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Annapolis: Need a fine dining recommendation....

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Am looking for an upscale restaurant with a large dining room. Generally well dressed clientele. Has at least one room, with many tables. I have a lady to take out and a setting like that would be perfect for her to make an entrance and maintain it.

 

Annapolis area preferred. Baltimore will also be considered.

 

Any and all recommendations are welcome.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Pers

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Chart House

 

Agreed. It may be a chain but it is excellent and the service is outstanding.

 

Last time I ate at Harry Browne's the food wasn't too good.

 

Maria's right across from McGarvey's isn't bad either. Good Martinis and decent Italian food.

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You should probably check out any place first alone (stop in for a drink) before committing to a spot based on our recommendations.

 

For example, my favorite is Boatyard Bar & Grill in Eastport, but then again, I like the fishing theme and quality seafood. For drinks, Ram's Head is safe, especially when they have live music, but could be too casual for you.

 

http://www.boatyardbarandgrill.com/

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Am looking for an upscale restaurant with a large dining room. Generally well dressed clientele. Has at least one room, with many tables. I have a lady to take out and a setting like that would be perfect for her to make an entrance and maintain it.

 

Annapolis area preferred. Baltimore will also be considered.

 

Any and all recommendations are welcome.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Pers

 

 

 

My wife loves (these are not crab or bar and grill type places...more of the Annapolis Yatcht Club crowd):

 

Carrol's Creek: https://plus.google.com/101191049336494924377/photos?hl=en#101191049336494924377/photos?hl=en

 

http://www.carrolscreek.com/

 

or

 

Severn Inn: http://severninn.com/

 

 

 

Nothing in HoCo that can touch either for views and ambiance. Food pretty good in both. Dress is upscale, but casual...ie, coat and tie not required (although some will be wearing a coat). Rememebr, Annapolis is a boating/sailing town...so casual is the preferred attire. If you want stuffy, go to Washington.

 

 

A bit more casual, but if you wanted to combine dinner with show/entertainment, consider Ram's Head Tavern, in Annapolis:

 

http://www.ramsheadtavern.com/annapolis/

 

On stage right now at Rams Head: http://www.ramsheadonstage.com/

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Nevermind, I just noticed your post was nearly 2 months ago.

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Harry Brownes on the Circle.

 

for a treat go to the upstairs bar of Harry Brownes

 

You can see members of the MGA getting schnockered

 

especially in the private meeting room in the back

 

When you enter Harry Brownes just follow the stairs up, don't turn right to the main dining room

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If you're in Eastport and want "fine dining," you can try O'Leary's Seafood or Lewnes Steak House.

 

http://www.olearysseafood.com

http://www.lewnessteakhouse.com

 

I think Lewnes is vastly overrated, but a lot of people like the place. (Every time I go there they have trouble cooking the meat medium (pink no blood)--either too rare or too well.)

 

If I want to drink and have pub grub, an old standby is Davis's Pub

http://www.davispub.com

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