- 26 Ratings
Guided Historic Annapolis Food Tour
Devour Annapolis one bite at a time on a delicious food tour. Explore local cuisine as you check out legendary building designs and structures.
What You Will Do
- Set off on a guided tour around the city of Annapolis, uncovering its diverse food scene and rich past
- Weave in and out of downtown's best restaurants and eateries, checking out local hotspots
- Check out plenty of historic landmarks along the way, including Hammond Harwood House and the Governor’s Mansion
- Devour a huge amount of food, trying everything from crab soup to homemade pasta
- Guided tour
- Food samples
- 26 Ratings
The tour guide was very enthusiastic. Being local, we would have appreciated seeing at least one restaurant that was not "typical". Th food choices were great and we enjoyed the historic background that was given.
The food was amazing! The cream of crab and two friend shrimp were the best part of the meal. The guide we had Carolyn was o.k. She was quirky and the stories she told were fine but the explanation of the stories was odd, like she assumed we knew the beginning of the story or just kept going on with certain things. I would recommend the tour to family and friends.
The tour was long, we only ended at 5:15 so that made it 4 hours 15 minutes. The food stops were very good and quantity of food was also good. It was really a history tour with food stops. Every historical stop was described in great detail, too much detail for my taste. The guide has been giving tours for 25 years and really summoned every fact and detail from here experience. I think the tour could have been 3 hours and been a perfect mix of food and history.
Sam, the tour guide was GREAT! We enjoyed all of the interesting tour information. The food itself was what you would expect as traditional Annapolis food. We would have liked to have had our tour guide also enjoy the food in the tour with us as it did at times feel awkward eating while the tour guide patiently waited for us to eat. Enjoyable.
Our guide was very good in that Carolyn is quite personable and very knowledgeable. The route we walked included interesting sites, and the restaurants were good. The length of the tour was much longer than I expected and longer than I think necessary or would have preferred, and at times it felt like it was being drawn out artificially. I would suggest limiting to no longer than 2 - 2 1/2 hours. If this means less food at each stop so that people aren't stuffed OR perhaps less filling options, so be it. I would have liked to have visited the kitchen of the Hammond-Harwood House.