Some history-focused city tours can feel stale. Spice up your visit to Annapolis on this guided tour that combines history with food. Visit historic sites and hear fascinating stories while enjoying a series of dishes from downtown restaurants, which may include a tavern frequented by Washington, Jefferson, and Franklin, and a local lobbyists' favorite lunch spot.
Make a history tour more appealing by combining it with food
Visit historic landmarks and eateries: Includes delicious dishes at each
Hear lesser-known stories about Annapolis history
Get local tips for further exploration from your guide
I have been on a handful of food tours in the US & Canada and this one I would rate as mediocre. The amount of walking was just right. The highlights on the history of Annapolis were good. However, the places we had samplers could be refined.
Harry Brown's was excellent - Maryland She Soup & Crab empadada (excellent apps & atmosphere & water)
?? crowded establishment - raw oyster & 1 ounce of some type of beer - I would recommend to find another establishment with a more unique appetizer and add a specialty cocktail.
Irish Pub - 3 samplers which were too much as most of us could not finish (water). I would recommend 2 appetizers and an Irish coffee.
Red Red Wine - pizza & cake & water (tasty unique pizza) I would recommend a sampler of red or white glass of wine.
I think the tour would have been better if another establishment offered dessert instead of a combo at the last one.