The Annapolis dining scene has exploded over the past few years, with creative and fun restaurants popping up all over town. During Annapolis’s sixth annual Restaurant Week celebration, more than forty local restaurants are showing off their kitchen chops. Annapolis Restaurant Week, organized by the Annapolis Business Association, runs from Monday, February 23rd through Sunday, March 1st.
With restaurants offering deals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, visitors can schedule a full day – or even a weekend – of dining around town. Breakfasts include two courses for $12.95; lunch is two courses for $15.95 and dinner is three courses for $32.95. Check the website for restaurant participation, menus and to make reservations.
In addition to restaurant specials, visit Woodcraft Artisans on Main Street for a 5th Anniversary “Sip & Shop” celebration, held in conjunction with Restaurant Week. Browse the shop’s fabulous selection of accessories and gifts while warming up with hot Glogg, the spiced beverage that keeps Scandinavians warm during their own chilly winters.
The city makes parking and getting around easy during the week, with four garages participating in the Park & Shop program, which offers parking discounts for those shopping and dining at participating businesses, and the Annapolis City Circulator, a trolley that, for just $1 per ride, ferries diners and shoppers around the downtown and West Street areas, making travel from parking garages and hotels a breeze.
Whether its sushi, steak or crab cakes you crave, there’s something for everyone during Annapolis Restaurant Week.
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