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The Taste: The Point Crab House and Grill

The Point Crab House and Grill shares a stellar recipe with us for the summer season -- Poached Shrimp with Potato Latkes, Avocado, Cucumber, and Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Put on Your Party Hat: Melting Pot Does the Rest

Seeking something different on the local dining out scene? Sharing fondue at the Melting Pot may be for you.

Enter to Win a $50 Gift Certificate to Annapolis Restaurant Week

What’s Up? Media and The Annapolis Partnership are celebrating Annapolis Restaurant Week by giving away $50 gift certificates to year’s participating restaurants

The Taste: Jerry Hardesty, owner of O'Brien's Steakhouse in Annapolis, offers insider perspective on his establishment and shares a dynamite recipe for bone-in pork chops

The rich, red painted brick structure resting at 113 Main Street in downtown Annapolis comes with a long and colorful history.

The Taste: Stan and Joe’s Saloon offers fun food, great music, and camaraderie

Stan & Joe’s, a.k.a. the “Mothership,” saloon and pub stands as an Annapolis rendition of “Cheers” on West Street in the lively historic district.

Dining Scene Annapolis: Halloween Party at Ram's Head Tavern and More

Halloween Party at Ram's Head Tavern, Tap Takeovers at Fishpaws Marketplace, Chef's Table Wine Dinners with Chef Zachary Pope, and more

Dining Scene Eastern Shore: OysterFest at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and More

On Saturday, October 31 the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will host OysterFest, a celebration of the Chesapeake’s favorite bivalve.

Dining Scene Annapolis: Fall Items Now at the Broadneck Grill and Cantina and More

New Happy Hour Specials at Grapes Wine Bar, Customer Appreciation Sale at Bay Ridge Wine and Liquors, and Fall Items now at the Broadneck Grill and Cantina.

The Taste: Interview with Café Mezzanotte’s Owner/Chef, Kosmas “Tommie” Koukoulis

The lush vegetables were the focal point for photography, conversation, and dining.

Restaurant Review: Ruth’s Chris Steak House

More than 100 restaurants nationwide share the Ruth’s Chris logo, but the Annapolis version of this high end chain is one-of-a-kind—the good kind.