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Annapolis Restaurant Week 2006


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Good news for those of us who live, work or play in East Rockwellopolis. Annapolis is doing its own Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are $25.95, and three courses lunches are $9.95. The menu selections are much more limited than what one often sees in DC - most give only two or three choices for each course. Bad news: few of the better restaurants are participating. Still, for those prices, I'd cherry pick and head to Viet-Thai Paradise for their excellent summer roll, lemongrass chicken and lychee ice cream, Wild Orchid Cafe for a lunch of butternut squash soup with crab, spinach crepes, and three berry bread pudding, Breeze (dinner only) for their house salad, the two small plates of seared foie gras with roasted figs and pomegranate reduction, and jumbo lump crab cake with papaya salsa, and any dessert on the menu, and Reynolds Tavern (dinner only) for cream of crab soup, steak frites and strawberry shortcake.

The other participating restaurants are:

Rockfish (dinner)

Sakura (dinner)

Ram's Head Roadhouse (lunch) and Ram's Head Tavern (dinner)

Northwoods (dinner)

Phillips Seafood (dinner)

Cantler's

The Melting Pot (dinner)

The Big Fish Grille (dinner) (Crofton)

Pusser's Caribbean Grille (dinner)

B.F. Biggens (formerly the Crab Cake Factory)

Maria's Sicilian Ristorante

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Oh Crackers, I was excited there for a Nano-second. The only one I may visit is Wild Orchid. Where is O'Leary's, Lewne's, Joss, Metropolitan, etc. I would rather dine at the Amish Market than most of these! I know I am a food snob, but aren't we all?

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Bad news: few of the better restaurants are participating.
I would rather dine at the Amish Market than most of these!
Yes, the list was sorely lacking. Maybe next year more will join in. But I've had good meals at all four I highlighted, and the last two times I was at Joss were dismal (I'm giving them one more strike because I've been such a loyal fan for years). The legislature is in full swing until April 10, so the better places are crawling with expense accounters and don't need a RW to fill tables. Hence, virtually no restaurants in the shadow of the State House joined in.
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