Each and every Wednesday from May 30th until September 19th (with the exception of July 4th), restaurants on West Street will be taking al fresco dining in historic Downtown Annapolis to a new level.
The first block of West Street (from Church Circle to Calvert Street), located in the heart of the Arts District, will be closed to traffic on Wednesday evenings and with cafe tables reminiscent of the open air cafes in France and the piazzas of Rome, Italy and Venice, Italy. Live music will softly fill the air, and special art exhibits will appear. As the sun sets, an overhead light canopy will fill the air with soft light adding to the ambience.
It's a night of relaxation, dining and fine wines. It's a place for families and friends to come together and for romantic evenings under the stars. For 12 Wednesday evenings from July through September, Dinner under the stars will take place from 6pm to 10pm on the first block of West Street off Church Circle. These evenings are sure to become a new Annapolis tradition where the city can come together and enjoy the culinary arts. As outdoor space is limited, reservations are recommended to secure your place at Dinner Under The Stars. Reservations can be made by calling the restaurants directly or by visiting Dinner Under the Stars online and reserving your table HERE.
Participating restaurants will give you a wide choice of international and hometown flavors. Make your reservations for Dinner under the stars with the following likely participating restaurants; Luna Blu Ristorante, El Toro Bravo, Tsunami Sushi Bar and Lounge, 49 West Coffeehouse, Stan and Joe's Saloon, and Rams Head Tavern Annapolis.
Sign up for an art class and learn to paint during Dinner under the stars at Wine and Design, check out new art exhibits at the galleries on West Street, and check out West Streets newest attraction Mission Escape Rooms - Annapolis.
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Photos courtesy of Ken Tom.