Food & Drink in Annapolis

$15 for Three $10 Vouchers for Mediterranean Cuisine at Mezeh Mediterranean Grill ($30 Value)

Mezeh Mediterranean Grill

Annapolis

Begin with choice of freshly baked pita, plate, or salad, then add proteins, Mediterranean dips, and toppings

$10 $5

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$25 for $40 Worth of Seafood and Steaks During Dinner at Carrol's Creek Cafe

Carrol's Creek Cafe

Annapolis

Upscale restaurant on the Annapolis waterfront serving steaks and fresh seafood such as Maryland crab cakes and herb-encrusted rockfish

$40 $25

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Visit 2nd Annual Maryland Chicken Wing and Beer Festival from ABC Events (Up to 50% Off)

ABC Events

Parole

Festival celebrates chicken wings in event that supports local charities and nonprofits

$30 $16

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$7 for $13 Worth of Salvadorian Food — Caliente Grill

Caliente Grill

Annapolis

From the merchant: Chicken and vegetables soup, served with a grilled 1/4 of chicken and rice, and corn handmade tortillas.

$13 $7

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$20 for $40 Worth of Indian Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner at India's

India's

Annapolis

Kumar family serves up dishes of chicken tandoori, black-lentil dal, naan, and lamb stew, fragrant with fenugreek, cumin, and ginger

$40 $20

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Café Cuisine at 49 West (50% Off). Three Options Available.

49 West Coffeehouse, Winebar & Gallery

Annapolis

Hearty breakfast dishes, healthy sandwiches, and seafood entrees served in a café with local artwork and live music

$30 $15

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$13 for $25 Worth of Japanese Food and Drinks at Katana Sushi Annapolis

Katana Sushi Annapolis

Parole

More than 40 sushi rolls packed with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, and sweet potato; entrees include teriyaki salmon and basil chicken

$25 $13

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Tacos, Burritos, and Margaritas at Mexican Café (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Mexican Café

Annapolis

Tacos filled with chicken, steak, pork, or tilapia complement house specialties such as tamale dinners and more than a dozen margaritas

$20 $10

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Select Local Merchants

To say Capital Teas? founders, Manelle and Peter Martino, know tea might be a bit of an understatement. Fifth-generation tea merchant Manelle?s great-great-grandfather, Francis Van Reyk, was a Dutch tea planter who immigrated in the 1870s to present-day Sri Lanka, where he planted and managed the Diyagama Tea Estate, from which the Martinos now source their Great Grandfather?s tea. Manelle?s family has been in the tea trade ever since, a tradition she has carried to her own specialty tea business, which has boutique locations throughout the Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland area. Additionally, Peter has become a popular speaker at World Tea Expos, where he frequently educates and inspires the tea world.

In addition to tea from Sri Lanka, Capital Teas carries more than 200 loose teas and herbal infusions from 18 countries including India, China, Japan, Malawi, and Kenya. A sniffing wall dispenses wafts of black, oolong, and green teas, and knowledgeable employees drift around the store?s tasting stations to explain each flavor?s nuances.

Capital Teas also pairs customers with accompaniments such as teapots, infusers, treats, and artisanal honey. In-store patrons may sample free tea samples?which are brewed fresh daily?while online purchasers receive a free sample with every order.

6 Cornhill St
Annapolis,
MD
US

Even though Portuguese explorers couldn't pronounce the Swahili name for the African bird's eye chili—pili-pili—the sailors fully embraced its flavor shortly after landing in the region known today as Mozambique. Intrigued by the small, fiery pepper, they combined it with aromatic doses of herbs, garlic, and lemon to create the first peri-peri sauce. That sauce eventually became a wildly popular marinade for poultry, and the tasty concoction made its way to South Africa over the next several centuries. There, in 1987, two friends decided to honor this culinary legacy by founding the first Nando's Peri-Peri restaurant. The eatery continued to remain true to its South African roots, even while expanding to encompass locations in 24 countries across four continents.

Beginning with fresh chickens that never see the inside of a kitchen freezer, the chefs furtively marinate the birds in a secret peri-peri sauce for 24 hours before grilling them over an open flame. Diners dictate the heat level of their order, requesting that the grilled chicken arrive relatively mild or that wings be slathered with even more incendiary spices. The succulent chicken can be plated with hearty side dishes—such as Portuguese-style rice with herbs and peppers or peas with mint—or served in the form of a sandwich, wrap, or pita. To complement the menus' African flavors, Nando's worldwide locations collectively feature more than 4,000 pieces of African artwork.

2002 Annapolis Mall
Annapolis,
MD
US

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,
MD
US

Hot Potato serves up tantalizing tubers artfully festooned with an assemblage of imaginative toppings, such as pulled pork, chicken, avocado, and fresh pineapple. Creative diners may customize their baked potato with plain, garlic, or vegan butter, a variety of sour creams or sauces, veggies, and crunchy tortilla strips (add $0.35) or crispy onions ($0.65). Or they can opt for specialty spuds, such as the Wayne's World (pulled pork, collards, house-made coleslaw, and chives, $8.25) or the Madras Veggie Mix (mixed veggies in a mildly spicy, yogurt-based curry sauce, $7.15). Eaters can cut down on the starch with delectable wraps, sandwiches, and Greek or garden salads, and then impetuously add it back to either salad for $0.50.

1901 McGuckian Street
Annapolis,
MD
US

My Butcher and More's meat-cutting masters acquire grass-fed or naturally fed beef from local farms, from which they prepare juicy, flavorful cuts. Roseda Black Angus beef arrives from a 350-acre farm, where steers enjoy an all-natural diet, natural ponds, and frequent games of patty-cake. The protein emporium also carries Creekstone Farms beef, a 100% Black Angus blend processed according to stringent guidelines to ensure quality. The staff precisely grinds each hearty slice of steer by hand, and customers can chow down content in the knowledge that the shop's sources shield their cows from hormones, antibiotics, and violent video games.

1410 Forest Dr
Annapolis,
MD
US

The menu at Austin Grill represents more than 20 years worth of authentic, time-tested Tex-Mex favorites seasoned with 15 different homemade salsas, sauces, and dressings. A belly-filling roadhouse burrito wraps a fresh flour tortilla around seasoned ground beef and beans, all topped with a drizzle of chili con queso and served with a side of rice ($11.99 at lunch, $11.49 at dinner). Put off cumbersome decision-making and sample the country western flavors of the Joe Ely Big Combo, a medley of a grilled chicken taco, a beef barbacoa enchilada with ancho chili sauce, and a hand-rolled chicken tamale topped with Texas chili ($14.99). A multi-colored Bevo Salad blends house greens, cotija cheese, black beans, guacamole, pico de gallo, corn relish, and crispy tortilla strips in tangy cilantro-lime vinaigrette ($7.99 at lunch, $9.99 at dinner). Mosey in on the weekends to lasso southern brunch specials such as the Austin eggs benedict ($11.49) and cornmeal pancakes with eggs and bacon ($9.59). Diners with more particular palates can direct their eyes toward the lengthy gluten-free menu.

2002 Annapolis Mall
Annapolis,
MD
US