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Please let me know how the complete experience goes at Hell Point Seafood. I didn't mind Phillips - for a large crowd. I agree on the Crab Claw, great place, as we like to tie off the Museum overnight.
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I got my invite from them also. The new GM of Hell Point worked for me at the House of Representatives as the dining Room Manager for the "Congressional Members Dining Room." He work for Kinceads before working at the Capitol and raves about him. I have been to his restaurant and it one of the few places I really enjoyed. Like you anyplace other than a crab feast is usually a disappointment. We are planning on attending on the 26th are you going to be there.

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Not to hijack the thread, but I will probably go, grab a mooring off the academy and dingy in for some tasty treats Sounds like a rendezvous. Its not for sure yet, as we don't have a plan for the kids??? I was thinking about just locking them down below but I am guessing the NRP wouldn't go for that? UM

Should be a fun night

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Please let me know how the complete experience goes at Hell Point Seafood. I didn't mind Phillips - for a large crowd. I agree on the Crab Claw, great place, as we like to tie off the Museum overnight.
Yea, the Claw is a sure bet I think, for crabs..um them oysters I had were pretty tasty too!

Kinkead's flagship restaurant off Pennsylvania Ave has always been a top spot for food in DC, Colvin Run Tavern is quite good as well, so I bet this one will be better than most in Annapolis, or much of the bay for that matter. My hope is he starts a trend of better fare than the typical "how would you like that cooked, fried or broiled?"

Not to start a battle of the restaurants, but I tried the Boatyard once again and ordered a oyster samwich...It sucked just like last time...guess I learned my lessons the hard way.

Stopped in O'Briens over Memorial Day weekend with the folks and one of my kids ordered the kids fish & chips...I have to say it was not bad, thin batter and a nice thick piece of Cod.

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Reviving a winter thread

Just finished a south bay loop and want to add some stops that deserve being on this list:

In Cape Charles visit Kelly's Pub very good food and a great selection of beer & ale on tap
In Norfolk visit Espeto na Brasa a Brazilian Restaurant on Granby St
delicious but not inexpensive
In Deltaville The Galley - simple and great!

Anybody compiling the list ala T37chef's Yacht builder list?

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The Boatyard Grill ? Had to down a couple of oyster shooters while waiting for our Cuban Paninis Sat night. Mmm good
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The Boatyard Grill ? Had to down a couple of oyster shooters while waiting for our Cuban Paninis Sat night. Mmm good
Good choices..
since opening the RawBar a few months ago thay have had some really nice oysters to choose from.

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Anchored out on back creek these are the places I am currently haunting
Davis Pub- obvious choice and decent pub food
Mexican Cafe- truly one of the great mexican dives! just opposite the Giant on Back creek
Squisitos in the Eastport shopping center- large portions of so-so pasta- but cheap Fett. Alfredo for $8 you cant go wrong
SLy Fox, at the top of main street, decent outdoor dining, hit or miss.
Rams head- good grub
Pad thai on west opposite the rams head- almost as good as Lemongrass but cheaper
The Bar at Harry Browns- the restaurant is stupid expensive but the bar puts out very large appetizer plates, the burger at 10 bucks is great, good pate and toast- enuff to serve as a dinner is also $10
Rockfish- at happy hour the apps are half price, beer is $2.
The little Sushi place on the city dock tucked in among the galleries and small mall there- I forget the name but the Sushi is decent( although not as good as Joss,) but an 18 piece sushi plate is about $11 Take away only, no seating.
PArthenon Greek at the top end of Back creek
and for a tru dive, right next to the Mexican Cafe is the Ebb tide
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I second the Pantheon (Greek) and Harry Brown's Bar. I like Harry Brown's rest - the prices not so much (Borat).
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I haven't been brave enough for the Ebb Tide, RhosynMor, but you've piqued my interest. I love a good greasy spoon. Maybe I'll try that after sailing with the buddies and not with the wife and kids in tow.
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I haven't been brave enough for the Ebb Tide, RhosynMor, but you've piqued my interest. I love a good greasy spoon. Maybe I'll try that after sailing with the buddies and not with the wife and kids in tow.
The Ebb is good..
cheap local hangout w/ a decent burger - ample servings and be glad its now smokefree..

Mexican cafe has a nice marg and good conqueso and chips.

Love Harry Browns.. but yea $$$

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