Sailor Oyster Bar Releases New Menu

By: Foodie Annapolis

Around this time last year, Sailor Oyster Bar (196 West Street) opened in the Arts & Entertainment District, bringing a whole new approach and flare to dining in Annapolis. Sailor brings a hip new vibe, outside-the-box drink menu, and a food like no other in town. Owner Scott Herbst and his talented team have kept […]

November 22, 2017

Rhea’s Plate of the Month: The Prime Rib

By: Rhea Torreon

When you think of The Prime Rib (located inside Live! Casino & Hotel located right next to Arundel Mills), you probably think of, well, a big juicy prime rib. Your mind might wander from there to your favorite cut of meat, perhaps a ribeye (my personal favorite) or maybe a nice, tender filet. That might be it. […]

November 16, 2017

Thanksgiving in Annapolis

By: Mary Lou Baker

November marks the beginning of the holiday season in towns and cities across the nation. Every year, more and more Annapolis restaurants are offering Thanksgiving feasts all across town. The catch? Reservations fill up quickly, so be sure to call or book online. Here’s a short list of beloved spots serving up Thanksgiving in Annapolis. […]

November 08, 2017

Happy Hour at The Chart House

By: Natalie Spong

Take the water taxi, walk over from Eastport, drive from downtown Annapolis or out of town, but you will want to put a visit to the Chart House on your upcoming agenda. If you have been there before, you will be reminded why every visit there feels like a special occasion. If it’s your first […]

November 03, 2017

Rhea’s Plate of the Month: Level

By: Rhea Torreon

Local. Sustainable. Small plates. These words are practically synonymous with Level, a restaurant that has been redefining what it means to eat out in Annapolis since 2009. Not only do they bring a wealth of locally-sourced food from all over Maryland right to your table, their space fosters a relaxed environment perfect for shared bites […]

October 10, 2017

Last Chance for Crabs: Take Home a Maryland Memory

By: Mary Lou Baker

Hundreds of sleek water craft and miles of wooden docks transform the Annapolis Harbor in the magic month of October – 5-9 for the U.S. Sailboat Show followed by a quick change for the U.S. Powerboat Show 12-15.  The state capital of Maryland is also known as “Sailing Capital of the U.S.” and the site […]

October 06, 2017

Dockside Annapolis Treasures

By: Mary Lou Baker

Vacations are times for breaking some of the rules that shape our behavior during the work week.  Sleeping late is okay.  So is night-owling. So is indulging in some of the foods that are usually in the “no-no” category.  We can aid and abet your indulgences by pointing you in the direction of a few […]

September 12, 2017

Happy Hour at Skipper’s Pier Restaurant and Dock Bar

By: Natalie Spong

Although the kids are heading back to school, there are still two beautiful months to extend that carefree summer feel on the water in South County. With all the waterfront restaurants in and around Annapolis, many choose to stay with the familiar and close to home. However, a ride into South County to Skipper’s Pier […]

August 29, 2017

Rhea’s Plate of the Month: Evelyn’s

By: Rhea Torreon

West Annapolis is a cozy little part of town that has been up-and-coming with fresh new places like Evelyn’s, who opened their doors this past March. They’re a laid-back little joint offering tasty breakfast, brunch, and lunch options with all the friendly comfort of your very own mother’s kitchen. Not only is the food and […]

August 15, 2017

Pirate’s Cove and Big Mary’s Dock Bar

By: Natalie Spong

Galesville is an idyllic slice of heaven just 15 minutes south of Annapolis on the lovely West River. When you feel the need to just get away from traffic and the rush of daily life, a trip to Big Mary’s Dock Bar or Pirate’s Cove may be just the respite you need. Each time I […]

August 07, 2017