Historic Inns of Annapolis

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Discover Historic Inns of Annapolis, which comprise three historic buildings: Maryland Inn, Governor Calvert House and Robert Johnson House.

Treaty of Paris
Offering historic charm, impeccable service, and fresh, delicious cuisine, Treaty of Paris was named for the agreement signed by the the French government and ratified in Annapolis in the 1700s. Boasting a cozy setting with working fireplaces and elite diners. As the main restaurant at Historic Inns of Annapolis, the 'Treaty' has been a choice breakfast spot for state legislators and lobbyists.

The Drummer's Lot Pub
A popular gathering spot for locals and business travelers, the English-style Drummer's Lot Pub is a charming, historic tavern where Ben Franklin once enjoyed a lager with John Adams. Furnished in warm, casual decor, the pub serves regional cuisine (including famous Maryland crab cakes) complemented with hearty American pints and thoughtfully-selected wines.

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