|Staff:||(3 / 5)|
|Seat to Beverage Time:||(3 / 5)|
|Company:||(4 / 5)|
|Hygiene:||(3 / 5)|
|Atmosphere:||(5 / 5)|
|Value:||(2 / 5)|
|Average:||(3.3 / 5)|
The Pusser’s in Annapolis may be the biggest in their chain, though I haven’t been to all I’ve been to quite a few. The place takes up a significant portion of the bottom floor of the Annapolis Marriott and looks to have space for special events as there are always a few empty open rooms. Enough about the inside, never even spent any time inside except walking through, it’s their patio that makes this place special. Pusser’s Annapolis takes up what looks to be about 200ft of dock space on Ego Alley. What’s Ego Alley? Ego Alley is a small dead end channel that goes to the heart of Annapolis downtown where folks cruise their boats. When I mean cruise I mean like cruising your ’81 Z28 on Alki during a rare warm Seattle Saturday night, not cruise as in cruising like we’re doing.
I digress. . . Pusser’s is actually quite fun on summer weekends. We’ve stopped by here just to see what’s going on and stayed a bit too long a number of times. The boats are sorta fun to watch, but most are not quite as nice as the captains think they are. It’s the drunk folks from DC that are fun! They seem to come to Annapolis for a weekend get aways and flock to Pussers to suck down painkillers as if they’re getting they’re fill of rum before a global shortage. Diana and I are pretty much batting 500 here for free drinks. We start up a conversation with folks at the bar and once they hear what we are doing with our lives they wont let us leave and entice us to stay by buying drinks. We first thought it was a fluke, but it’s happened multiple times; so who are we to walk away from free drinks and trying to encourage others to live they’re dreams! I will say all of these occurrences happened during the late afternoon, the evening crowd is douche central. Watch out ladies because there are some smooth operators here at night 😉
We never sampled the food here as it’s quite expensive and wasn’t really appealing for some reason, though it seems to be a bit fancier than the stuff you get at the Pusser’s locations in the Caribbean which are okay and still a bit overpriced. The drinks here are also more than anywhere else in town, but that doesn’t stop folks from packing themselves in.