1093 AD is the time, you are one of a thousand guests of the royal family, at a royal tournament. Feast on a hearty four course banquet served medieval style. Fearless knights on horseback compete in games of skill and accuracy. It is great fun for the whole family!
The price may seem a bit high, but considering you get to travel back in time, experience an evening of thrilling entertainment and a four course dinner, it's really a bargain
Favorite Dish: The Bill of Fare includes:
Pastry of the Castle
If you love crab cakes, this is the only place to go in Maryland for them....PERIOD. If you ask anyone from Maryland where to get the best crab cakes, they will tell you G&M! There are other places that come close, but there is only one G&M. The cakes are the size of softballs and taste awesome! They even send them around the country mail order so they are known nationwide.
Favorite Dish: Although, their signature dish is crab cakes, my favorite is actually their crab soup and their cherry cheese cake.....excellent.
After I moved from Northern Virginia, I was afraid that I wouldn't find good Korean food near my new home and would have to make the 90 minute trek back to Virginia just to get my "fix". Well, my search is over. I found Woo Chon (actually pronounced "Oo Chon" in Korean) using Yelp. The reviews were not that good, so I knew it must be authentic and I had to try it.
Well, I have been there twice now...once for dinner and once for lunch and neither time has been a disappointment. It is very authentic, right down to the Korean newspaper machines outside and the small bottle of yogurt served after your meal. It's not much to look at on the outside, but the food is off the charts. For those looking for some watered-down fusion Chinese Korean wannabe eatery, this place is NOT it. It is if someone froze a little mom and pop place in Pyongtaek and shipped it to the US untouched. They even serve barley tea while you wait for your food.
However, I must warn those not familiar with true authentic Korean places that there are nice carpeted floors. There is a big TV on the wall playing Korean programs and Korean ballads playing in the background. You may even see them cleaning the fresh bean sprouts for future dishes right at a table next to you. It will be bare and maybe a little uninviting to the uninitiated...probably the cause of some of the low Yelp scores. I guarantee that the low scores are from people who have never traveled to Korea and not used to the atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: I have no favorite dish as of yet. However, I will comment that the side dishes are plentiful and always of the best and freshest quality.
We stopped at Gourmet Shish Kabob with an Afghan friend who had a mad hunger for food from home. Kabobs are common in South Asian and Middle Eastern cooking, so we weren't positive where the restaurant was from, but "shish kabob" means "lung kabob" in Dari, so we were pretty sure it wasn't Afghan. Turns out the restaurant was Indian/Pakistani with a mix of kabobs and curries.
We wandered up to the fat, lazy man at the counter who gleefully explained the menu to us, the only customers in the entire restaurant. We ordered a few different kabob plates and a curry meal along with rice and naan bread. The owner just sat behind his counter and when the meal was ready yelled over to us so we could get the trays with our food. The food was tasty and the portions large. Not the best kabobs ever, but good.
Later I learned Gourmet Shish Kabob was the cover for an Iraqi spy named Saubhe Jassim Al-Dellemy who covertly assisted Saddam Hussein's administration for two decades. Apparently the restaurant's location near the National Security Agency helped gather intelligence information from the US. He later plead guilty, admitting to "using his restaurant as a meeting place and passing information to Iraqi agents.” Dellemy was born in Iraq, came to the US in the 1980s, became a citizen in 2000, and was arrested in December 2008.
Jaspers has two locations in Maryland. I have been to the one in Crofton which is now closed, and also the one in Prince Frederick
9640 Lottsford Court
Largo, MD 20774
Hours of Operation
Sunday - 10:00 AM - MIDNIGHT
Monday - Thursday - 11:30AM - 1:00AM
Friday - Saturday - 11:30AM - 2:00AM
Kitchen closes one hour before restaurant
Come check out our giant, full wall TV as we feature the Redskins every time they play.
Jasper's American Grille
60 Sherry Lane
Prince Frederick, MD
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday 11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday 11:30am - 12:00am
Saturday 11:00am - 12:00am
Sunday 11:00am - 10:00pm
At Jasper's life is pretty casual...except in our kitchens! Our in-house food fanatics are passionate about the quality of our ingredients and made from scratch recipes. Featuring aged premium beef, hand-cut by our expert butchers ALL COOKED OVER OUR HICKORY WOOD-BURNING GRILLS Fresh fish filleted daily. Our signature rolls are baked in our kitchen every 20 minutes. We use seasonal fresh vegetables and produce GROWN LOCALLY.
Casual takes on a new meaning in our bar, featuring 12 jumbo screens. We're always open until the game is over. Remember, the food is hot and the drinks are cold, so come on in and hang out with us for a while.
We had many problems locating a restaurant in Annapolis where we could sit outside close to the habor. We found it with this bar - therefore we never saw the interior.
On a huge sign they said that they made the best crabcakes in Annapolis which seemed to us as a tourist trap teller.
But we chosed to try their crabcakes anyway.
The restaurant was a bit busy so the service wasn't the best but I don't have any huge complaints.
Favorite Dish: The crabcakes was really good and felt fresh. It was my first and until now the only crabcake so I have nothing to compare it to but the table next to us also had compliments about the crabcakes.
I had the crabcake sandwhich and we also tried the Dock Street Burger which was nothing out of the ordinary.
Favorite Dish: The New Italian Market
The Village at Waugh Chapel
2404 Brandermill Blvd.
Gambrills, MD 21054
126 Defense Highway - Annapolis, MD 21401
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 11 am-10 pm
Fri-Sat. 11 am - 11 pm
Sun. Noon - 9 pm
The restaurant also has a store and catering business associated with it.
For her 91st birthday, my sister and I took my mom down to the Inner Harbor, and after we took the water taxi around, we ended up here to eat lunch.
AE Phillips opened his first crab processing plant on Hoopers Island, MD around 1916. He and his wife opened a little crab shack in Ocean City in the mid 50s to have an outlet for the crab meat of the processing plant. Now while they have a couple of restaurants outside of Maryland including one in D.C., this is primarily a Maryland company. They sell seafood over the internet in addition to in their restaurants and stores.
Phillips Harborplace, Baltimore, MD
Phillips Flagship, Washington, DC
Monday through Friday lunch buffet: $14.99
Monday through Friday dinner buffet: $25.99
Saturday & Sunday brunch and dinner buffet: $25.99
for Phillips Seafood Buffet information for Ocean City, MD, please visit www.phillipsoc.com
Menu selection varies by restaurant location.
Prices are subject to change without notice.
Snow Crab Leg Clusters
Steamed Spiced Shrimp (Washington, DC only)
Steamed Crabs (in season)
Steamed Clams & Mussels
PHILLIPS TRADITIONAL FAVORITES
Crab Cakes (seasonal) (Baltimore, MD only)
Crab Imperial (Baltimore, MD only)
Baked, Fried & Blackened Fish of the Day
Fried Shrimp & Hush Puppies
Made to Order Italian Pastas
Fresh Steamed Vegetables
Hand Carved Meats
Ethnic Station - Changes every 4-6 weeks
(Washington, DC only)
SOUPS & SALADS
Phillips Famous Vegetable Crab Soup
New England Clam Chowder
Tossed, Caesar & Vegetable Salads
Fresh Fruit Display
Whole Pies, Cakes & Tortes
Soft Frozen Yogurt... and much more!!!
Favorite Dish: Phillips Harborplace
301 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
900 Water Street SW
Washington, DC 20024
Phillips Annapolis Harbor
Phillips Annapolis Harbor Crab Deck
12 Dock Street
Annapolis, MD 21404
1807 21st Avenue North
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Phillips Crab House
2004 Philadelphia Avenue
Ocean City, MD 21842
Phillips Seafood House
14101 Coastal Highway
Ocean City, MD 21842
Phillips By The Sea
13th Street & the Boardwalk
Ocean City, MD 21842
The food here is always wonderful and fresh. Most lunches are under $10.00. Kids meals are about $4.00 with a drink. Great bay front deck and dining. Watch the sun set while you eat on the open deck!
Onion Soup au Gratin $3.95
Seafood Chowder $2.95/cup $3.95/bowl
A hearty red stew made with fresh crab, shrimp, scallops, and fresh vegetables.
Baked Brie $7.95
Steamed Clams (12) $7.95
Clams on the Half Shell (6) $4.50
Clams Casino (6) $7.95
Baked with garlic butter, herb bread crumbs and provolone cheese.
Shrimp Cocktail (5) $7.95
Five jumbo Gulf shrimp.
Mushroom Imperial $6.95
Large mushroom caps stuffed with crab imperial and topped with imperial sauce.
Salad Bar only $7.95
Caesar Salad $5.95
Fresh Romaine tossed with croutons, parmesan and Caesar dressing.
Field Greens $7.95
Land & Sea Buffet
Every Sunday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. for Brunch! It's "All You Can Eat!"
Lump Crab Imperial $17.95
Lumps of back fin crabmeat with delicate seasonings.
Golden Fried Shrimp $16.95
Back fin Crab Cakes $18.95
Stuffed Gulf Shrimp $19.95
Stuffed Fillet of Flounder $17.95
Seafood Lovers $20.95
selection of broiled shrimp, sea scallops, fillet of flounder, and an all-lump crab cake.
Shrimp Linguine $19.95
Yellowfin Tuna $19.95
Soy seared and served over mashers with wilted spinach, ***ake mushrooms and roasted peppers. Sided with wasabi and a roasted red pepper sauce.
Fried Local Favorite $17.95
An all-lump crab cake, 3 jumbo fried shrimp and 6 fresh sea scallops
Neptune Steamed Platter $17.95
* pound steamed shrimp, a dozen steamed mussels and snow crab clusters.
Chicken Chablis $14.95
Boneless breast sautÈed with ***ake mushrooms, spinach, white wine and garlic butter.
Chicken Cordon Bleu $15.95
Grilled Chicken $17.95
Prime Rib of Beef Admiral's Cut $20.95 Regular Cut $17.95
New York Strip $15.95
Filet Mignon $19.95
Tuscan New York Strip $18.95
Our 10-ounce strip
Imperial Filet $24.95
Our 8-ounce filet grilled and topped with crab imperial.
Water front dining. Beautiful luxury yachts parked right in front of your table. New owner recently put some money in the place and the chef is the best in 100 mile radius. Servers are top shelf like the food, the atmosphere, the view...can you tell I like it here?
Watch people jet ski while you eat. Sit outside, listen to Reggae music. Dance with your children!!! When is the last time you danced with your children on the water front? You NEVER out grow this, and they better not either!
Wonderful atmosphere, food and service, nautical these of course. They have private dining in the main building and banquets for large groups in an other.
Favorite Dish: Schaefer's Canal House Crab Cakes (Your choice of Broiled or Fried), Take them broiled, all lump meat! Best Crab Cakes on the East Coast!!!
I am an expert on this subject, ask anyone
The Bagdasian family opened "Adam's the Place for Ribs" in 1981 after operating at the original location in Edgewater, Maryland as a neighborhood restaurant since 1965. They have since opened four other locations. They also cater events such as Golf Tournaments or weddings (catering truck in photo 5), and they will deliver their ribs anywhere in the US.
Available at Five Convenient Locations:
Adam's Ribs Edgewater (this is the original one)
169 Mayo Road
Edgewater, MD 21037
Adam's Ribs Prince Frederick (this is one I've eaten at)
2200 Solomon's Island Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Adam's Ribs Severna Park
589 Baltimore & Annapolis Blvd.
Severna Park, MD 21146
Adam's Ribs Eastport
921C Chesapeake Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21403
Adam's Ribs Salisbury
PO Box 299, Rt. 13
Fruitland, MD 21826
Favorite Dish: I considered having the coconut shrimp appetizer, but eventually settled for a small rack for $10.95 with a side of green beans (the vegetable of the day $1.75), pink lemonade and a home made key lime pie. I thought the green beens had a little too much garlic, but they were fresh ones, and nicely cooked. The meat was spicy and could be eaten from the bones with a fork.
Bob had a regular small rack (I didn't want the french fries that came with that which is why I ordered ala cart) for $12.95, and iced tea.
The soup of the day was cream of crab, and they also had steaks, rockfish, tuna, crab cakes and other seafood.
The second time we went, I had a half chicken and cream of crab soup, and Bob had a regular small rack again.
As far as restaurants my boss has chosen on auction trips go, this was one of the better ones. No, it was not in the Inner Harbour of Baltimore (in fact it was much better than that one), but rather in the suburb of Linthicum Heights near B.W.I. south of the city and near our hotel. Those who judge a restaurant based on the outside will be disappointed, but trust me, walk right in and get some food. There was a rather large group of us and the service was great. The menu is diverse. For those not keen on seafood, they offer a wide range of Greek and Italian food too.
Favorite Dish: Although crab cakes are the signature dish (they're so popular, they have a mail order business on the side), I ordered the fried scallops. I have loved fried scallops since I was a kid at the beach, getting adult portions as young as age 5. I don't like crab cakes because they are bound together oftentimes with mayonnaise (in my opinion, the lowest culinary ingredient in existence). You could get two vegetables with it and I had the side salad and baked potato. The portions were enough that I didn't go back to the hotel hungry. The scallops were cooked perfectly (in the blink of an eye, you can overcook scallops and they become little rubber balls). The baked potato was great too, but would it have killed them to go beyond lettuce, tomato, and onions in the salad?
My boss keeps strange hours to eat, taking supper at 4.30pm. That was a long pull until breakfast, so on my own dime, I found this reasonably-priced restaurant cattywampus from the Red Roof Inn in Lanham the night before a liquidation of a recently-closed supermarket a couple of years earlier. The design of this restaurant was most unusual. You enter at the top and place your order to the cook in a very tiny and very modest kitchen with old equipment. From there, you step down into the dining room in a larger, but still small sunken area below.
Favorite Dish: Many Italian restaurants often offer some Greek food. I had the gyro without white sauce and with a side of fries.
Dinner was just terrible here. It was slow , cold and tasteless. It was next to the Comfort Inn where we satyed so we thought we'd try it . A mistake , should have ordered pizza!!If you are travelling through like we did , pass on this one.
Unusual combinations make this restaurant's menu come alive.
Favorite Dish: Eaten there once on 21 March 2008. Had the pizza that comes with artichoke hearts. Was covered in cheese and delicous. Microbrews and a well stocked bar with beer and wine completes the dining experience. I will eat at Red Star again!
Waitress could have been more atentive to my order because she brought out an incorrect meal meant for another table. My collegue was polite enough to wait until my pizza arrived about 5 minutes later before commencing.
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