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1 Day Ago 07:42 AM
chef2sail
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Originally Posted by PalmettoSailor View Post
Yes, Its been noted before that for whatever reason, the dining in Annapolis is pretty lame and pretty limited if you desire something more than a pub.

Contrast the options to Fells Point or Canton in Baltimore and the difference is glaring.
Add little Italy or one of My favorites Roy's near the Marriot
1 Day Ago 07:38 AM
PalmettoSailor
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Annapolis restaurants you would think should be better with the tourists and the state Capitol but they are mainly average at best

Daves suggestions are good ones. I like Joss,s . Not just a sushi place but authentic Japanese Tappan cooking. Carole Creek is above average aldo
Yes, Its been noted before that for whatever reason, the dining in Annapolis is pretty lame and pretty limited if you desire something more than a pub.

Contrast the options to Fells Point or Canton in Baltimore and the difference is glaring.
2 Days Ago 12:28 AM
chef2sail
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Perfect. Thanks for the suggestions.

Middleton Tavern, McGarveys and Davis Pub are staples for my wife and I but not exactly what these particular family members would be into, so we'll likely give one of your other suggestions a shot.

I don't know if they do sushi, but Joss' is one of the places I've been meaning to check out.

We've done the Charthouse in Alexandria which I assume is similar to the Annapolis one, so for me Carroll Creek or Lewnes should be the choice but at least I have some decent suggestions to throw out.

I don't think Pussers is bad, but I would like to use the opportunity to try something else.
Annapolis restaurants you would think should be better with the tourists and the state Capitol but they are mainly average at best

Daves suggestions are good ones. I like Joss,s . Not just a sushi place but authentic Japanese Tappan cooking. Carole Creek is above average aldo
2 Days Ago 11:18 PM
PalmettoSailor
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Pussers can be fun if the weather is nice and certainly convenient for you.

Try Leeward Market in Eastport for breakfast or lunch. Try Boatyard Bar and Grill in Eastport for brunch or lunch. Joss for sushi. Osteria 177 for Italian. Avoid Chick n Ruth. Avoid Cantlers. If you want a crab bash try Mike's Crab House on Riva Road.

Middleton Tavern and McGarveys can be fun but don't expect too much.

Davis' Pub in Eastport is the best sailing bar we have left in Annapolis. If the weather is nice sit outside. It's a great time of year for that.

For tapas and small plates try Grape's Wine Bar. The gourmet market down the sidewalk is brilliant.

For steaks go to Lewnes.

For something nice but not exorbitant try either Carroll's Creek or Chart House.
Perfect. Thanks for the suggestions.

Middleton Tavern, McGarveys and Davis Pub are staples for my wife and I but not exactly what these particular family members would be into, so we'll likely give one of your other suggestions a shot.

I don't know if they do sushi, but Joss' is one of the places I've been meaning to check out.

We've done the Charthouse in Alexandria which I assume is similar to the Annapolis one, so for me Carroll Creek or Lewnes should be the choice but at least I have some decent suggestions to throw out.

I don't think Pussers is bad, but I would like to use the opportunity to try something else.
2 Days Ago 09:46 AM
SVAuspicious
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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I have family coming in next weekend to drop my niece off for a Naval Academy Candidate camp in Annapolis and wondered what the dining situation is these days. Is there anywhere that stands out or are the pubs about as good as it gets?

The family is staying at the Marriott so I guess Pusser's is easy if there is nothing better in walking distance.
Pussers can be fun if the weather is nice and certainly convenient for you.

Try Leeward Market in Eastport for breakfast or lunch. Try Boatyard Bar and Grill in Eastport for brunch or lunch. Joss for sushi. Osteria 177 for Italian. Avoid Chick n Ruth. Avoid Cantlers. If you want a crab bash try Mike's Crab House on Riva Road.

Middleton Tavern and McGarveys can be fun but don't expect too much.

Davis' Pub in Eastport is the best sailing bar we have left in Annapolis. If the weather is nice sit outside. It's a great time of year for that.

For tapas and small plates try Grape's Wine Bar. The gourmet market down the sidewalk is brilliant.

For steaks go to Lewnes.

For something nice but not exorbitant try either Carroll's Creek or Chart House.
4 Days Ago 09:45 AM
PalmettoSailor
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

I have family coming in next weekend to drop my niece off for a Naval Academy Candidate camp in Annapolis and wondered what the dining situation is these days. Is there anywhere that stands out or are the pubs about as good as it gets?

The family is staying at the Marriott so I guess Pusser's is easy if there is nothing better in walking distance.
2 Weeks Ago 08:11 PM
travlineasy
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Love the ribs at Corner Stable - probably the best I've ever tasted north of Louisiana.

Gary
2 Weeks Ago 07:55 PM
chef2sail
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

Pappas and Timbuktu are great.

Boatyard is a great tourist trap and good for Crab cakes made from back fin and clawmeat are overrated and over spiced with Old Bay. Good atmosphere and beer

Lighthouse restaurant in Solomons island are good with very little filler and jumbo lump are one of my favorites short of Chrisfield. When there get a piece of outstanding Key Lime Pie made at Kim's or stop at Kim's and get a whole pie to enjoy for a weekend or trip. Best key lime north of marathon key. Made with Meyers limes
2 Weeks Ago 07:35 PM
T37Chef
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

I dont love G&M... overrated IMO
2 Weeks Ago 07:32 PM
T37Chef
Re: Chesapeake Bay Eats

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Interesting article: 15 Restaraunts With The Best Maryland Crab Cakes

Where do you get your favorite crab cakes? For places within walking distance of the water I like the Boatyard Bar & Grill in Eastport.
The Corner Stable in Cockeysville, and their ribs are the best as well.
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