Historic Downtown Cambridge, Maryland, an authentic Chesapeake town on the Eastern Shore, is known for its rich history, beautiful buildings, vibrant arts scene, and one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, and services.


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Chef Patrick Fanning and Cambridge Eateries is proud to present its newest member of the family - Black Water Coffee House - at 429 Race Street. The official opening will be March 1. They will still be serving Night Kitchen Coffees, brewed right here on Cambridge Main Street, but it will also feature made-to-order donuts, gourmet ice cream and more. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



gift certificateGet your sweetheart a gift certificate to be redeemed in more than 30 downtown Cambridge businesses. Give them the option of how they want to use it. Buy on-line by clicking below...



When the Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Key Club contacted Cambridge Main Street, a strong partnership started. Find out how the Key Club contributed last weekend, and what it has on tap for Small Business Saturday.



The Shops at Magnolia Grove is holding its grand opening this Saturday, Nov. 29 at 2 p.m. and you are invited. Come downtown to enjoy all of Small Business Saturday.

 

 

 



Cambridge Main Street and merchants in the downtown commercial district are looking for people interested in being a part of an ongoing focus group aimed at getting some strong constructive criticism to strengthen businesses in the heart of town.

Participants will be given a quick set of guidelines, a possible opportunity to be a mystery shopper in a target business and an initial survey to rate the experience. After compiling the information, a focus group will be selected to share critical opinions and suggestions with Cambridge Main Street, which will act as an impartial third party gathering the information and feeding it back to the target business. To continue reading, click "more."



Geoff GoodmanIt’s amazing how the downtown community has come together to remember and honor artist Geoff Goodman -- and to help his wife, April Dean Goodman, owner of Bliss Jewelry. Geoff died in a boating accident on Oct. 4. He created the beautiful sailboat sculptures and jewelry that were sold at Bliss. We will miss seeing him sitting outside on the corner of Poplar and Gay Streets creating his art, as well as his kindness and his generosity and willingness to always help others. Our prayers and thoughts go out to April and to all of Geoff’s family and friends. Click "more" to continue reading.


 

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