We went to Annapolis for the craft festival on West St. We walked around for awhile and decided to find a place to eat. Every place was packed and lines out the door. Every place that had a bar, good luck even trying to put your name in for a table. Seemed like everyone was out to drink and not eat. As we were getting ready to walk off West St we walked by Luna Blu and saw the restaurant was empty except for one table. We looked at each other and said, "we can take a 50/50 chance on the food, it will be good or it will be bad". So, we decided to try it out. The decor was plain, no bright colors something to sit back and relax in. The service was good. Waitress was helpful in deciding on what to order. We ordered the Crab Bruschetta, Italian Sausage and Peppers and the Chicken Vall D'Aosta. We were able to sit back with a bottle of wine and enjoy our food. No loud noises, drunken people or loud tv's or music. The food was great! I would say on a scale of 1 to 10 the food was a 9.8!!! We will return to Luna Blu again and again!!! Like a said, this place is a hidden gem in Annapolis.
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