|Staff:||(5 / 5)|
|Seat to Beverage Time:||(4 / 5)|
|Food:||(4 / 5)|
|Company:||(2 / 5)|
|Hygiene:||(4 / 5)|
|Atmosphere:||(5 / 5)|
|Value:||(4 / 5)|
|Average:||(4 / 5)|
The Boat Yard Bar and Grill seems to be the ‘go to place’ for the area’s yachting scene. You’ll see seasoned sailors, east coast yuppies and yacht club douchbags and maybe a few tourists sprinkled in sitting in a place that’d I’d like to replicate in my home for interior design.
As soon as you enter there is a large beautiful bar that wraps around to the right with some seat yourself bar tables along side, to your left are hosted seated tables with another room further down that has quite a fine dining atmosphere. The place is very busy on weekends starting with breakfast and get’s quite loud and boisterous as the day winds on. Though there are a lot of people here it’s one of the few establishments that we didn’t have a memorable experience meeting folks.
We’ve stopped be here a number of times when our boat was in Back Creek sucking our wallets dry at a few various boat yards. During lunch we normally just sat at the bar and had fairly good service. They’re sandwiches are really good and I’ll recommend the Cuban. We’ve also had a sit down dinner in the fancy room down to the left, which actually was quite a surprise. It is a really elegant room with capable and friendly service. We split a pizza and salad that were both great and reasonably priced.
Next time we’re in Annapolis we’ll make the journey over to The Boat Yard even if we aren’t stuck in Back Creek. . . sometimes we just need to hang out with the classy folks and you can do it here fairly cheap.