We eat at a lot of restaurants, not only because we love fine food, but also because we at Annapolis Home have made it our purpose to review restaurants for the benefit of our readers. In Annapolis, there are few places for fine dining, that is, the kind of restaurant that leaves you feeling transported. Restaurants here tend to be more casual, reflecting the local maritime culture. Eating out is expensive. Our expectations deserve to be high. Annapolis Home’s restaurant reviews, written by Christine Fillat, are completely independent of any advertisement. For this special Awards Issue of Annapolis Home, the staff has considered and finally come to an agreement of our top ten places in Annapolis we would happily take our friends and guests. Some of these restaurants Christine has formally reviewed in past issues, and some we have included because they are places we have returned to and enjoyed. Bon Appetit!
1993 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard,
49 West Coffeehouse,
Winebar & Gallery
49 West Street, Annapolis
McGarvey’s Saloon & Oyster Bar
8 Market Space, Annapolis
Boatyard Bar & Grill
400 4th Street, Annapolis
509 S. Cherry Grove Avenue, Annapolis
Bakers & Co.
618 Chesapeake Avenue, Annapolis
Masseria By Nicholas Stefanelli
Pope’s Tavern at the Oxford Inn
Annapolis Home Magazine
Vol. 8, No. 1 2017