Devour Annapolis one bite at a time on a delicious food tour. Explore local cuisine as you check out legendary building designs and structures.
Cancellation:  No refunds for cancelled bookings
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- 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
If you are bringing children below the age of 7 and they will not be eating the dishes, you do not need to purchase tickets for them. However, please do let us know if you will be attending with an infant or young child when you purchase tickets.
Oct 30, 2019
We think this tour has great potential, but the timing and food selections could be improved. We spent the first hour learning about history and not eating any food then we went from the first restaurant to the second in a span of maybe 5 minutes. We did not like the second restaurant, the Irish food and felt the flavors did not mix well with the excellent cream of crab soup and crab empanadas from the first restaurant. The oyster shooters were good and the last restaurant with the flatbread and chocolate cake was by far the best.
Oct 21, 2019
Yesterday I finally went on my Annapolis food tour with my husband. It was a historic walking tour with delicious food. We hit 4 restaurants: Harry Brown's, Galway Irish, Middleton's and Red Red Wine Bar. Carolyn, our tour guide, made it fun and was extremely knowledgeable. It was full of history, little secrets you would never know and ghost tales.
Aug 12, 2019
The food was great, I just thought a little less history of Annapolis would have been better.
Meeting location:  26 West St
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