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Starters

Fresh Local Oysters on the Half Shell
Premium oysters from the big waters of the Chesapeake Bay. No pesticides, antibiotics or hormones. With mignonette and cocktail sauces
14.00/half
27.00/doz.
Carlos' Baked Oysters on the Half Shell
With bacon and spinach hash and a light topping of cheese
18.00/ half doz.
Crab Balls & Hush Puppies
AKA a basket full of yum. Our version of this Southern Maryland classic is served with remoulade and tartar sauces
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Homemade Guacamole & Chips
Nothing out of a bag, nothing but fresh
10.95

 

Soups & Salads

Carlos’ Own Roasted Local Corn & Crab Cream Soup
The reviews are in: “The best crab soup I’ve ever had!” With corn and fresh crab. Served with housemade artisan bread
8.00/cup
12.00/bowl
Soup of the Day
Ask your server for details
6.00/cup
10.00/bowl
POV Salad
Fresh greens with dried cranberries, cucumber, onion and tomato, topped with parmesan cheese
12.00/full
9.00/side
Classic Caesar Salad
+ chicken or grilled veggies $7
+ steak or shrimp $10
13.00
Tuna Poke Bowl
Marinated raw ahi tuna with a soft-boiled, soy-marinated egg, avocado, red pepper and cucumber with mixed greens and rice, served with a sweet soy glaze
Vegetarian option with grilled tofu 20.00
28.00
Salad Trio
Combo of housemade corn and bean salad, tarragon chicken salad, and seasonal fresh fruit
16.95

 

Plates

Soy & Ginger Brûléed Salmon
Caramelized soy and ginger-glazed salmon, served with freshmade mashed potatoes and grilled seasonal vegetables
29.00
To-Die-For Center Cut Pork Chop
A two inch-thick chop sautéed with a fresh blackberry sauce. Served with homemade mashed potatoes and a seasonal vegetable medley. The Chef prepares medium (slightly pink center)
35.00
Sumptuous Grilled Steak & Shrimp
Because sometimes you just gotta. Tenderloin with herb butter, topped with two jumbo shrimp in a rich buerre blanc. Served with fresh cut french fries
48.00
Classic Maryland Crab Cakes
Pan-seared crabmeat with fresh roasted corn and pesto butter sauce, served with mashed potatoes and a seasonal vegetable medley
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Tuscan Chicken Fettucini
Pan-seared chicken breast over freshmade fettuccine with tomatoes, spinach, artichoke hearts, garlic and shallots, served with a lemon parmesan sauce and fresh herbs
32.00
Here's-Not-Looking-at-You, Kid Grilled Branzino
A tender and tasty white fish, served grilled (and headless!) with an olive tapenade and lemon butter. Accompanied by freshmade mashed potatoes and sauteed seasonal vegetables
36.00
Lamb Italiano
Slightly tenderized lamp chops, pan-seared with a balsamic garlic glaze, served with freshmade mashed potatoes and sauteed seasonal vegetables
36.00
Fresh-Made Shrimp Tacos
Sauteed shrimp with guacamole, pico de gallo, Mexican slaw and lime cilantro aioli.
Vegetarian option with grilled vegetables 14.00
22.00
Mushroom Risotto
Creamy risotto with a medley of cheeses and sauteed mushrooms (cremini, button and shitake) with garlic and shallots
24.00

Vegetarian

Grilled Tofu Poke Bowl20.00
Mushroom Risotto 24.00
Grilled Vegetable Tacos14.00
Creamy Basil Fettuccine25.00

Sides

Housemade Artisan Bread Basket, Whole Loaf with Butter
7.00
Fresh Cut French Fries 5.00
Sautéed Seasonal Vegetable Medley6.00
POV Side Salad
Fresh greens with dried cranberries, cucumber, onion and tomato, topped with parmesan cheese
9.00

Desserts

Mixed Berries with Fresh Whipped Cream
10.50
Fresh Mixed Berry Cobbler made with Seasonal Fruit Selection
+ vanilla ice cream $3
12.00
Classic Créme Brûlée
9.50
Cheesecake with Fresh Whipped Cream
8.50
Decadent Chocolate Cake with Fresh Whipped Cream
8.50

Light Fare

Friday – Sunday   Noon – 4:00

Coconut Shrimp
Chef Carlos’ famous beer-battered shrimp, livin’ on the edge with a bit of sweet chili sauce on the side
17.00
Caribbean Shrimp Cocktail
With roasted pineapple cocktail sauce
17.00
Fresh Local Oysters on the Half-Shell
Premium oysters from the big waters of the Chesapeake Bay. No pesticides, antibiotics or hormones. With mignonette and cocktail sauces
14.00/half
27.00/doz.
Carlos' Baked Oysters on the Half-Shell
With bacon and spinach hash and a light topping of cheese
16.00/half
Crab Balls & Hush Puppies
AKA a basket full of yum. Our version of this Southern Maryland classic is served with remoulade and tartar sauces
MARKET
Homemade Guacamole & Chips
Nothing out of a bag, nothing but fresh
10.95
Rockfish and Bay Scallops Ceviche
Served with fresh tostones
16.00
POV Salad
Spring greens with fresh watermelon, dried cranberries, cucumber, onion and tomato, topped with parmesan cheese
12.00/full
9.00/side
Classic Caesar Salad
+ chicken or grilled veggies $7 steak or shrimp $10
13.00
Pulled Pork Quesadilla
Housemade pulled pork with fresh mango and Pepper Jack cheese on a flour tortilla. Served with a side of fries
18.00
Pier450 Angus Beef Burger
A chin-dripping half pound of Trossbach’s grass-fed beef. Served on a fresh housemade brioche roll with choice of cheddar, provolone or blue cheese and caramelized onions. With fresh cut french fries
+ cheese $2 bacon $1.50 carmelized onions $.50
18.00
Classic Maryland Crab Cake Sandwich
Light on filler, big on freshness. On a housemade brioche roll, with fresh cut french fries
+ cheese $2 bacon $1.50 carmelized onions $.50
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Cocktails

Garden Gimlet
Gin and lime juice with rosemary syrup — the herbs cut fresh from our gardens!
11
Orange Eclipse
Dreaming of Spring. Rum and orange juice with sweet vermouth and a dash of Angostura bitters
13
Bette Davis Eyes
Deep blue and mesmerizing. Muddled blueberries, lime and backyard lavender with vodka and ginger beer
13
Peach450
Inspired by the traditional French 75, naturally, with our own interpretation. Gin, lemon juice and bubbly with a bit of peach puree and a sprig of fresh tarragon
14
Hot Honey Margarita
Just what it suggests — a margarita with a splash of fresh, warmed honey. To warm you through and through
12
Chai Away Home
A spicy, wintry version of a classic mule. Spiced rum, chai syrup and ginger beer with lime
12
Grapefruit Cosmo
The classic with a subtropical twist — that is, made with grapefruit vodka
12
Cold Brew Old Fashioned
Basil Hayden Bourbon with black walnut and cherry bitters, blended with cold brewed coffee
14
Bourbon and Sage
Bourbon and sweet vermouth with sage honeyand a splash of OJ
13

Mocktails

Guava Crush
Guava, fresh mint and club soda
8
Rosemary Sparkle
Pomegranate juice with freshmade rosemary syrup, lime and club soda
8
Cucumber Gimlet
Club soda with cucumber and lime
8

Bourbon & Scotch

BOURBON
Old Forester 1910 Kentucky Straight Bourbon12
Michter's Small Batch Unblended American Whiskey13
Widow Jane 10 Year14.50
Basil Hayden Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey14
Basil Hayden Dark Rye14
Bulleit 95 Rye10
Woodford Reserve13

 

SCOTCH
Johnnie Walker Black Label10
Johnnie Walker Red Label10
MaCallan 12 to McCallan Classic Cut15
Glenfiddich Single Malt 15 year16
Glenfiddich Single Malt 12 year15
Talisker Single Malt 10 year13

Beer

ON TAP
Rotating Tap (ASK YOUR SERVER FOR DETAILS)

STANDARD BEARERS
Michelob Ultra5
Bud Light4
Budweiser4
Coors Light 4
Miller Light 4
Heineken 5
Blue Moon 5
Landshark Lager5
Yuengling Traditional Lager4
NON-ALCOHOLIC
Heineken5

Wine

Wine by the Glass

BUBBLY
Bellafina Prosecco, Italy 9
Francois Montand Sparkling Wine, France (Blanc de Blanc or Rosé)11

ROSÉ
Mont Gravet, France9

WHITES
Sean Minor Chardonnay, California12
Stella Moscato, Italy9
João Portugal Ramos Loureiro Vinho Verde, Portugal9
Nautilus Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand13
Clean State Riesling, Germany
8
La Fiera Pinot Grigio, Italy8
MacRostie Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast 15
REDS
Le Charmel Pinot Noir, France9
Argyle Pinot Noir, Oregon
14
Seven Hills Walla Walla Merlot, Washington State16
Santa Julia Malbec, Argentina10
Slingshot Cabernet Sauvignon, California12
Dante Cabernet Sauvignon, California9
Chateau de Fountenille Rouge Bordeaux, France10
St. Cosme Côtes du Rhône Syrah, France 12
PORT
Graham’s 10 Year Old Tawny Port15
Quinta de la Rosa Ruby Port11

Bottles

BUBBLY
Bellafina Prosecco, Italy
Aromatic and crisp on the palate with aromas and flavors of yellow apple, white peach, pear and notes of white flowers. Excellent with light courses, fish and shellfish.
31
Francois Montand Blanc de Blanc Sparkling Wine, France
Blanc de Blanc – Wine Spectator claims it is as good as many more expensive champagnes, labeling it a top pick with flavors
of pear, quince and ginger with a hint of walnut.

Brut Rosé – Elegant peach, white cherry and raspberry notes. Medium finish.
35
Mas Fi Cava, Spain
A Wine Enthusiast best buy — “clean, stylish and easy to like with apple and green herb aromas.”
30
Zardetto Prosecco, Italy
Critic James Suckling rates this sparkly a 90. The wine has “plenty of fruit and intensity with sliced lemon and apple character."
33
Laurent Perrier La Cuvee Brut, France
Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, the Wine Spectator and the Wine Enthusiast each rate this true French Champagne a 90; James Suckling gives it a 93. This is a dry, fresh and balanced aperitif Champagne.
60
Besserat de Bellefon Bleu Brut, France
Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate and the Wine Spectator each give this classic French Champagne a 91 rating. “A full-bodied, charming, intense and elegant cuvée assembling pinot meunier with chardonnay and pinot noir.”
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WHITES
Clean State Riesling, 2018, Germany
The acidity balances the sweet in this wine with peach aromas, lime notes, lively acidity and a hint of mineral and spice. The clean, balanced wine pairs beautifully with spicy foods, fish, poultry and pork.
30
La Fiera Pinot Grigio, Italy
Floral and fruity with ripe peach and apple flavors. Soft and well balanced, La Fiera has a dry palate and a crisp straw color. Pairs well with shellfish and any of our vegetarian selections.
29
Stella Moscato, Italy
For those who like a sweeter-style wine, this is it. Stella still retains a good crisp acidity to keep the sugar in check and ends with a crisp and even slightly dry finish. Good with chicken kabobs, salads or for sipping alone.
31
João Portugal Ramos Loureiro Vinho Verde, Portugal
Fresh and elegant aroma with citrus and floral notes combined with a pronounced minerality and long intense finish.
34
Nautilus Sauvignon Blanc, 2019, New Zealand
Wine Spectator gives this one a 90 rating. “Shows intensity to the passion fruit and dried mango flavors, with accents of Meyer lemon and Key lime pie. Vivid and generous through the finish.” From the acclaimed Malborough, NZ region.
39
Sager & Verdier Sancerre, France
True to its terroir, the wine has a very expressive nose with typical aromas of lemon/lime, elderflower, verbena and fruit with a distinctive minerality — all backed by crisp acidity. Perfect with all kinds of seafood, including oysters and grilled fish, plus poultry and spicy dishes.
52
Licia Albarino, 2020, Spain
Some of the oldest living vines in the world are Albarino. Strong varietal characteristics with hints of grapefruit, candied fruit and quince jelly with notes of fresh herbs, green apples and minerals. Full bodied and well balanced with a long and persistent finish.
44
Sean Minor Chardonnay, 2018, California
A nicely acidic wine with tropical fruit flavors and apple softened by ripe pear. Shows buttery notes on the finish.
36
Prosper Maufoux Macon-Villages, France
This soft and delicate Chardonnay was created by Nadine Gublin, the first woman French "Winemaker of the Year." Fruity scents of green apple, pear, lemon, honeydew melon and peach open up to a salty minerality with notes of almonds and toasted bread.
48
MacRostie Chardonnay, 2018, Sonoma Coast
This wine has lively citrus-lime layers, as well as French oak-inspired hints of toast and fresh-churned butter. Wine critic James Suckling rates the wine a 92, while Wilfred Wong gives the wine a 90.
45
Stewart Cellars Chardonnay, 2018, California
The Wine Enthusiast gives this chardonnay a 90 point rating, citing its "robust tannin foundation...generous in oak and sturdy in structure." Caramel, citrus, stone fruit and dried herb flavors combine for a rich, lush finish.
60
Domaine Louis Moreau Chablis, Burgundy, France
An approachable unoaked Chardonnay from the northern Burgundian region of Chablis. Aromas of green apple and grapefruit. Pairs well with fresh seafood.
60
Walter Hansel North Slope Russian River Chardonnay, 2017, California
This winery grows all its grapes on property and emphasizes low yield and quality control. They create classic Burgundian-styled chardonnays. The 2017 is a medium-bodied silky, creamy wine.
72

ROSÉ
Mont Grave, France
International Wine Review writes, “ [t]his rosé of 100% cinsault is fresh and vibrant with aromas and flavors of red berries and red currants. It’s a fruity wine that’s fun to drink and an incredible value.” Great as an aperitif or with food.
31
REDS
Le Charmel Pinot Noir, France
This French pinot is a Wine Enthusiast best buy: “Red cherry, currant, rhubarb and pomegranate waft from the glass of this elegant and bright pinot noir. Hints of sweet spice and foliage…” on the finish.
30
Argyle Pinot Noir, Oregon
From the Willamette Valley of Oregon, Wine Spectator gives this wine an 89, calling it, "[p]recise and sleek, with delicate cherry and cranberry flavors, highlighted by savory spice hints.”
45
Faila Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, California
Critically acclaimed and rated 93 by Wilfred Wong of Wine.com. He calls this pinot “outstanding” and “persistent and beautifully balanced.” With aromas and flavors of red berries and savory spices, it would pair well with lightly seasoned grilled lamb chops or fish.
62
Adelsheim Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon
A beautiful wine with aromas and flavors of ripe strawberries, cream and lemons. Medium bodied with full tannis and a soft-textured finish. (Limited quantities available)
72
Santa Julia Reserva Malbec, Argentina
Handcrafted from estate grown, handpicked fruit, the Reserve Malbec is sourced from high elevation vineyards in the Uco Valley in Argentina. With plenty of ripe fruit flavors, it retains acidity, keeping it balanced and making it an ideal match for red meat dishes. Highly rated and a great value for the money.
33
Catena Alta Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina
Frankly, this wine is the epitome of what a Malbec should be. From the family that revolutionized Argentine wines, it shows deep violet color with ripe red and black berry fruits and notes of lavender, leather and spice. Full and rich with soft and sweet tannins. Pairs well with duck and steak.
98
El Enemigo La Esperanza Single Vineyard Bonarda, Argentina
Produced from grapes sourced from a single vineyard, La Esperanza is part of winemaker Alejandro Vigil's quest to revive the Bonarda grape in the eastern Mendoza wine region. Juicy and generous with ripe black fruit, cassis, racy acidity and structured tannins. Pairs well with lamb, short ribs and beef.
42
St. Cosme Côtes du Rhône Syrah, France
Château de Saint Cosme is the leading estate of Gigondas and produces the benchmark wines of the appellation. This Saint Cosme is a less expensive version of their estate-grown wine. It’s a 100% syrah with lots of depth and complements a wide range of foods.
40
A. A. Badenhurst “Secateurs” Red Rhône Blend, South Africa
Perfumed, peppery, spicy, smoky aromas with ripe red fruit notes. A cabernet, grenache, merlot and syrah blend. British wine critic Tim Atkin gave this rich and intense wine a 91 rating.
35
Seven Hills Walla Walla Merlot, Washington State
Wine Enthusiast rates this a 92. A dark ruby colored merlot with a mild mineral-infused cherry taste with notes of black coffee and hints of oak. The finish is dry and its moderate tannins are nicely prolonged. Pair with a filet mignon or veal chop.
45
Textbook Merlot, California
Intense aromas of ripe plum, mocha and allspice with a balanced finish and almost sweet tannins.
40
Ancient Peaks Zinfandel, California
Ancient Peaks has become known for producing one of Paso Robles’ most acclaimed zinfandels. In one of the region’s coolest growing environments, the zinfandel grape achieves a rare balance of robust flavors and elegant structure.
36
Turley Juvenile Zinfandel, California
Turley Wine Cellars is known for making blockbuster — and pricey — zinfandels. We’re happy to offer this less expensive but still excellent wine. Termed “juvenile” because the wine is made of grapes from younger vines that have been replanted in several of their old vine sites. Consistently earns 90+ ratings.
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Castello di Volpaia, Chianti Classico, Tuscany, Italy
65% Grenache, 25% Syrah and 10% Mourvedre. James Suckling rates the wine a terrific 94, calling it a wine with plenty of ripe fruit, such as berries and cherries with some fresh-herb and lemon undertones. Medium-to full-bodied with bright fruit and fine tannins. Vinous calls the wine “…an immensely rewarding, inviting wine. Juicy and racy, with no hard edges," noting hints of cedar and blood orange. Wine Enthusiast calls out “aromas of blue flower, spiced plum, new leather and sunbaked earth..." From organically grown grapes.
49
Marqués de Cáceres Rioja Reserva,Rioja, Spain
This complex and well balanced Tempranillo blend offers spicy, earthy aromas with blackberry and red fruits. Dark ruby red with silky, well defined tannins.
48
Matthews Claret, Columbia Valley, WA
Wine Enthusiast calls it "flat-out delicious and an outrageous value." The vintner describes its nose as dark berries, bramble and cola that give way to a background of sandalwood and vanilla bean. Polished tannins and well-balanced acidity. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc blend.
52
Dante Cabernet Sauvignon, California
California Vintner Michael Pozzen consistently creates good wines at great value. The wine is bright and fruity with layers of freshly roasted coffee, clove, nutmeg and cinnamon, and a bright, juicy acid just ready for food. Don’t be afraid to drink it with a burger!
32
Slingshot Cabernet Sauvignon, California
A delicious cabernet. “Finding this kind of value in Napa Valley California cabernet sauvignon is the holy grail,” said one reviewer. Winemaker Blair Guthrie is joined by renowned consulting winemaker Paul Hobbs. Fruit forward and drinkable.
38
Ancient Peaks Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon, California
From a small California winery. Critic Wilfred Wong gives this cabernet a 90 rating, saying the wine has “plenty of fruit and persistence on the palate.” With ripe fruit flavors, pairs well with grilled meats — even cheeseburgers.
39
Textbook Cabernet Sauvignon, California
In recent years, this winery’s cabernet sauvignons have consistently garnered ratings of 90+. With taste of blackberry and currant, the wine is bold, dry and well balanced. Can be paired with poultry or meats.
60
Smith and Hook Cabernet Sauvignon, California
A Wine Enthusiast Editor's Choice with a 92 rating. Approachable aromas of berries and purple flowers with a hint of thyme. Polished and smooth but complex in flavors with savory smoked spice, roasted fruit and fennel-pollen elements.
49
RouteStock Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California
81% Cabernet Sauvignon and 19% Merlot, this highly aromatic wine is aged up to 20 months in neutral French oak. With notes of dark fruits and hints of leather, tobacco and violets
54
Chateau de Fountenille Rouge Bordeaux, France
The vines of Château de Fontenille have grown in their sunny, gravelly terroirs since the 13th century. Composed of mostly merlot, this wine is the perfect value to share with friends. Well structured and full bodied with the character of a classic red Bordeaux.
35
Blackbird Vineyard Arise Bordeaux Blend, California
A proprietary blend of 55% merlot, 25% cabernet franc, 17% cabernet sauvignon and 3% petit verdot. Has luscious flavors that can only come from exceptional fruit. The Wine Advocate and the Wine Enthusiast each gave the wine a stellar 92 rating.
58
De Toren Fusion V, South Africa
Spectacular and highly sought after Bordeaux blend. One of the best South African wines on the market, it is available in limited quantities only. A "stylish departure for sophisticated tastes" with complex flavours of liquorice, black cherry, cedar and dark berries.
105
Brown Estate – Chaos Theory Red Blend, California
We weren’t sure how to classify this fantastic “chaos” blend of grapes from Brown Estate. A 50% merlot, 25% petite sirah, 25% zinfandel blend that red wine fans should love. A limited production, this dark, deep, wine is perfect to pair with boldly seasoned grilled meats.
62
Jeff Runquist Barbera Amador, California
The Runquist Winery was California Winery of the Year for the second year in a row at the 2019 State Fair from a field of 2,811 entrants. Jeff Runquist is a small producer of single vineyard designated red wines. With flavors of fresh fruits and oak, this barbera is an easy drinking red wine that pairs well with Mediterranean cuisine.
49
Shafer Vineyards TD-9 Red Blend, Napa Valley
A Bordeaux-type blend of 56% Merlot, 23% Cabernet Sauvignon and 21% Malbec. James Suckling rates it 93 while Robert Parker's Wine Advocate gives it a 91. Critics agree this is a succulent dark red wine, medium-to-full bodied with ripe plummy flavors and rounded tannins with a bit of herb/savory finish.
110
Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino, Toscana, Italy
This Tuscan-style Sangiovese features bright fruit flavors with eucalyptus, star anise and crushed mint. With light dusty tannins. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate give this wine a 93 rating.
98
Famille Perrin Chateaunuef-du-Pape Les Sinards Rouge, Rhone Valley, France
Beautiful deep color with garnet undertones. Notes of very ripe fruit with hints of cassis and some mineral notes, the Sinards is elegant, delicate, silky and pure. Wine Spectator rated this wine a 92.
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Arrival & Departure

Check in is at 3:00 p.m. and check out at 11:00 a.m. We guarantee your room will be ready by 3:00 on the day of your arrival. If you arrive early, you’re free to enjoy the property, including the restaurant (you'll find the restaurant/bar hours here), pier, beach and firepits. We will try to accommodate early check ins/late check outs within an hour of our stated times where possible — ask your guest services manager prior to your arrival/departure.

 

Reservations & Payments

We are a contactless motel — that is, there isn’t an onsite innkeeper to greet you or take payment information. To alleviate the need to repeatedly contact you for credit card information prior to your stay, 100% of your payment will be charged at the time you make your reservation. A confirmation letter will be sent when we receive payment. For other payment arrangements, please email or call us.

Advance reservations are required. There is no one onsite to accommodate walk-ins.

 

Cancellations

We are a very small motel and cancellations affect us significantly. As such, we need to adhere to a strict cancellation policy. Payments for single rooms are refundable if cancelled more than 10 days prior to your stay, minus a $25 processing fee. If your reservation is cancelled within 10 days of your arrival date, 50% of your fee will be forfeited.

 

Payments for groups booking more than three rooms are refundable if cancelled more than 30 days prior to your arrival date, minus a $50 processing fee. If your multi-room reservation is cancelled within 30 days of your arrival date, 50% of your fee will be forfeited.

 

Innkeeping Services

We don’t have a lobby with a front desk or an onsite concierge. That said, we do have lots of people whose jobs are to make sure you have fun and that your stay is as comfortable as possible. Your confirmation letter and subsequent communications will provide you with details for how to contact our guest services manager if you have questions or need assistance. We can also direct you to information about local attractions and resources.

 

In-Room Food Preparation

A mini refrigerator with freezer and Keurig coffee maker are provided in each room. Other cooking appliances are not permitted. Several Keurig pods are provided each day of your stay.

 

Personal Belongings

To ensure everyone’s enjoyment of our small property and lovely views, we ask that you not leave personal belongings in front of the motel while you are in your room or away from the property, including, but not limited to, chairs, clothing, towels, beverage containers, etc. Trash cans are provided in your room and are placed throughout the property for your use.

 

Pets

We allow pets at The Quarters — with a few conditions:

  1. When at all possible, please take them with you when you’re out and about so they don’t disturb other guests pining for your return.
  2. We charge a $25 cleaning fee, payable when you make your reservation.
  3. Dogs must be kept on a leash when outside on the property.
  4. You must pick up after your pet.

BAR ONLY

Happy Hour

3-5 pm, 9-11 pm

Tuesday - Sunday

 

SELECT HOUSE WINES $6

SELECT DRAFT BEERS $5

SUN10am-8pm
Brunch available until 3:45pm
OPEN 'til 9pm
MONCLOSEDCLOSED
TUES4-8pm:
Light Fare + Comfort Food
OPEN 'til 9pm
WED4-9pmOPEN 'til 10pm
THURS4-9pmOPEN 'til 10pm
FRI3-9pmOPEN 'til 10pm
SAT11am-9pmOPEN 'til 11pm

SUN10am-8pm
Brunch available until 3:45pm
OPEN 'til 9pm
MONCLOSEDCLOSED
TUES4-8pm:
Light Fare + Comfort Food
OPEN 'til 9pm
WED4-9pmOPEN 'til 10pm
THURS4-9pmOPEN 'til 10pm
FRI3-9pmOPEN 'til 10pm
SAT11am-9pmOPEN 'til 11pm