Historic Annapolis Food Tour

Capital City Colonials

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Activity #918
Rating Summary:
Rating: 4.7  52 rating points
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Last 6 months 11 26 0 = 26 100% 4.6
Last 12 months 21 52 0 = 52 100% 4.7
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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
Good food and history with an entertaining guide
Sat, Jul 11, 09   11:00 AM magskane Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
This tour was a lot of fun. Lots of interesting details/history about Annapolis are provided by a guide who really knows her stuff. She makes the experience enjoyable for all - and you get great food to sample along the way to boot.
Rating: 5
Great way to start weekend in Annapolis
Sat, May 30, 09   11:00 AM jzaremba Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Other
My husband and I went to Annapolis for a short, weekend trip to celebrate our anniversary, and we started our trip off with the Saturday morning Annapolis Food & History Tour. We had read great reviews of the tour, and we agree with all the good comments we read. We got a good mix of Annapolis history and tasty bites along the way. The tour moved quickly, and we heard just enough info about each area we visited. We felt like through the tour we got a good feel of Annapolis and it's eats. The food was tasty, and I'm super picky. It was a combination of historic or local-flavored food as well as yummy eats that are common elsewhere like Italian gelato. Susan, who we assume is the owner, was our tour guide, and she made the day quite fun. We did end up visiting at least one of the places we went to on the tour the next day, so it was great to be exposed to it. My husband and I are 30, and the rest of the group was a mix of ages, individuals, and couples. A great tour for any adult!
Rating: 5
A great tour
Sat, May 9, 09   11:00 AM sonjakirwan Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
The food tour was a great way to see Annapolis. We got just enough info about each location - not exessive details, just the right amount of time to enjoy each stop. The food was diverse and was a great way to break up the walking. We enjoyed having the ear pieces so that we didn't have to constantly surround our guide. It gave everybody a little room to spread out. Very entertaining - lots of fun!
Rating: 5
Lots of Fun and Food
Sat, May 9, 09   11:00 AM KLCMorgan Female 30-39 Combination Couple on a Date
We had so much fun. The guide was wonderful, the food was great, and the weather was perfect for a nice stroll around Annapolis seeing all of the historical gems. I would recommend skipping breakfast before this tour.
Rating: 5
Informative and fun!
Sat, May 9, 09   11:00 AM wendybonny Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
The tour guide did a great job of representing the people of the colonial era while also really relating to each and every participant in the tour. The amount of food was good- not too much, not too little and a good variety. Each of the shop and restaurant owners were friendly and happy to see us and share some history, too.
Rating: 5
Great way to see Annapolis
Sat, Apr 25, 09   11:00 AM BethMed Female 30-39 Local Couple on a Date
What a fantastic, unique way to get to know Annapolis! Our guide was wonderful. The headsets provided allowed us to take our time walking, yet still not miss out on any of the wonderful information. The walking was very comfortable, and not at all strenuous - this coming from a very pregnant woman. The tour was informative and fun. The food was amazing.
Rating: 5
Informative, entertaining and well worth it.
Sat, Apr 11, 09   11:00 AM gjdavis Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
Lots of interesting and historical places to see. The food was good and the restaurants were very hospitable. Even the rain we had that day put No damper on the fun we all had. Great tour!!!!!!!!!!!
Rating: 2
Mildly fun but not worth the money
Sat, Apr 11, 09   11:00 AM chappy711 Male 20-29 Unspecified Unspecified
The information on the tour was fun. The guide was very informative about the historical significance of almost every house we saw on the tour. The disappointing part was the food. You get maybe half a bite of food at each stop. It's not enough to even experience the place you stopped at. And I had to buy lunch afterward because I was still hungry. This tour would be better if it was more like $20 a person. It definitely is not worth the money.
Rating: 5
Fun and Worth It All
Fri, Sep 26, 08   11:00 AM mdwadams Male 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
Our guide was great! She was knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The food on the tour was more than I imagined. It was a great way to enjoy refreshments on the walk while taking in the history. I very highly recommend it.
Rating: 2
I was full from the history lesson...not the food
Sat, Aug 30, 08   11:00 AM currelle Male 20-29 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
i have been on several food tours in NYC and have a formed a baseline for my expectations for the Annapolis food tour. and i can honestly say, the food was subpar. first off, my gf and i where the only two people on the tour. so it was a more one on one experience with the tour guide. Our guide, "squire" james was very friendly and helpful. he was definitely a very knowledgeable in the area and was very fun to hang out with. my gf and i had a blast joking around and taking about each others personal lives. the various tour stops along the way were nice mix of both historic locations and more modern tourist spots. food wise..i thought it was sub par. first we had some ice coffee and some book store/cafe. nothing special. then some fried crab balls at some tavern. (ehh..it was so so). then some gelato (bleh...i was getting sick from all the weird food in my belly). the some crab dip at philips (food was so so...bread was kinda stale...they gave us nice souvenir glasses). had some fried coconut shrimp (nothing special). had some more ice cream (was getting sick from all the weird food combos) my 2 cents...dont go expecting a great meal from it...we ended up getting beers and burgers afterwords which was 100x better then everything we ate before this. the historic tour of the city was worth it...so feeding us along the way was a decent bonus.