|•||Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability|
|•||Tours run rain or shine.|
|•||Meeting Location Annapolis Visitor's Center (Annapolis, MD) (Exact meeting location details will be provided immediately upon purchase of tickets.)|
|•||We recommend taking our food tour at the beginning of your Annapolis visit so you can return to these wonderful eating establishments and historical sites.|
|•||Near public transportation|
|•||Transportation is wheelchair accessible|
|•||Surfaces are wheelchair accessible|
|•||Please list any food allergies/restrictions. **Accommodations can only be made if allergies or restrictions are noted at the time of booking.|
|•||Most travelers can participate|
|•||This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers|
|•||Face masks required for travelers in public areas|
|•||Face masks required for guides in public areas|
|•||Social distancing enforced throughout experience|
|•||Guides required to regularly wash hands|
|•||Regular temperature checks for staff|
I have been on a handful of food tours in the US and Canada and this one I would rate as mediocre. The amount of walking was just right. The highlights on the history of Annapolis were good. However, the places we had samplers could be refined.
Harry Brown's was excellent - Maryland She Soup and Crab empadada (excellent apps and atmosphere and water)
?? crowded establishment - raw oyster and 1 ounce of some type of beer - I would recommend to find another establishment with a more unique appetizer and add a specialty cocktail.
Irish Pub - 3 samplers which were too much as most of us could not finish (water). I would recommend 2 appetizers and an Irish coffee.
Red Red Wine - pizza and cake and water (tasty unique pizza) I would recommend a sampler of red or white glass of wine.
I think the tour would have been better if another establishment offered dessert instead of a combo at the last one.