Annapolis Restaurant Week
The Downtown Annapolis Partnership (DAP) and Visit Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (VAAAC) invite you to mark your calendars now for Annapolis Restaurant Week, Saturday, March 20 through Sunday, March 28. This year restaurants have come together to deliver Annapolis' food and drink scene the way you want it. From carryout bargains and cocktails to-go, to dining out and gift cards to save for later. In the event's 13th year, this is the one to Go All Out.
With more than 40 establishments in Annapolis participating in the event each year, it's the perfect opportunity to try that little-known restaurant you've been meaning to sample, or indulge in local favorites. Fixed-price menus make for an enjoyable tasting of some of the area's most popular restaurants, without consuming your wallet in the process. Annapolis has become a dining destination over the years and this event highlights some of the areas most popular destinations.
For those looking for new experiences, Annapolis has several new restaurants that have opened over the past year. You can also pick restaurants that offer vegetarian and gluten-free options, waterfront views or that are located in historic buildings. There is something for everyone to enjoy!
Out to Eat
Try something new this year and order your Annapolis Restaurant Week meal to-go. From our famous seafood to all-day breakfast, our restaurants have streamlined the carry-out process and made curbside, pick-up and delivery easier than ever. Ensuring your meal "out" tastes just as delicious at home.
Out for Drinks
How about Happy Hour at home? Now you can enjoy Annapolis' great local cocktails from over 40 participating restaurants in the comfort of your home. Restaurants have come up with fun ways for you to enjoy their specialty cocktails to-go. From virtual wine tastings to handcrafted brews, there is something to please every palate.
Out of the House
Annapolis is consistently ranked one of America’s most walkable towns for good reason. This quaint, historic, waterfront town has changed little since its inception in the mid-17th century. 300-year-old buildings now play host to restaurants, pubs, specialty shops and boutiques, art galleries, music venues and so much more all within a small area making it easy to spend a day wandering around Annapolis. But why not make it a weekend? Explore all our region has to offer and make a point to get Out of the House, while taking full advantage of the 2021 Annapolis Restaurant Week.