Food & Drink in Annapolis

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Hearken the sweet sounds of singer-songwriter Pete Yorn strumming to the rock 'n' roll rhythms of his upbeat, laid-back tunes during his upcoming concert at Rams Head Live!, a venue that plays host to some of the country’s top national, midlevel music acts. Since the release of his debut album in 2001 and hits such as "For Nancy ('Cos It Already Is)" and "Crystal Village", Pete has actively toured with the likes of Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews Band, and more, garnering a reputation for bearing the voice of an angel and the long, flowing locks of an angel’s unemployed uncle.

33 West St
Annapolis,
MD
US

Caffé Pronto is a wholesale roaster that stocks a variety of coffees, including all-natural decafs from more than 15 countries worldwide and a number of fair-trade, organic, bird-friendly, and Rainforest Alliance blends. Order a bag of beans online or slowly sip a cup of individually brewed coffee inside one of their brick-and-mortar cafés while snacking on a gourmet menu of paninis, breakfast sandwiches, pastries, parfaits, and desserts. A cup of coffee in the morning can mean the difference between hitting the ground running and hitting the snooze button relentlessly. Give your alarm clock time to let its bruises heal with today’s Groupon.

90 Russell St
Annapolis,
MD
US

Philly Flash is locally owned and operated by the DeCesaris Family. Guests enjoy our collection of drag racing and classic car memorabilia. We're car crazy with a racing heritage in Southern Maryland along with food sold at the refreshments stands. Please enjoy our food, hospitality and a little slice of racing memorbilia.

1901 West St
Annapolis,
MD
US

Tsunami’s dim lighting is an abstract burlesque, enrobing tables in an air of mystery while exposing the beauty that lies on the plates. In the darkness, diners can focus on the flavors placed before them, considering each hint of sweet and savory. At the bar, mixologists teach exotic spirits how to mingle gracefully, blending tequila and botanical liqueurs to form cocktails such as the Green Regal and Humpaloma. From here, genial servers whisk more than two dozen varieties of craft beer to thirsty patrons pondering menus filled with Asian-inspired fusion fare and more than 50 types of sushi conceived by executive chef Bobby Massa. A lineup of maki sports geographical influences, from the sriracha and avocadoes of the Miami roll to the smoked salmon, cream cheese, and taxi honks of the New Yorker roll. Filled with gourmet creations such as ahi tuna wonton tacos and wok-seared sea scallops with lemongrass-guava coulis, the restaurant’s hot fare highlights Chef Massa’s whimsy, inventiveness, and extensive culinary training.

51 West St
Annapolis,
MD
US

Having earned Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge the headline of Best New Restaurant in Annapolis in The Travel Bite in 2011, chef David Thomas beckons diners to taste his blend of American fusion fare steeped in a farm-to-table philosophy. Sidestepping culinary school, Thomas honed his craft in kitchens throughout New York City and the mid-Atlantic, developing his passion for French cooking techniques and fresh, organic ingredients. Gourmands feast upon Thomas' creations—made with mostly local products including grass-fed beef and marine-certified seafood—within a three-level dining space that opens to a sidewalk patio refreshingly free of dive-bombing parakeets. Barkeeps pour a selection of craft beers and wines, mix specialty cocktails, and serve a selection of liquors, including short-run spirits. On select dates, live entertainment ranging from local musicians to sock-puppet renditions of Shakespeare regales diners.

175 West St
Annapolis,
MD
US

Even though the head chef of Kahve Cafe and Catering revealed his bagel recipe in a profile for [Chesapeake Taste](http://gr.pn/10vq7x3, he still managed to keep a few secrets of the scratch-made trade to himself. And that’s because just about everything on the menu is crafted from scratch daily, from the club sandwiches served on house-baked french bread to the fresh-baked muffins and scones that please morning risers mouths and olfactory systems on the often. In keeping with the owner's ties to the community, the cafe’s tea and coffee drinks are also sourced from a local roaster.

And while much of the menu offers comfort, so does the cafe itself. Couches, easy chairs, and tables line the space, making visits even cozier during regularly scheduled live music and open-mic performances. Also, once a month, young ones can get in on the fun as Bridgette and the Band plays tunes designed to please their little ears and distract them from the sounds of nearby ice cream trucks.

155 Mitchells Chance Rd
Edgewater,
MD
US