Day trip to Annapolis

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  1. TheFunGuy

    TheFunGuy Initiate (0) Dec 27, 2011 Virginia

    First time there, doing tourist trip. Next Monday.

    What is the best place to park and best route to journey to have the best seafood small plates and beer experience? We will get there about 10-10:30.
     
  2. RC51Mike

    RC51Mike Initiate (161) Dec 17, 2004 South Carolina

    There is a convenient parking garage just off Main St but we always park free on the street in Eastport and walk over. We tend to end up at Boatyard Bar and Grill. Not huge craft beer selection but good reasonably priced seafood.
     
  3. TheFunGuy

    TheFunGuy Initiate (0) Dec 27, 2011 Virginia

    Heros.Too far to walk to from the main tourist area, but great pub food and beer selection.

    Everything in the Dock Street area was the standard 6-10 draft list. Dock Street Bar and Grill had bottles only, and only 8 of them were good, but great crabcakes.
     
  4. Jeffreysan

    Jeffreysan Initiate (0) Apr 12, 2013 Maryland
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  5. lackenhauser

    lackenhauser Poo-Bah (2,247) Dec 10, 2002 Maryland
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    I always park in the garage off of West St-I believe that's Gott's garage. Rams head never fails to satisfy me. Wife and I like the Irish pub on the main drag. Solid food and a decent enough beer list to get by on. Ooops just re-read you are looking for seafood small plates, sorry. Parking wise you should be early enough to get into a garage and be fine.
     
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