Great Environment Lovely Food and Experience
Crab soup and crab cakes were cold. Rockfish tasted bad. Service was terrible...we had wine spilled on us (which was certainly an accident and could be overlooked)...but asked the server for two things (butter and knives - twice) which we never received. We were really looking forward to dinner and went home disappointed.
Nice spot for valentines date night
Food was mediocre, service sucked, and WAAAYYYY over priced. Had heard such good things about this place but honestly, will never go back.
Wish they were still helping with parking garage fees. Missed the tiny Shepherd’s pie.
We have been going to Reynolds Tavern for years, and it is especially the go-to place for out of town guests to get a feeling of Colonial Annapolis. The food is great, service top notch and it sort of takes you back to a simpler time... the beautiful St. Anns church through the windows, wooden floors and oil lamps on the tables. Both of my children went to the guest rooms after each of their weddings to start their honeymoons, and that does say something for the Tavern! Fine Dining and a wonderful colonial atmosphere, this is want Annapolis is all about.
The food and the service were amazing! Fried green tomatoes are a most! Also, make sure to check the pub in the basement. So much history! We'll definitely come back.
Reynolds Tavern in Annapolis is a wonderful neighborhood gem. Delicious and varied menu that has creative elements coupled with standard fare that appeal to traditional and experimental tastes. Both staff and kitchen are willing to alter a dish (ie, no pasta or rice) with a substitution. From salad, soup, to main course -- all was superb and fresh. The fish was not drowned in a sauce. The vegetables were not steeped in butter. The wait staff was extremely accommodating and on hand when needed. The two dining rooms are lovely and very Annapolis. Charming.
Wonderful experience with friendly staff and good food.
I was expecting a more rustic feel based on the online menu, but I really liked the charmingly historical feel. There are even glass cases featuring artifacts found under the building. I wish they had used the space in the room better, as the room was mostly empty the whole time and they seated everyone at very close tables, but the servers were polite, informed, and available. The cream of crab soup was some of the best I've ever had, and the rest of the meal was good but not really memorable. I probably won't be back soon because there are so many places to eat within walking distance, but I enjoyed the meal and I'm glad I tried the place.