Came for lunch on recommendation. Small old Irish bar. Great character. Crab cake sandwich was fantastic. 2 small tables outside. Wish they had more. A little hidden not as touristy.
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This very ambient restaurant has been an Annapolis institution for decades. Long, beautiful antique wood bar. Brass and wood decorations. Great food and ambience.
McGarvey's has been a favorite of mine since 1992, consistently delivering great food and service, until this year. Apparently coinciding with an ownership change, I've seen the food quality go down. A couple of months ago I ate here and had a mediocre experience, but...More
The place was perfect for a post-Naval Academy snack and drink. We had the crab balls and calamari, with a beer for me and a wine for my mom. Harry, our waiter, was excellent!
6 old girl friends were visiting Annapolis for the day & chose McGarvey's for lunch. Everyone got crab cakes, after all we were on the bay! Everyone was very satisfied, portion was adequate , service good, crab cakes were excellent. When you get 6 women...More
Although MicGarvey's is located near the city docks and would appear to be a tourist trap, in fact, it is a local favorite. The food is consistently good (better than most bar food) and the the name of the place fits the ambiance. I've visited...More
Our hotel bellman recommended this spot for lunch, and we loved it. Try the crab cakes and oysters, they're great!
The bar scene is populated by a lot of locals and the sailing/boating community. Nice environment. Food is typical pub fare. Oyster bar is a draw. Chili is good when it is hot. Very good crab dip.