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Miss Shirley's Finally Opens in Annapolis

Nov 08, 2011 09:40PM ● By Anonymous
Miss Shirley's officially opened its doors at Park Place in Annapolis. I had a chance to visit a couple weeks ago and try out some of the breakfast food, and I'm confident in saying that it is a welcome addition to the Annapolis restaurant scene. For more information, check out this presser I just received:

Third location opens near Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on West Street

WHAT: Power breakfasts, family brunches, business lunches, welcome home celebrations -- Miss Shirleyʼs Cafe Annapolis is ready to feed these needs of Annapolitans. This third location will seat 160 guests in its main dining room, private room, seated bar and al fresco dining (Mother Natureʼs mood permitting).

WHERE: 1 Park Place, Annapolis, MD 21401. Adjacent to The Westin Annapolis. 410–268–5171.

WHEN: 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sunday, and holidays

WHO: Restauranteurs Eddie and David Dopkin (also father and son), Executive Chef Matt Campbell

NOTES: Miss Shirleyʼs Café features Southern-inspired fare with a Maryland twist and as been recognized by Food Network Magazineʼs “Best Breakfast Dish in Maryland,” as well as voted “Best Breakfast,” “Best Brunch,” “Best Lunch” and “Best Restaurant for Visitors” in Baltimore Magazineʼs Readersʼ Poll.

Miss Shirleyʼs Café first opened in Roland Park in 2005 and was created in loving memory of Miss Shirley McDowell, a longtime cook at The Classic Catering People (Dopkinʼs family-owned catering company).

The late Miss Shirleyʼs classic recipes, including Meatloaf, Texas Brisket and Salmon Cakes, inspired Corporate Executive Chef Brigitte Bledsoe to create a menu of breakfast, brunch and lunch menu offerings that satisfy stomach and soul.