To anyone that knows Chef Victor Scotto, it should be no surprise he recently took over the kitchen at Mama Lucia in Annapolis.
Not that long ago, I visited Sam's Pizza in St. Michaels. There, I had a delicious lunch of a shrimp and artichoke pizza.
Pope’s Tavern at the Oxford Inn
Summer meets fall in this month’s delicious dish, prepared by Main Ingredient’s executive chef Geoffrey B. Williams.
Cold water seafood turns into a heartwarming, succulent dish; mussels, clams, lobster, shrimp, and calamari coalesce with a fish stock and tomato-based risotto with hints of brine and, surprisingly, cherry.
Patience is a virtue and in the case of this month’s recipe, that virtue is greatly rewarded with a velvety, delicious seafood dish that echoes classic French cuisine.
Cook like Julia Child, eat like King Louis XIV, and entertain like the Hiltons. Sounds impossible and yet it’s not with the simple dish, Sea Bass Annapolitan, as prepared by Chef Randall Ballard of Federal House Bar & Grille in Downtown Annapolis.
If Poseidon, God of the Sea, made a trip from the waters of the Mediterranean to those of the Chesapeake, he’d probably chose Maria’s Sicilian Ristorante & Café for a scrumptious dinner; especially for the restaurant’s signature (and namesake) dish; Seafood Maria’s.
Meet Yama; a new sushi bar on the Annapolis dining scene, located next to Griffins West End Grill on busy West Street.
Delicious, traditional German cuisine is the hallmark of Chef Dirk Dressen’s culinary training and current practice at the Old Stein Inn.