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I'll sneak into Sam's at lunch for the lobster roll too!!

Provided it isn't $20!!

Last fall the boat was in Baltimore and we would stop at the G & M off 695.

The jumbo lump is un-natural and foreign but it's still good.

Must come from radiated Japanese crabs like Godzilla!!
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Harbour House??
That might be it. It was many moons ago. I was in Chestertown to witness the launch of the Sultana.
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Last fall the boat was in Baltimore and we would stop at the G & M off 695.

The jumbo lump is un-natural and foreign but it's still good.

Must come from radiated Japanese crabs like Godzilla!!
I worked for a little while out that way on a consulting gig. I went to G&M for lunch one Friday with my co-workers. One of them bought an extra crabcake to take home and put it in the fridge back at the client's office. He didn't know the cleaning people came early on Friday nights. Around 6:30 we hear a loud slam and lots of loud, angry cursing. Yup. Expensive monster crab cake tossed out. The rest of us thought it was pretty funny.

Good food at G&M and the crab cakes are some of the best around.
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I'll sneak into Sam's at lunch for the lobster roll too!!
Sam's hosts scotch tasting nights every now and then. Prix fix (however you spell that) multi-course menu with scotch throughout. I keep meaning to go to one, but they're usually during the week and I'm an hour away. They have similar wine tastings.
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Painkiller, the place in Chestertown is the "Fish Whistle" (formerly The Warf) and they do serve sherry with the chowder...located on the Chester River.
Chick N Ruth Delee in Annapolis is an experience and great food too. So you have to wait, if you aren't out on the Bay sailing you have the time to spare.

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Saturday after checking on the boat (It got hauled last week) we made it back to the Pirate's Cove for something they call an oyster pan roast (stew) and oyster sandwhich. They don't serve it on plain white bread there but they did have it on a simple dinner roll type bread so as to not overpower them.

Yummy!!

Now I'm thinking about one of my best breakfasts ever at the Chesapeake Inn on the C&D canal.

We were at an event and the featured item was crab meat and egg white omelets.

They also serve a fantastic Bloody Mary in a 16oz beer glass and a jumbo spiced shrimp on top.
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Two pages and no one has mentioned Davis' Pub in Eastport? Best pub food in Annapolis.

If you don't mind a bit of a walk, Lemongrass on West Street in Annapolis is quite good (Thai).

Osteria 177 on Main St in Annapolis is the best Italian in town.

Snapper's in Cambridge is pretty good. Zanhiser's Dry Dock in Solomons is good. Robert Morris Inn in Oxford is quite good. The Rusty Scupper Sunday brunch (Baltimore) is very nice.

I'd be remiss if I didn't mention Eastport Yacht Club (must be a member or guest) that has a very good kitchen.

Sam's is nice, but overpriced.

Cantler's is a pit, and Chick & Ruth's is a greasy spoon. Neither is worth a visit.
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Two pages and no one has mentioned Davis' Pub in Eastport? Best pub food in Annapolis.

Robert Morris Inn in Oxford is quite good.
1. That's why I started this!! Davis' looks like a regular joint. The Boatyard is a little too new and shiny for me even if I do like their Ale!!

2. I've been meaning to go there. Last time we visited, we just picked up sandwhiches at the Oxford market and ate them in the park.
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Interesting how tastes vary. I think Davis' Pub is a greasy place and I like Chick and Ruths. If you're in the Inner Harbor might as well go to LaScala's in Little Italy, wonderful food and great service.
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Interesting how tastes vary.
Indeed. That is what makes a market.

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