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Lewnes is fantastic. Great steak, great wine list, you won't be disappointed.
Level is def within walking distance, good option as well.
Look up the Annapolis eCruiser.
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This post was edited by EricTerp 2 years ago
Going to Vin tonight...lots of changes to the menu, which look delicious.
how was dinner?
Well, the food was great, but the experience was not that great of no fault to the restaurant.
One of our neighbors decided to tag - and then another - and then another, so it went from 2 of us to 6 of us. The table was the booth table, so it was cramped.
As a table, we ordered:
Cured ham plate
Fresh pulled warm mozzarella
Copa Cabana pizza (boar meatballs, spicy copa)
OMG pizza (speck, asparagus, onion)
Chocolate creme brulee
2 bottles of wine
5 raging bitches
3 glasses of wine
Of which, I only wanted the copa cabana pizza and beer - of which, costed me $170 fucking dollars because the way the wife and the rest broke up the bill and for someone paying for something previously (which they did not) that had the whole thing screwed up.
This is always the worst. Always.
Should have just gone to El Toro Bravo and crushed margaritas and chips and salsa...
I enjoyed it on my 2 trips. Solid but not spectacular.
Level (small plate, locally grown joint with a great atmosphere) and carpaccio (wonderful italan, more traditional restaurant) are 2 very good but very different spots within walking distance of loews. Neither has the water view. Jalepeno is not walking distance and it doesn't have a water view but it is consistently fantastic Spanish food and it is fairly priced. The Severn inn is about as pretty a setting as you will find but it s overpriced and inconsistent. I'm not going to comment on lewnes because I've only been once and it was 8-10 yrs ago. Carrol's Creek has a great view and is the best bang for your buck, IMO, in Eastport. Their cream of crab soup is heaven. The do steak and seafood equally well. I have been there countless times and never been disappointed. They are not small plates, trendy or any of that. Carrol's Creek has never been anything but consistently great food. Another thing we did back when we were not looking for a huge sit down meal was to go to the chart house, stay at the bar, where the view is and order appetizers while having cocktails and enjoying the water view.
Vin 909 is a trendy spot. The food is good but overpriced. The atmosphere is nothing special.
One day I'm gonna go to Carroll's creek. I lived in annapolis 21 years and only live a half hour away but have never been because my mom and grandparents still hold some grudge from like 20 years ago. Same reason I've never got gas from the new or old marc bowens even though they're usually cheap
As recommended hear, I went for the cream of crab soup and it lived up to the hype. Heavy though. I finished mine and half of my wife's and by the time I finished my entree I was ready to pop.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
I read that as "ready to poop" and was going to totally agree
For me Carroll's creek is just ok. I wasn't really impressed, rather go to O'Learlys or Lewnes near bye.. Even Chart House..
Bite your tongue on the chart house over Carrol's creek. I know lewnes has their loyal following and I need to give it another shot. I've never been to olearys for some reason. I'm sure I'll get there sometime soon. You need to take some of those winnings and give Carrol's creek another shot.
Isn't lewnes also quite a bit more expensive than carrols creek?
A steak at Lewnes will easily set you back around $35-$45, which is just the meat. Factor in sides, and it probably averages to around $40-$50 per person.
For comparison, you can get an entire rockfish meal for like $30 at Carrol's Creek.
I need someone to lay out the best happy hour and week night drinking specials in annapolis for me. Each day of the week appreciated so I can drink as economically as possible. Thanks
Rams head, Rams Head, Rams Head, Rams Head, Rams Head
Do other bars offer free food for happy hr??
Wait what. I can just eat there for dinner every night? According to the website I could have had free brat and German potato salad with any purchase.
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
4-7pm $2.75 All Draft Beers, House Wines & Rail Drinks*draft exclusions may apply, ask server for details
5-7pm: FREE Buffalo wings
Check out barsannapolis.com
Depends on what you want, but Ramshead is the best bang for your buck. Another good option, a bit out of the way for most, is the Ebb Tide. Total shit hole dive bar, but I can drink for a few hours and spend less than $50.
I have a personal love for Heroes Pub in West Annapolis.
But.....barsannapolis.com has all of the HH specials broken down by day, what the specials are, clientele type, hours, etc.
Oh yeah, check out Stan & Joe's...next to Ramshead. Free food on Friday also for HH. It's a massive spread (or at least it used to be).
Thanks for the link- great info. Not sure where Pussers is on the site. Stan and Joes is pretty fun. Been to Karaoke a few times there and had a blast. Also wish there was a clientele category, "most amount of girls using fake ids"
Apparently Federal House has $2 Boh drafts at all times right now. Not going to pretend like I actually like Boh but for a 16oz draft that's pretty good.
One caveat about barsannapolis is that each bar has to pay a fee per month to be listed, which I believe is between $250-$500 depending on what package the bar/restaurant chooses. I read an article about the site a month or two ago that broke it down.
Bars that are missing for sure:
Sam's on the Waterfront
Used to work right down the street. Beers were $2 and the wings were delicious. Fridays were awesome.
Full disclosure, they only dole out the wings or whatever like five at a time. I don't think there's anything holding you back from going up there multiple times, but they make you work for it. Still totally worth it for the $2.50 drafts.
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