Place has a decent tap and bottle list. Food was pretty good as well. Outside patio and love music were ideal for spring/summer weather
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We made reservations for afternoon tea and thouroughly enjoyed the experience. The selection of teas and food variations is extensive. We ordered the colonial high tea which included quiche as an add on. The quiches were wonderful. The savory sandwiches were just okay in comparison...More
My first time at Reynolds Tavern for Afternoon Tea with a group of friends was sadly not what I expected it too be. Although the service was great and the tea was wonderful, the finger sandwiches and scones were just average. The dining room was...More
Loved, loved, LOVED this out door bar. Cozy, beautiful, live music, it was truly the best find every in Annapolis.
The staff was friendly and professional. The "happy hour" consists of $1 off beers and nothing off of wine. Really? No big deal. Our meals were okay. The rockfish was precooked and dry and the veggies were all tepid at best. The crabcakes were okay...More
This was a charming place for dinner with live music is a historical building. You can go more formal and eat in the dining room or go into the dwarvish revolutionary lair in the basement and enjoy the "Tavern". The owners are super charming and...More
We walked in and were hit by a strong smell of mold. We asked about our reservation for 4 people but were told that they only had a table for 3 people, and that we would have to wait 40 mins. This was strange seeing...More
As an Australian I finally found a cafe which sells proper tea and knows what a real high should be like. Great choice of bottomless pot teas and traditional savoury and sweet mini treats served in old style tea ware. Excellent price this fashionable delight...More
Very comfortable, quiet, historic restaurant in a central location. The food was delicious and the waitress was great for our group of 12. We had a very nice meal after our civil ceremony with our closest family. The tea cakes are definitely worth a try.
We opted for the Princess Anne Tea, which includes a cheese plate, and a side of quiche. Our waiter patiently listened as we told him what our requirements were (no red meat, clams or mussels for one of us, no walnuts for the other, no...More