Food Takeaway Trends in Ocean City, Maryland

  1. Oat milk

The trend for oat milk is here to stay. Cashew milk, almond milk, and soy milk are becoming more widely available as dairy-free alternatives in coffee shops. Make sure to order the honey cinnamon latte with oat milk, which will undoubtedly make you feel warm and fuzzy.

  1. Maryland wine

In the local wine world, Maryland is swiftly building a reputation for itself. There are over 75 wineries in the state, many of which are within driving distance of Washington, DC. The St. Michaels winery in St. Michaels and Elk Run Vineyard in Mt. Airy are two popular destinations.

  1. Burritos

Burritos are wrapped in a handcrafted flour tortilla and filled with a variety of tasty ingredients like shrimp with Chihuahua cheese and pico de gallo, pork braised with bitter citrus, and lamb braised in coffee and Mexican spices. Although they are the size of a football, you may eat half right now and reserve the rest for later. These burritos are here to stay, even after the pandemic. They’re the proverbial with a silver lining.

  1. Crab dish

Pre-orders for the flaky, creamy, crab dip-stuffed hand pies have sold out in Maryland as little as 15 minutes, according to internet pre-orders.

  1. Doughnuts

Vegan doughnuts are accessible in Maryland restaurants, and they are among the most delectable morning delicacies in the city. You’re in for a big treat at Cloudy Donuts if glazed toppings like coffee espresso, raspberry lime, and blueberry sound tempting (and they should, because they are!).

  1. Meat dish

You’ve certainly heard of the crab cake egg rolls, which are as good as they seem on Instagram but don’t overlook the lamb chops with honey jerk sauce, which are the ideal balance of sweetness and spice.

  1. Enchanted cakes & sweets 

Maryland is known for its beautiful baked goods, but the rich, thick milkshakes topped with quirky garnishes like Goetze’s Caramel Creams, pretzels, small peanut butter cups, and caramel popcorn are another reason to visit. S’mores, Fruity Pebbles, Cotton Candy, Salted Caramel, and Chocolate Peanut Butter are among the flavors available.

  1. Sandwiches

Sandwiches include a luscious tuna salad with Calabrian tapenade, an oh-so-French Jambon Beurre (ham and butter), and an Italian sammie with finocchiona salami, mortadella, tapenade, and colatura, as well as a new item: a choice of sandwiches on house-made focaccia. Take them to go for lunch or dinner, pack some for a picnic with friends, or enjoy one in the vehicle on the way home; they’re that good.

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