I suppose there is some charm to eating in an old house in Annapolis. However, Annapolis is full of restaurants in old houses, so pick another one. There was not much that I was pleased with. The tables are entirely too close, the old wooden chairs are not comfortable, and the entire atmosphere could politely be described as stuffy. There was an extensive tea menu, but there was a hesitation to provide iced version of tea, and when it finally arrived it was so iced that it quickly became warm and tasteless. The sole option for the vegan diner was salad without cheese. That was it. It was a mighty expensive salad and nothing that we would judge as filling or overwhelming. Honestly, salad from the bar at Whole Foods up the road would have been better. I can't suggest this as a dining option in a city full of excellent and unique restaurants. A total bore, and no vegan options in 2013.
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