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About Paul's Homewood Cafe
Blending the tastes of the Chesapeake with traditional Mediterranean cuisine, Paul’s Homewood Cafe will entice you with an intriguing menu. Choose from a selection of Mediterranean and Greek specialties, or American favorites including grilled steaks and our version of the Maryland crab cake. Our popular dining room has the classy, yet casual feel of a European bistro and there is a separate dining room upstairs for private gatherings. Located away from the bustle of the city's historic district, our Zagat-rated restaurant offers plenty of free, off-street parking. If you never visited us, come experience our family-friendly atmosphere and the food that has made Paul's Homewood Cafe an Annapolis favorite for more than 60 years.
Annapolis, MD 21401
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 5:00pm, Saturday - Sunday: 10:30am - 5:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(410) 267-7891 ext. 104
Private Party Facilities:
Please contact the restaurant for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Chris Nicholas: (410) 267-7891 ext. 202
Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Paul's Homewood Cafe Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I have been craving traditional Greek food - thought about some other places, but it had been so long since we went to Paul's, it won out. Worth the decision, even if it was pouring rain. Our server, Rick, was attentive - just the right amount to not be hovering. He knew we ordered too much food, but let us have fun, since we wanted to taste everything! In addition to having great "dips" - like hummus, salmon, tszaziki, were excellent. Hubby had the lamb chops, which were done perfectly - not too rare on the bone. I had 4 different mezze, and could have stuffed most all of it in, but I went for the leftovers.
Highly recommend Paul's.
My wife and I have been to Paul's several times and have always enjoyed it for its food and service. We like Greek food and usually get something Greek when we visit. This time I had a steak and it was super. Our 2 couple friends had never been to Paul's before and they all were very impressed and will be back. Our server was very attentive and friendly but professional. All in all it was a great evening.
We were seated at a lovely four top by a window and found it very comfortable and quiet after a long day of driving.
Delicious warm rolls were brought to the table. I had the whole bronzino that I chose to fillet myself. It was absolutely delicious. My husband had a mezze dinner consisting of lemon soup, chicken kebab and pastichio felt the meat in pastichio was a little dry. The weakest link of the dinner was the Greek salad. The feta cheese and dressing were delicious, but the mixed lettuce was very wilted and seemed similar if not the same that comes out of the premade cellophane bags. Because of the poor quality of the lettuce, we were only able to pick at the salad. To go back to the beginning of the review, the overall food was good, and we would go back.
Went for Sunday Brunch. Everything was okay except the waffle & chicken entre. It was served much later than the other 5 meals and when it finally came the chicken was burnt, dried out, and tasted awful. On the positive side, the other meals were very good and the menu was expansive for a brunch.
Paul's is an underestimated find! The food is consistent and the staff is always to do whatever is requested for their guests. I would like to see the interior to be a little more 'inviting'. It is clean and functional as always but just tables and chairs....
Average meal. Appetizers (scallops and oysters rockefeller) and salads were good. Main course was not as nearly as good. I ordered the whole sea bass and it was well seasoned but small, a bit oily, and although deboned by the kitchen had lots of bones. Wife had crab cakes and shrimp. The crab cake was a mushy with too much mayo and not a lot of chunks of lump meat. The sides..rice and asparagus and green beans were just ok and the waiter failed to tell us there were other options for sides. They were out of most of the deserts so had to order my 3rd choice..homemade lemon meringue pie which was very good.
Always a pleasure coming here. Greek inspired menu but also has fresh seafood and many other items. Service is excellent. Tapas, appetizers and fresh salads all good. I ordered the baby lamb chops and one was a little underdone. No problem! They scrambled to make it right and were back lickety-split and apologized. We have also enjoyed their Sunday Brunch and would highly recommend this as well. Pauls is definitely a neighborhood gem. We will keep coming back.
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