About The High Spot



Gas • tro • pub (noun, Brit.) 

The term gastropub, a portmanteau of gastronomy and pub, originated in England in the late 20th century. Generally speaking, a gastropub is a public house that specializes in high-quality fresh and seasonal cuisine. Gastropubs combine the atmosphere of a casual pub with the cuisine of a fine restaurant, often with an emphasis on traditional comfort foods and micro brewed or imported beers. Classic pub food is usually found in spirit, even if the chef applies his or her gastronomic training to the dish.


The High Spot, located in Historic Downtown Cambridge, Maryland, brings upscale cooking to casual dining.  Seasonal menus using locally sourced ingredients and products whenever possible, along with several creatively prepared daily featured items, a selection of craft and import beers, full bar, and house-made desserts.  Lunch & dinner, with daily Happy Hour specials.