Unlike their more pedestrian counterparts, fancy steakhouses serve only premium cuts of beef, seat you at cloth-covered tables, and won't put your picture on the wall if you can fit all the dishes on the menu into your mouth at once.
Choose Between Two Options
$50 for $100 off your bill for two people
$100 for $200 off your bill for four or more people
You can order anything off the full menu.
Want a Suggestion?
- Appetizer—miniature crab cakes with lemon cream sauce ($16)
- Entrees—New York strip steak ($32) and pan-seared salmon ($27)
- Wine—two glasses of Dante Napa Valley '09 cabernet ($10 each)
Total Bill: $95 for two people
Amid the stately storefronts of historic Annapolis stands Harry Browne's, an elegant eatery that has teemed with gourmet Continental cuisine and international wines for more than 35 years. In the 1930s-era dining room, servers ferry out the restaurant's most acclaimed dishes—steaming bowls of cream of crab soup, platters piled with crab cakes, full racks of lamb, and seasonal specialties. Upstairs in the State Circle Lounge, guests sidle up to a full bar to sip craft cocktails and swirl selections from a wine list more than 100 strong.
66 State Cir.
Annapolis, Maryland 21401