside menu. And, of course, full bar.
Make reservations for seated table service (beach is first come, first served).
A 1940s fish camp is reborn at Pier 450
By Susan Moynihan
Everyone who grew up in St. Mary’s County knows about Scheible’s fish camp. Built in 1946, this family-run fish camp and restaurant was a favorite for charter captains around the Bay for 50-plus years. So when Oklahoma-born, D.C. transplant Peggy Binzel decided to turn it into something else, she knew she needed to tread carefully, respecting the past while birthing a new concept. The result is Pier450, a mid-century style motel and restaurant with a cheeky feel that nods to its roots while offering something completely different.
One of St. Mary’s County’s most beautiful waterfront properties has been transformed from a former beloved fish camp to a boutique micro resort.
See the before and after, watch the continual progress, join in the fun.