What's Up? Easter Tea, That's a Wrap! What's Up? Re-Cap & Dean Rosenthal
Apr 02, 2015 04:00PM ● Published by Cate Reynolds
Call today to get tickets to this special event. 410 266.6287, ext 132. Seating is limited and assigned. When purchasing tickets online or by phone, please place seating requests at that time. No refunds.
Many thanks to our sponsors: Loews Annapolis Hotel, Tooth Fairy Smiles, Spice Islands Wicker, Saint Mary’s Parish Annapolis Elementary School, and Naptown Nannies.
Sunday Brunch is already an Annapolis tradition but Easter Sunday Brunch is always something special! Enjoy family time and delicious eats, a feast for your eyes at my Top 5 Easter Sunday Brunch locales…
Baroak Cookhouse and Taproom is brand new on the scene and serving up scrumptious Brunch items. Special Easter Brunch menu includes the following options: Grilled Lamb Steak, House-Cured Ham, Native Sluke, and Southern Fried Chicken. Reservations required.
Carpaccio Tuscan Kitchen and Wine Bar Enjoy an Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet with an Italian twist! Bellinis, Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and House Champagne will be served at half price. Reservations required.
Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa Easter Breakfast Buffet and Easter Bunny visit are at the Rod ‘N’ Reel Restaurant where their party will be hoppin’! Easter Breakfast Buffets are available by reservation for parties of 8 or more. Easter Bunny visits will be from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 3 - 6 p.m.
Miss Shirley’s Café For those who love brunch more than dinner, Miss Shirley’s Café rightly begs the question, “Why should dinner have all the fun?” Sunday Brunch is served from 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. No reservations required.
Iron Rooster This new restaurant serves up a new twist on traditional comfort food. Join them for a tasty Easter Bunch and see what all the buzz is about. No reservations required.
That’s a Wrap! What’s Up? Re-Cap – Annapolis Film Festival
The Annapolis Film Festival was a great success! In its third year the festival had more patrons than ever. Their theme this year was “Talk Movie to Me”. It was fun to make friends in line and talk movies, and well worth the wait to see these special films. Following is my re-cap on the four films I had the privilege of seeing during fest. Don’t worry, no spoiler alerts required. For more information visit AnnapolisFilmFestival.com.
Fifteen Minutes With Dean Rosenthal, Local Bluesman and Bob Dylan Aficionado
What’s Up? talks with true-blue Bluesman Dean Rosenthal about his 40th Anniversary Party at Rams Head On Stage on Monday, April 6th at 8 p.m. and we talk about him coming up as a musician and the positive evolution of the local music scene in Annapolis over the years. You may have seen him perform at The Chesapeake Bay Blues Festivals over the years or your local watering hole. If you haven’t heard him play yet, check out our local treasure, Dean Rosenthal. He may play the Blues but the sounds that come out of his slide guitar playing will make your ears happy!