The Annapolis Food Tour has been enjoyed by thousands of locals and visitors since 2006, bringing together the best elements of the city within three hours.
Your highly trained guide will give you a full cultural, historic, and architectural tour of the area while stopping at a number of local restaurants throughout the
way to enjoy small plate dishes, or tastings.
While at each restaurant, you will learn about its history, importance within the community, and meet the chefs whenever possible.
Once seated, you will enjoy a specially designed dish which brings together the house specialties while staying true to the culinary history of the area.
Your Food Tour may include the following specialties
Specialties from a tavern frequented by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin
Locally sourced dishes from one of the regions top restaurants
Authentic 18th century popovers
Award winning she crab soup
Premium specialty coffee from a family run coffeehouse
Smith Island Cake
We will see a number of additional historic sites throughout the Food tour including the following:
Advance purchase recommended, tours sell out in advance.
Sands House: This house has been in the family some 239 years and is a repository of things left behind by six generations. You will be welcomed to this private home of the Sands family by Ann Jensen, great-great-great-great-granddaughter of John and Ann Sands.
The kitchen of the
Hammond-Harwood House, a grand Anglo-Palladian
house built in 1774 by one of the America's first true architects,
Maryland's State House, which is the oldest state house in
continuous legislative use in the country and the place
where George Washington resigned his commission as commander-in-chief from the Continental Army.
The Maryland Inn, built in 1772,
is the first structure in Annapolis designed to be a hotel, and
not just a house that could serve interchangeably as a residence,
shop or tavern. We won't leave here before enjoying some of their amazing popovers.
The amount of food consumed in total at all stops is enough to be considered lunch (and dessert) for the average person. Food costs and historic venue fees are covered in your tour ticket price. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
If you are visiting the city, we suggest taking our food tour at the beginning of your stay in Annapolis so you can return to enjoy these wonderful eating establishments and historical sites at your leisure. This is the best introduction to Annapolis, Maryland offered!