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Watertable Restaurant Review: At first glance, the restaurant seems like a typical upscale hotel dining room, handsome but impersonal, with its clean, modern lines and ruddy earth tones. Look outside, though: each seat has a harbor view. Even better, peruse the menu, which has a very personal Maryland stamp. Seasonal organic produce is culled from area farmers markets. The stylish approach to regional American cooking can be seen in such dishes as pan-seared rockfish with grits and preserved lemon or chicken with roasted fingerling potatoes and pan jus. Look for a traditional Smith Island layer cake, Maryland’s official dessert, to end your meal on a sweet note.