Went for our anniversary. Service, ambiance and food - all amazing!
Great location to celebrate my mother's birthday. Wonderful food, wonderful service, wonderful views. Highly recommend.
Tremendous views sitting right on the water. Not the caliber of service or food you would expect for $40-$50 entrees. Pub level service or worse. Not a good value.
This classy Inn on the Eastern shore of the Severn River can accommodate casual dining or white linen special occasion dining. We were seated near a window with a lovely view. The service, from Hostess towaitstaff and busboy was top flight.
Food was excellent. My wife is a crab cake connoisseur, and she said it was the best she has ever eaten.
My Chincoteague Oysters and the New Orleans Sheepshead (a flaky whitefish) was outstanding atop a sweet corn puree with fried cauliflower florets.
We will return!
Good food service ok needed to be more attentative
The location is great and the food is always good to great but the service can be somewhat spotty as was our experience on Monday.
Love this place. View is fabulous. Service and food always excellent.
Wonderful seafood. Fresh oysters and lovely presentations.
Wonderful asparagus sppetizer
Great view, food and service (Linda is amazing!)This is my second time here and won't be my last.
Great restaurant for all occasions. Frequent diner at this location
Food was fantastic. Spicy chicken app was my favorite! And the view is beautiful.
Broken water glass, lukewarm soups, 2 different kinds. Steak warmer than mashed potatoes and cauliflower. Bread hot and good. Waitress fine. Music at 7:30 was Motown, would be ok in bar not in dining room. 2 beers and 2 glasses of wine. Bill $192 without tip. Lukewarm food, left a cold experience for that price.
Tasty crabcake and plentiful vegetables. Service was friendly and prompt. Walnut cake dessert was exceptionally boring.
The Inn's dining room looks out onto the water, so that from virtually any vantage point you have a water view. It's beautiful. Noise level is reasonable, so good for conversation. THe food is hit or miss, sometimes being quite good and other times not so. I had cream of crab soup one night that was excellent, then next time I ordered the same thing it was mediocre. So, reliability from the kitchen is at bit lacking at times. However, I do keep going back. The view is wonderful, the service very good, the venue itself nice, and the food often very good. It is not inexpensive, but is also not the most expensive in the area. The food could be better for the price.
Always great food and service! Best view in Annapolis area.
Good location...beautiful waterfront view. Food was okay at best. Steak salad was tasty, crab dip had more cheese than crab, wings were not good at all. Cocktails were great. It was good enough to perhaps give it another try; perhaps try the brunch. I was underwhelmed and I had very high expectations for this place.
Lovely setting on the water and away from downtown congestion. Had a drink on the deck outside then a fabulous meal inside. Was a little pricey overall, but definitely enjoyable!
There is no denying the spectacular views of this place and I imagine in the spring and summer it would be wonderful to sit out on the deck. However the food was just so so and it's not cheap.
I would have to couch my recommendation with those things in mind.
Great view, good friends, wonderful food and dessert! Waiter great !
We dined on the last night of Restaurant Week. The service and cuisine were excellent. We greatly enjoyed the bacon-wrapped shrimp appetizer and the scallop entree. The scallops were done to perfection, not at all over-cooked as happens at so many places. I was celebrating my Birthday, and this was a real gift. On the way out, we made reservations for Mother's Day.
Not a big menu - limited
No Cappuccino - machine broke for three months.
The food was good that we ordered.
We went to the Severn Inn for dinner during restaurant week. We were seated at a great table overlooking the water. We had the grilled romaine salad and bacon-wrapped shrimp as appetizers, and a seared Amberjack and Scallops as our entrees. The food was amazing and my boyfriend loved his mojito. Our server, Hayley, was very gracious and attentive. Great romantic setting. Overall, a wonderful experience and one of the best dinners we've had in Annapolis. Definitely recommend!
Thoroughly enjoyed our experience at the Severn Inn. Enjoyed the beautiful lights of Annapolis, good friends and wonderful food. Loved the scallops.
We went for restaurant week week. The menu sounded great but the execution was lacking.
The service was just terrible. While our server was very pleasant, he provided little service. The restaurant had lots of staff and few patrons so he wasn’t busy. He said he was bringing bread. He didn’t. He failed to have the chef leave a big chunk of butter off my meal. He brought the wrong dessert. He didn’t check on us & he was very slow processing our check. We just sat there in wonderment - wondering where he was & what he would mess up next.
The manager never came around to ask how things were going.
Popular restaurants can’t live on reputation alone. Don’t they want to remain popular?
Good value for your money with Restaurant Week. One of the desserts was way too dry even with the topping (pound cake, really? Who overcooks that?). Waitress was slow and service was disjointed. But wouldn't stop me from going again. Had the scallops and they were delicious, ceviche for the appetizer was scrumptious and my bread pudding was adequate. Had a $30 bottle of red that with airing (they decanted it for us) was great value.
Waitress let us know how busy she was which is a thumbs down to start off. Warm bread and honey butter very nice and glasses and silver sparkling. Calamari appetizer was pretty good and decent size. Scallops entree was strange, having been paired with a lot of, too many mushrooms that did not good well with the seared scallops. Waitress reported portions were reduced for restaurant week. Not really a grear comment to endear the restaurant. Overall I think the restaurant is overpriced and overly self congratulatory. Not planning on returning anytime soon, though the view is, of course, very pretty.
We went because of the Restaurant Week lunch menu. Could not have been a better experience. Calamari and cerviche to start, pork belly bbq sandwich and fried chicken salad were very tasty. The fried chicken was served on the side, tender and juicy and the right amount of dressing on the salad.
We truly enjoyed our dinner and especially loved the water views! Great food!
Restaurant week provide an opportunity to try new places and foods. Not disappointed with our experience.
The food and service were impeccable, planning to return soon.
All ordered from Restaurant Week dinner menu; expected better. Wedge salad and calamari were good, but bacon-wrapped shrimp were dry and puny. Steaks and fish were nicely cooked, but accompanying items seemed reheated and were over-sauced as if to mask that fact. Desserts were disappointing: small, dried out, kind of sad. Server less than pleasant (having a bad day?)
All of the food was great, very extensive cocktail/beer/wine menu, and excellent view of downtown and the naval academy across the water!
Beautiful view. Food was delicious. Delightful experience.
The best stop during Restaurant Week.
This was recommended by a friend and it was excellent. We had the crab cakes, scallops and filet mignon. All were delicious!
Very nice dinner, excellent service, beautiful window seat overlooking the river, and wasn't too crowded or noisy.
Great view and good food! Excellent choice for a large party.
Cozy spot on the water. Very friendly staff
Outstanding as always. Classy restaurant without being stuffy.