Historic Annapolis Food Tour

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Activity #918
Rating Summary:
Rating: 4.5  49 rating points
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Last 3 months 5 8 1 = 7 80% 4.0
Last 6 months 12 24 1 = 23 91% 4.3
Last 12 months 22 50 1 = 49 95% 4.5
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Historic Annapolis Food Tour

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An award winning food tasting and history adventure awaits you! Tastings include gelato, crab, cabbage rolls, pop-overs and more!

Rating Date Attended Sort Descending Reviewer Gender Age Where From? Group Type?
Rating: 5
Great Deal
Sat, Jun 5, 10   11:00 AM yiu1324 Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
For the price this really is a good deal. You get to taste a bunch of different things for a nominal fee. Everything seemed to fit perfectly from one place to another. At times it was a bit rushed because we were a little behind schedule, but still nothing bad to say about this experience.
Rating: 5
Very Good
Sat, Jun 5, 10   11:00 AM smrvos Female 30-39 Local Family Without Children
Very Good
Rating: 5
The best tour we have ever been on!
Sat, May 29, 10   11:00 AM JTFOOTE Female 50-59 Local Family Without Children
We just got back from spending the weekend in Annapolis. During our stay we went on the history and food tour with Susan being our guide. it was 31/2 hours of great history and even better food. We stopped at 11 different restaurants and sampled their food. We also had a history lesson on the way. We were stuffed by the time the tour ended and we had a real good idea of where we were going for dinner!! I would recommend this tour to any adult wanting a good time with good food. We stayed in the Maryland Inn which is one of the Historic Inns of America and loved that too. The breakfast at the Treaty of Paris Restaurant was fantastic!! Sharon in Quakertown
Rating: 5
wonderful and filling
Sat, May 22, 10   11:00 AM rdhovermale Male 50-59 Combination Other
great tour that samples a little bit of everything from crab and shrimp to wine and beer to ice cream and gelato. The history was of Annapolis was also very well done. Susan, our tour guide, was outstanding.
Rating: 4
Fun Afternoon Event
Sat, May 15, 10   11:00 AM dkbinbalt Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
We have been to Annapolis before but who knew what we walked past had so much history behind it. Definately an eye opener.
Rating: 5
Perfect length and content
Sat, May 1, 10   11:00 AM josephdick Male 30-39 Local Couple on a Date
Content and length of tour was just perfect. The food balanced out to be a complete lunch.
Rating: 5
Wonderful and Entertaining!
Sat, Apr 24, 10   11:00 AM peggykang Female 30-39 Local Unspecified
This was probably the highlight of our Annapolis trip (besides the food!). Our tour guide Susan was funny, knowledgeable, warm, and knew everyone's name in the group within 5 minutes of meeting each other. She routinely got us involved in the history behind Annapolis and we visited great places that we wouldn't have gotten on the trolley tour or on our own. The food we sampled was delicious and more than enough for even my husband -- we did not go hungry. Because we stopped often and were able to sit, it didn't feel like a mile walk, either. The other wonderful feature of this tour is that they all give us headsets so we could listen to Susan as if she was standing right next to us. I wish they had this for the US Naval Academy tour because otherwise I wouldn't have heard anything she said. I would highly recommend this tour to anybody who is interested in learning about Annapolis!
Rating: 5
Unexpected Entertainment in downtown Annapolis
Sat, Apr 17, 10   11:00 AM CandaceWeir Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
We would recommend Susan's tour to all comers. Do this one first. That way you get to sample the decor and food of various restaurants. Make your reservations later. All venues were extremely welcoming as well a passers- by on the sidewalks. (Watch out for uneven bricks) Several locals invited us into their homes as well. It happened to be the annual Croquet Match weekend...What a Hoot! We detoured a block to the edge of St. John's campus due to a fire across the street from our Irish Cabbage Rolls stop. Amazing how those fire trucks negotiate the narrow streets. We were not able to sample there but the tour was great anyway. The "ear buds" are a good idea too as well as the easily read map and discount coupons provided at the end of the tour.
Rating: 5
Delicious Tour
Sat, Apr 3, 10   11:00 AM dpbev61 Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
This tour was very enjoyable. The food samples were delicious with a nice variety and the history of the area was very interesting. Susan, our tour guide, was very friendly. I would highly recommend this tour if you have never been to Annapolis. The transistor ear pieces were great so that we didn't miss any of the tour as our guide was often walking ahead of us to our next stop.
Rating: 5
Fun and well organized
Sat, Nov 14, 09   10:45 AM wjkane Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
My wife and I spent the weekend in Annapolis in Nov. 2009. We decided to learn about the city and eat some food as well. The tour was very informative and fun. The leader, Susan was fantastic and very personable and fun. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking to learn some neat things about Annapolis history and just have a fun experience.