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Buddy's Crabs & Ribs

  • $$
  • Seafood

Family owned and operated since 1988, with a central location overlooking Main Street and City Dock, the biggest restaurant in Annapolis...

Cantler's Riverside Inn

  • $$
  • Seafood

Jimmy Cantler, a native Marylander who worked as a waterman on the Chesapeake Bay, founded this local institution 40 years ago. The no-nonsense...

DiGiovanni's Dock of the Bay

  • $$
  • Italian

It's rare to be able to enjoy elegant waterside dining and professional service at budget prices. The chef creates succulent northern...

McGarvey's Saloon and Oyster Bar

  • $$
  • American

An Annapolis institution since 1975, this dockside eatery and watering hole is full of good cheer, great drink, and grand food. A heritage...

Middleton Tavern

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  • American

Horatio Middleton began operating this "inn for seafaring men" in 1750, and Washington, Jefferson, and Franklin were among his guests.

Neptune's

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  • Seafood

Modest Neptune's claims of preparing "the world's best mussels" rings true with many, making the trip to this tiny town just north of...

Rod 'n' Reel

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  • Seafood

This family-owned restaurant opened optimistically in 1936, the year after the demise of the railroad from Washington. Since then it...

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