Located on the shores of Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis is the capital city of Maryland and was once the national capital from 1783-1784 under George Washington. Annapolis is also the home of the United States Naval Academy and St. John’s College, one of the oldest liberal arts universities in the country. When visiting during the Easter holiday, visitors can usually rely on perfect temperatures. As with many cities and towns across America, the Easter holiday in Annapolis includes many events held at religious places of worship. After the services, the congregants usually venture out in search of gatherings, activities and of course, Sunday Brunch! Check out how you can enjoy Easter in Annapolis below.
With your luxurious vacation rental reserved through At Home Annapolis, we provide everything imaginable to prepare your very own homemade brunch. However, most travelers choose to dine out when on vacation. In this case, the city of Annapolis has a tremendous amount of restaurants perfect for the entire family. One of the ideal spots for brunch, Iron Rooster, offers a wide range of dishes that feature that farm-to-table ethos with eclectic items such as Strawberry Avocado Toast, Crab Hash Bowls, and Chicken with Pancakes. At Miss Shirley’s Café, the breakfast/brunch highlights traditional dishes such as bacon and eggs, sausage, pancakes, hash browns and excellent coffee. Another excellent brunch option in Annapolis is the Light House Bistro, especially when the crab cake sandwich is on the menu. In fact, the entire menu will leave diners with an innumerable amount of choices such as soups, salads, sandwiches and sweet stuff that includes blueberry pancakes, French toast, and homemade cranberry pecan granola.
Annapolis offers a nice selection of community parks to enjoy a picnic outdoors. Quiet Waters Park is one of the most popular with its massive space sprawled across 340 acres. In addition to the space, the park also provides water access, a concert stage, six miles of trails, boat dock, a special dog-friendly park and even a few galleries inside the visitor center. Besides Quiet Waters, other city parks include Bayhead, Browns Wood Park and Peninsula Park, just to name a few. Furthermore, most of these public spaces host different egg hunts, festivities, activities and kid-friendly events; all visitors need to do is check specific websites for each park to find out where the action will be!
Besides hunting for eggs, there’s plenty more for a family to enjoy in Annapolis. We can help you plan the perfect trip to our city on the bay. Contact us to learn more about Annapolis and book your vacation rental in Maryland today!