Just a few photos of the things you get to see when you look down and not up, on the shores of the Severn River in Annapolis, MD
Last year around this date my friend and I spent a Saturday walking around Annapolis. We did street photography, toured the Hammond-Harwood House, the cemetery, Main Street, and ended the day on the shores of the Severn River on Seabee Beach across from the Naval Academy. Even the most developed areas of Annapolis do not hold very tall buildings. They’re not too far removed from the beautiful natural surroundings of the area.
I don’t remember when I first stepped into Buddy’s Crabs and Ribs on Main Street, Annapolis, but I remember going to brunch there today. I like Sunday brunch, and I’ve gone different places in the past trying to find great food, but ever since I went to Buddy’s, I’ve stopped looking. It’s the go-to place for brunch for tourists and locals alike. Many a midshipman goes there to eat with friends, family or significant others. It delivers the biggest bang for the $12.95 that you pay. The delivery isn’t just in the quality, quantity and diversity of the food—including an omelette bar, carving station, fresh oysters, heck, they have lox ferchrissakes—but the friendly service, warm ambiance and sheer energy of the place make for a great experience to start a day of hitting the town.
Buddy’s can be habit-forming, or, to use a less loaded turn of phrase, it has the makings for a regular Sunday tradition. It’s become one of mine.
(Disclaimer: I have received no free meals nor financial compensation towards this rave review. This is not a sponsored post.)
One Sunday in October I took my friend Adam to explore Annapolis. We ended the day at Seabee Beach, a small, secluded park across the Severn River from the US Naval Academy. It is home to some of the most spectacular sunrises and sunsets in Maryland without driving to the Eastern Shore.