Our iced coffees came up immediately and were smooth and full flavored. Pastries looked fresh but we didn't try this visit. Very friendly server.
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I try to give business to locally-owned places when possible, however, if I'm going to spend $5+ on a regular coffee and a pastry (vs. less than $1 at the grocery store), I expect at least a "hello." Instead, I stood at the counter with...More
Good selection and quality of coffees. I was not too excited about the pastry selection or quality. There are other coffee shops in the area with better choices.
This small coffee shop on City Dock is a favorite among locals for their solid and complex brews but don't overlook the delicious homemade muffins, scones and pastries with flavors that rotate daily.
Laid back bar atmosphere, upstairs is usually quiet and open and kid friendly but not downstairs. The fish and chips are excellent, best around, and reasonably priced. Fun neighborhood bar
Since moving to the US 2.5 years ago, my wife and I have struggled to find what we consider to be genuinely good (and strong) coffee. This place is probably the best we've found, alongside the 2 Melbourne-style cafes in New York and the Cuban...More
Wonderful coffee shop at the end of the Annapolis City Dock. Terrific scones with flavors that change with the calendar. Great setting and a popular place in town. Right around the corner from the Naval Academy. Worth a visit.
The staff is very snooty. If you're not in their club they treat you with disdain. The food, coffee etc. is excellent however.
Great place to meet in DTA before a day of touring. Coffee was very good but not cheap. Right near the harbor/
This coffee shop has everything you need - coffee, tea, yummy treats, etc. And, the employees are a lot more personable than those at the chain store across the street. Try the Jamaican Iced Tea for a delicious twist on the traditional iced tea. Answer...More